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The Latest Mac Converts

By Staff Staff | Feb 13, 2004 at 4:08 PM

“For our [Mars] landing site work, we always get the highest-end desktop Mac we can find, so we just got one of the G5s with dual 2-GB processors and 8 GB of RAM,” Matt Golombek, a planetary geologist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told the E-Commerce Times.

As the Macworld turns

By Staff Staff | Jan 26, 2004 at 9:31 PM

Wait, Steve, back
up a slide; I blinked. What was that skinny rack thing with the
turbo ports carved out of the front? Oh, never mind. That's a cute
little iPod you've got there.

Red Hat to Protect Linux Customers

By Staff Staff | Jan 25, 2004 at 12:47 AM

Red Hat Inc. on Tuesday will follow the lead of Hewlett-Packard Co. and Novell Inc. by announcing a plan to protect its enterprise Linux customers.

Is SCO Denting Customers' Buying Plans?

By Staff Staff | Jan 25, 2004 at 12:46 AM

Are The SCO Group Inc.'s ongoing legal attacks against Linux vendors putting any dent in customers' plans to buy Linux? The answer is a resounding “No,” judging from reactions of showgoers at this week's LinuxWorld here.

Apple bolsters Xserve Platform

By Staff Staff | Jan 25, 2004 at 12:42 AM

Apple next month will offer the Mac business market much-anticipated hardware upgrades to its Xserve platform. Forthcoming will be a 2GHz dual-processor G5 server in a 1U form factor and Xserve RAID with 3.5TB of storage capacity.

Apple's core: The Mac turns 20

By Staff Staff | Jan 25, 2004 at 12:39 AM

Its dedicated users are so passionate they're often described as religious about their love for the machine.

Six multifunction printers for Linux

By Staff Staff | Dec 05, 2003 at 7:24 PM

Have you been looking for an “All-in-one” (aka known as MFP, multi-function printer) for your Linux desktop? So have we, with somewhat mixed results. We found no MFPs in our price range (under $500.00) which are shipped with drivers for Linux. But we did find a number of MFPs which are usable on Linux machines, thanks to free software drivers available either with your Linux distribution or on the Internet. Be warned, however, that not every feature or function of many of the printers we found work with the free drivers. Here's the story on what we found, along with six specific MFPs that work with free software drivers and Linux to consider during your holiday shopping.

The greening of Linux

By Staff Staff | Dec 05, 2003 at 7:22 PM

As vice president
in charge of Hewlett-Packard's Linux strategy, Fink says HP's
decision to indemnify its customers against lawsuits the SCO Group
files has been a boon to sales. He also sees HP making inroads with
its Linux products against Sun Microsystems' Solaris operating

Who will build our digital future?

By Staff Staff | Dec 05, 2003 at 7:18 PM

As far as revolutions go, the opening salvo was muffled. But for those within earshot, the reverberations were far- reaching. Last month, China - the largest single potential market for almost anything - selected an upstart computer-operating system called Linux for installation on 1 million computers next year. Ultimately, the country plans to install similar systems on 100 million to 200 million machines.

SCO Goes After SGI

By Staff Staff | Oct 01, 2003 at 8:12 PM

Silicon Graphics Inc says that it has received notice from SCO Group Inc that the Unix vendor intends to terminate its Unix System V license on the basis that SGI has breached the terms of the license.

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