NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone carrier, expects to complete on Wednesday a US$3 million investment in Linux software development company MontaVista Software, a DoCoMo spokeswoman said.
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Three of Japan's largest IT companies have developed an open-source implementation of a standard from OASIS to ensure reliable messaging between Web services applications.
The Mozilla Foundation has released version 1.0 of its Firefox browser, an open-source product that has generated lofty expectations that it will offer real competition to Microsoft's ubiquitous Internet Explorer.
Embedded Linux distributor MontaVista Software and Japanese chip-maker NEC Electronics have signed a deal that will see NEC Electronics resell Montavista Linux to its microprocessor customers along with custom middleware and support services, they an...
Open source advocates will get an official boost next week with State Government support for the Australian Open Source Symposium in Perth.
Another image-based security hole has been found, sparking a flurry of patches from Linux vendors.
The Free Standards Group (FSG) on Tuesday will release Version 2.0 of its Linux Standard Base (LSB), a key standard that enables developers to rally around a common programming framework and keeps Linux from fragmenting into competing camps.
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