Acer ships Android netbooks with Windows in dual boot Acer looks to become of the first big PC builders to launch netbook computers with Google’s mobile operating system Android. Its Android based models could be found at Computex but there it was revealed that Acer isn’t entirely sure that the fresh operating system is the […]
Gates and Zapatero weigh in on debate over school laptops Both the chairman of Microsoft, Bill Gates, and Spain’s Prime Minister José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero have gotten involved in the debate on the type of software to be installed on 420,000 laptops for school students.
These charts shows the market share of the six more important operating systems, after them you could see, SunOS 0.01%, HP-UX 0.00%, AIX 0.00%, FreeBSD 0.00%, SCP 0.00%, SCO 0.00%, OpenBSD 0.00%, OpenVMS 0.00% and NetBSD 0.00%. People should be careful interpreting this
Romania Proprietary licence deal draws ire open source proponents The Romanian government is about to spend millions of euro on proprietary software, drawing flak from the country’s budding open source movement. “This government is out of touch with reality.”
Linux Mint 7 “Gloria” released! The team of LinuMint announced today the release of Linux Mint 7 “Gloria The 7th release of Linux Mint comes with numerous bug fixes and a lot of improvements. In particular the menu system, the application manager and the upload manager now