The new version of Linux is finally here, in beta form at least. A test version of the much-anticipated version 2.6 of the Linux kernel was released by Linux's creator, Linus Torvalds on Monday.
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Microsoft and Sun Microsystems finally have something in common: they both have signed Unix licensing agreements with The SCO Group in the last year.
Sun Microsystems is readying a new customer migration program aimed at enticing users of Hewlett-Packard's 64-bit Tru64 Unix operating system on the Alpha microprocessor to Sun's UltraSPARC processor and Solaris operating system.
Sprint, Hitachi Data Systems, and Cisco Systems have set up an experimental storage area network (SAN) that demonstrates a new, less expensive way of backing up storage data over long distances.
Fuelled by growth in its Internet advertising business and paid services, Yahoo on Wednesday reported its largest revenue producing quarter in company history.
PeopleSoft may be spending its nights tossing and turning about a hostile takeover by Oracle, but maybe Oracle should be the one losing sleep. At least that's what O'Reilly & Associates Chief Executive Officer Tim O'Reilly believes.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds has some talented company at his new job.
The Bugbear and Sobig viruses top a list of the most frequently occurring viruses of 2003, according to a report put out by antivirus company Sophos PLC.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) plans to release new open source software for configuring grid applications, the company's chief technology officer told attendees in a keynote presentation at the Global Grid Forum (GGF) in Seattle Thursday.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is readying a new line of turn-key high performance Linux cluster products for release at the Linuxworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco this August, a company executive said this week.
This fall, IBM will ship its first cluster server based on Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit Opteron microprocessor, according to IBM officials at the ClusterWorld Conference & Expo in San Jose on Tuesday.
IBM customers looking for some extra processing power can now lease supercomputer-sized Linux and Unix clusters over the Internet, thanks to a new computing facility in Poughkeepsie, New Jersey, that Big Blue will open on Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard Co. has narrowly maintained its position as the top supplier of systems on a list of the world's 500 most powerful computers, scheduled to be released on Monday.
Just days after The SCO Group escalated its legal battle with IBM over alleged violations of the two companies' Unix source code contract, open source advocate Eric Raymond has responded, saying that he possesses evidence that could undermine some of SCO's legal arguments in the case.
The State of Connecticut intends to file an antitrust lawsuit against Oracle in a bid to thwart its hostile takeover of PeopleSoft.