Open-source project aims to out-park Microsoft

Hoping to counter the public perception that the open-source Apache Web server is losing ground to Microsofts Internet Information Services (ISS), Linux advocate Bruce Perens has launched a free domain-parking service.

Trapeze achieves WLAN-to-cell convergence

Enterprise wireless LAN vendor Trapeze Networks has teamed up with a mobility appliance startup to demonstrate handoffs between cellular and Wi-Fi networks, the company said Monday.

New community wireless network in Canberra

There are at least 24 established community wireless network groups of varying sizes in Australian towns and cities, now, if John Mostovoy has his way, there will be one in Canberra.

AMD revenue rises on strong Opteron sales

Driven by strong sales of its dual-core Opteron processor, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) reported US$1.33 billion in revenue for the first quarter of 2006, equaling analysts' estimates. That was up from US$1.23 billion for the first quarter of 2005, o...

NSW Health standardizes on Microsoft

NSW Health has announced a three-year deal to standardize all desktops, servers and core infrastructure within local and state health outlets on Microsoft gear.

EBay invests in social networking site

EBay has invested US$2 million in social networking company Meetup, according to a form 8-k eBay filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.

FIFA criticizes data gathering at World Cup

Regardless of the outcome of the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany several weeks away, the games already have their place in history: Never before have fans attending an event organized by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (...

China to toughen stance on software piracy

Chinese government officials have committed to increased protections for intellectual property such as software, saying they will step up criminal enforcement for software and entertainment piracy after talks with US trade officials.

Red Hat, JBoss tie-up about SOA, stacks, reach

Red Hat's planned purchase of JBoss will enable the Linux distribution company to more fully embrace SOA (service-oriented architecture) as well as expand its offerings of integrated software stacks, according to company executives Monday. For its pa...

Linux grows among the Lupins in WA

Linux is growing along with the wheat, barley, chickpeas, and lupins in Perenjori, a small shire in Western Australia, thanks to a man named Barry Kauler.

Skype buys VOIP technology companies

Skype Technologies has acquired Internet voice technology company Sonorit Holding and its U.S. subsidiary, Camino Networks, for about US$27 million in eBay stock., Skype announced Tuesday.

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