The new version of OpenOffice.org was a long time coming, but it brings a solid batch of new features and file compatibility. Ars Technica looks at some of the most significant enhancements to see if they stack up.
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Clearwire, ICO Pair Up For Mobile-Video Trial
Mobile-broadband Internet provider Clearwire (remember Craig McCaw?) and satellite-communications company ICO Global Communications announced a joint agreement to develop mobile-video trials, beginning in early 2008 in Raleigh NC and in Las Vegas NV. Satellite and WiMax!!??
Open Source @ Work
My take on how Open Source has progressed at an enterprise level in the workplace. I’m asking at LinkedIn, but I do have some thought that I want to blog about:
- OS: First things first; the OS–Linux has been around for a while, but if you told your boss that you wanted to run the company DB or web site or what ever using Linux 10 years ago, you would have been thought of as a Open Source hippie. Although there may have been no complete though process around this, the
- Web Apps: You would think at this point that DB would follow. In the IT mind set, OS is base, then the DB then applications. But this is where