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  • Future of Open Source Survey Results Announced

    InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) in San Francisco has released the results of the North Bridge Venture Partner's annual "Future of Open Source" survey.

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  • VMWare Brings Toil and Trouble to EMC

    The share price of EMC fell sharply on Tuesday, dropping 7% despite beating analyst predictions for Q4 earnings. The market was reacting to news that virtualization vendor VMware, which is 86% owned by EMC and has hitherto been a star performer, is enduring serious competitive pressures. EMC's fourth-quarter profits were up by one third over Q4 2006, and revenues jumped almost 20% over the same period to $3.83bn. This growth came

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  • First Virtualization Software for Mac OS Released in Beta

    From the creators of the popular desktop virtualization software, Parallels, comes the beta version of hypervisor-powered virtualization solution Parallels Server , the first virtualization solution designed to run on Apple hardware. SWSoft, who are changing their name to Parallels, have included support for the newly updated Mac Pro

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  • Has .Net Overtaken the Battle for the Enterprise?

    For years the war for the enterprise has raged between Microsoft and Java with the heaviest battles occurring since the inception of .Net. However, recent research indicated that .Net is now coming out on the winning team. This news is from Info-Tech Research Group - an IT research and advisory firm.

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  • VMWare Strength Leads to Record Quarter for EMC

    The combination of a balanced portfolio of business lines and the performance of virtualization trailblazer VMWare results in EMC's strongest financial quarter ever. If you are numbers person, try these on for size: * US $3.

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  • UPDATE: W3C Releases New Widgets 1.0 Working Draft

    When we last left our coverage of the W3C's soon-to-be standard for widget development, there was naught but an incomplete list of requirements. My my, how things have changed as the World Wide Web Consortium has recently released an updated version of the Widgets 1.0 Working Draft.

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  • BT Lowers Body Count with Version One's DbFax

    When asked to picture a lifesaving device, your mind may sooner wander to a life vest than to a fax machine. But while opportunities to take full advantage of those sporty orange vests are rare, automated fax solution DbFax can save an uncounted number of lives daily by mere efficiency.

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