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Fedora 11 to get link to Exchange (Jun 10, 2009)

OpenSolaris Tackles Ubuntu Dominance (Dec 08, 2008)

Red Hat Simplifies Platform for Linux Supercomputing (Oct 07, 2008)

Flaws Found in BSD, Linux Software Updaters (Jul 16, 2008)

IBM Supercomputer Dual-Boots Windows and Linux (Jun 17, 2008)

Win4Lin Overhauls Linux Desktop Virtualisation (Jun 06, 2008)

Vienna Hobbles Open-Source Migration (Jun 06, 2008)

UK Developers Prefer Open Source (May 29, 2008)

Specsavers Sees Clear Benefits in Open Source (Feb 26, 2008)

Canonical Distributes Parallels via Desktop Update (Feb 07, 2008)

Red Hat and Firefox 'More Buggy' than Microsoft (Jan 18, 2008)

Torvalds Rebukes Desktop Critics (Aug 02, 2007)

Developer Annoys Open Source Faithful Over Code Release (Jul 03, 2007)

LinuxWorld: Microsoft and Open Source Face Off Over IP Telephony (Mar 24, 2007)

Computerworld NZ: No Free Ride for Not So Open-Source EnterpriseDB (Jan 31, 2007)

LinuxWorld Australia: 'DieHard' Wards Off Memory Attacks (Jan 04, 2007)

Techworld: Birmingham City Council Claims Open-Source Success (Dec 01, 2006)

Techworld: Munich Linux Scales Desktop Management (Oct 23, 2006)

ZDNet UK: Open-Xchange Offers Free Trial (Sep 23, 2006)

ZDNet UK: Software Patent War Ignites Again (Sep 21, 2006)

CNET News: Mandriva's New Server Linux Does Virtualization Treble (Sep 20, 2006)

ZDNet UK: Microsoft Promises Not to Sue Over Standards (Sep 13, 2006)

Techworld: Solaris Xen Support Imminent (Jun 30, 2006)

Techworld: Hell Freezes Over as Sun Helps Eclipse (May 20, 2006)

Techworld: Test Shows How Vulnerable Unpatched Windows Is (Mar 11, 2006)

Techworld: SWsoft Sweetens Virtualisation Offering (Sep 29, 2005)

Techworld: Q: Which is Better, Windows or Linux Security? (Sep 20, 2005)

Computerworld: Linux/Unix E-mail Flaw Leaves Systems Open to Attack (Aug 31, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Intel Bets on Open Source Future (Aug 11, 2005)

Techworld: Linux Vendors Cosy Up to Debian to Push Into Enterprise (Jul 28, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Microsoft Keeps Its Open Source Enemies Close (Jul 02, 2005)

Techworld: Open Source Strikes at Microsoft Office (Jun 25, 2005)

Techworld: Linux Users Still at Risk from KDE Flaw (May 19, 2005)

Techworld: Oracle Jumps on PHP Bandwagon (May 19, 2005)

Techworld: Companies Buy Open Source Because It's Better, Not Cheaper (Apr 23, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Managing Content the Open Source Way (Apr 21, 2005)

Techworld: PHP Falls Down Security Hole (Apr 19, 2005)

Techworld: Red Hat Scores Another Linux Victory (Apr 08, 2005)

eWeek: FSF Europe Joins Microsoft Antitrust Fray (Mar 27, 2005)

Techworld: Think-Tank Report Lays Into Linux (Mar 26, 2005)

CNET News: PalmSource Pushes on with Linux Plans (Mar 12, 2005)

CNET News: In Europe, Patent Olive Branch--Or Threat? (Mar 10, 2005)

Computerworld: Gartner Urges Caution Before Downloading Firefox (Feb 12, 2005)

ZDNet UK: Linux: The Forking Fight-Back (Feb 07, 2005)

eWeek: Did Microsoft Block Free Software from Licensing Scheme? (Jan 26, 2005)

Techworld: Pervasive Posts Rival to MySQL (Jan 13, 2005)

Techworld: EU Rubber Stamps Patent Rules (Dec 17, 2004)

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