Sun is proposing that open-source developers be paid for the revenue-generating technology that they have made available for free.
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Sun has a plan that could make Java a formidable player in the scripting language space.
Move over, Java. The NetBeans open source tools package is making room for popular scripting languages.
Silverlight, Microsoft's new multimedia display technology, is being targeted for inclusion on Linux via the Mono open-source project, a Mono representative states.
Microsoft is adding connectivity testing and publish-and-subscribe capabilities to its Biztalk Services platform for integrating services within and outside a firewall.
Microsoft's Silverlight technology could give Adobe's rival Flash browser plug-in software a run for its money based on attendee feedback at the Microsoft Mix07 conference in Las Vegas on Monday.
Microsoft is making changes to the distribution model of its Expression application design tools and also is fending off a challenge to the recent discontinuance of the Visual FoxPro developer tool.
Casting the open-source Eclipse platform as a linchpin of product uniformity efforts, BEA Systems plans to reconfigure several middleware clients so they can be plugged into the Eclipse IDE.
Red Hat and Exadel are joining forces to try to make the open source Red Hat platform more of a destination for software developers.
You've heard of LAMP, the popular open-source infrastructure stack featuring the Linux operating system, the Apache Web server, MySQL's database, and the Perl, Python and PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) scripting languages.
Microsoft has released architectural guidance for organisations looking to offer SAAS (software as a service).
Sun Microsystems is sprucing up its Solaris 10 operating system with security and virtualization improvements.
Newly christened CodeGear, Borland Software's subsidiary offering developer tools, is ready to make its first major product announcement.
Sun Microsystems's offering of the Java platform <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/article/06/11/13/HNopensourcejava_1.html">via open source</a> under the GNU General Public License is a "momentous" change, said Sun President/CEO Jonathan Schwartz on Monday. But IBM wants the Apache Software Foundation in charge of Java.
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.