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Nginx poised to become number 2 web server (Apr 25, 2012)

Is Canonical in ISV trouble? (Apr 23, 2012)

Marketplace pulls AWS hare ahead of OpenStack tortoise (Apr 20, 2012)

Making an aaS out of free software (Apr 20, 2012)

How Linux defines success and innovation (Apr 18, 2012)

CloudStack to Apache: Brilliant or boneheaded? (Apr 11, 2012)

Sonatype not out to slam open source (Mar 29, 2012)

Snapshot: Which Linux is hot? (Mar 28, 2012)

Tizen pops up as HTML5 winner (Mar 27, 2012)

Eucalyptus, OpenStack dogfight in cloud war (Mar 24, 2012)

Nonprofit open source organizations booming (Mar 23, 2012)

Mozilla on H.264: Mobile matters most (Mar 23, 2012)

How important is software compliance? (Mar 20, 2012)

Eucalyptus refocuses on open source values (Mar 17, 2012)

Pivoting Linux in a post-PC world (Mar 15, 2012)

Profits considered immoral by open source community? (Mar 13, 2012)

Oracle's hard choice: Dismiss patent claims against Google? (Mar 13, 2012)

Battling device mayhem with Mayhem (Mar 10, 2012)

Open source maps a new education future (Mar 08, 2012)

Netcraft: Open web platforms the winners (Mar 08, 2012)

To win desktop, Canonical changes the rules (Mar 06, 2012)

Strata, open source, and the invisible community (Mar 03, 2012)

Torvalds blasts openSUSE, security policies (Mar 01, 2012)

Time runs out for timezone lawsuit (Feb 27, 2012)

Oracle's Java claims now less than $230 million (Feb 23, 2012)

Where are all the Linux professionals? (Feb 18, 2012)

Why Android will never be closed source (Feb 17, 2012)

FSF asks web devs to label JavaScript code (Feb 15, 2012)

SUSE hits the big 2-0 (Feb 08, 2012)

Canonical aligns Kubuntu as community flavor (Feb 07, 2012)

Do Mandriva's current troubles mark the end of standalone Linux sales? (Feb 02, 2012)

IBM to realign Symphony with Apache OpenOffice (Jan 31, 2012)

Examining Stallman's Law (Jan 31, 2012)

The Grand /usr-fication of Linux (Jan 28, 2012)

Linux fate lies in the hands of many (Jan 25, 2012)

Microsoft expands LG patent deal to include ChromeOS, Android (Jan 13, 2012)

Using open source to build the ultimate walled garden (Jan 12, 2012)

Mandriva in danger of closing its doors (Jan 07, 2012)

We are all Linux developers now (Jan 05, 2012)

Evaluating the state of the GPL (Dec 27, 2011)

DotNetNuke squares off against the GPL (Dec 16, 2011)

Open source is not a dumping ground (Dec 16, 2011)

SUSE: Global Linux jobs on the rise (Dec 09, 2011)

Gtk heading for a bumpy time in mobile space? (Dec 01, 2011)

The End of the Distro Wars (Nov 30, 2011)

Why free software is not a job killer (Nov 29, 2011)

Linux syslog may be on way out (Nov 24, 2011)

How scary are GPL violations? (Nov 23, 2011)

How misinformation can still hurt FLOSS (Nov 21, 2011)

SOPA sponsors deride criticisms as 'myths' (Nov 17, 2011)

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