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Linspire Enterprise Server 2019 Released

Today the PC / Opensystems development team is pleased to announce the release of Linspire Enterprise server, our high-performance solution to SMB customers who need constant uptime coupled with reliability, scalability, and flexibility. LES 2019 is well suited to web, application, file and print services; it can just as easily be deployed as a thin client server or virtual machine ... Read More »

The Lure Of Azure: Microsoft continues to expand its boundaries

Over the course of the last four years, the amount of instances where Azure was mentioned in specific open source job openings has increased five fold. What we are seeing seems to mimic what Microsoft itself is saying. In a ZDNet article published during the latter part of last year, Microsoft executives discuss the growth they have seen in instances ... Read More »

Google comes under fire for sabotaging other browsers once again

It’s no secret that Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, and while a lot of that might be owed to its quality, some believe that Google intentionally sabotaged competing browsers in order to grow in popularity. A former Mozilla executive has lashed out at the Mountain View company for repeatedly and continuously finding less-than-desirable ways to promote its ... Read More »

Netherlands competition authority launches investigation into abuse of dominance by Apple in its App Store

The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) will investigate whether Apple abuses the position it has attained with its App Store. ACM will do so following indications that ACM has received from other app providers over the course of its market study into app stores. That market study has been published today. Henk Don, Member of the Board of ... Read More »