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Web browser focuses on not leaving user footprints

The latest entrant to the crowded Internet browser market is the appropriately named Browzar, a tool specifically designed to protect users' privacy by not retaining details of the Web sites they've searched.

Wikipedia founder gazes into site's future

With close to 1.3 million English-language articles, is there any limit to the number of entries online free encyclopedia Wikipedia will offer? Jimmy Wales, the project's founder, believes there may be, as he encourages contributors to focus more on ...

Second draft of GPL 3 due out Tuesday

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is due to release the second draft of the GNU general public license version 3 (GPLv3) Tuesday, according to sources close to the organization.

Google toasts the bard with a Shakespeare site

Stewing over exactly how Hamlet's famous "To be or not to be" speech continueth? Fear not for Google hath come up with a William Shakespeare site where you can search the celebrated writer's plays to your heart's content.

JAVAONE - Sun talks up Java EE 5

Sun Microsystems expects to release its Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 5 software development kit and compatibility test suite to developers at the company's upcoming JavaOne conference, Sun announced Thursday.

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...

MS ANTITRUST - Microsoft fails in Sun, Oracle subpoena bid

A California judge denied Microsoft's request to subpoena rivals Sun Microsystems and Oracle in an order issued Wednesday. Microsoft was seeking access to documents from the US vendors in relation to its ongoing battle with the European Commission ov...

Softricity renews partnership with Microsoft around SMS

Desktop virtualization software vendor Softricity announced a partnership with Microsoft around the software giant's Systems Management Server (SMS). The relationship will enable SMS 2003 users to virtualize and stream applications to any desktop com...

JotSpot has wiki take on Microsoft's Excel

Startup JotSpot has a new spin on Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet with its JotSpot Tracker hosted online service. The Tracker service enables users to cut and paste an Excel spreadsheet directly onto a secure JotSpot Web site so that anyone within an o...

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