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IT Management Linux News for Jan 12, 2000

  • IT-Director: Microsoft still in the race with the Pocket PC (2000-01-12 20:44:24)
    "This is essentially a reworking and repackaging of Windows CE by Microsoft in an attempt to regain control of the exploding PDA market which Palm and Symbian have been running away with in the last few months."

  • CBS MarketWatch: Corel takes stake in Linux company (2000-01-12 20:00:10)
    "Newlix makes networking server software for small and midsized businesses, called Omega. It's designed to connect up to 50 personal computers to the Internet and network printers."

  • LinuxPR: Jagged Alliance 2 To Be Released On Linux (2000-01-12 18:24:11)
    "Jagged Alliance 2 puts you in command of a team of highly-skilled mercenaries as you struggle to free a small country from the rule of a ruthless dictator."

  • BW: CorVu First to Deliver Linux Support for Enterprise Business Performance Management (2000-01-12 17:22:48)
    "By adding Linux to its current platform portfolio, CorVu demonstrates the ability to meet its strategy to develop Enterprise Business Performance Management solutions for the most innovative, as well as popular, operating systems."

  • BusinessWeek: QNX: Linux' Super-Fast, Super-Cheap Cousin (2000-01-12 17:05:36)
    "Like Linux, QNX is a derivative of the UNIX operating system developed in the 1970s by what was then AT&T Bell Labs. But where Linux was designed to run on standard PC hardware, QNX is what's known as a real-time operating system: super-fast and small enough to be embedded in devices on a computer memory chip."