Review Drobo 5N2 Review
Want a simple, affordable five-bay NAS for dishing out your data? Drobo looks to hit the nail on the head with its easy-to-use 5N2.
Rick makes another round of entirely serious predictions for the coming year.
Offers short-, mid-, and long-range options.
Blames its payment processor.
Netgear has taken the wraps off its 'open source' router, a wireless device which can officially run any of a number of Linux-based open source firmware packages.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced plans to purchase all remaining rights to the Symbian mobile platform in order to release it under an open source licence.
HP has announced the donation of its Advanced File System to the open source community under the GNU General Public License, making it suitable for inclusion into Linux.
Medical giant GlaxoSmithKline has donated a huge quantity of data to the National Cancer Institute, in the hope that researchers around the world can make use of it.
Mobile internet devices based on the open-source Linux operating system are expected to account for 23 percent of the market by 2013 according to analysts.
The Open Graphics Project has announced availability of the worlds first open-source graphics card, but don't think you can just buy it and plug it in - it's a development platform.
Microsoft is moving to stop the growth of the Linux OS in the ULPC market with cut-price XP Home offered to manufacturers of devices like the Eee PC.
A BitTorrent tracker aimed at distributing freely-available files - mostly licensed via Creative Commons - has re-launched itself in beta format, but there's not a lot to see just yet.
Search giant Google has slipped a bundle of used notes to the team behind the Wine package in order to get better support for Adobe Photoshop on Linux.
R.E.M. is encouraging fans to download open-source licensed versions of its music videos and to remix them for distribution via YouTube.
The latest version of open-source encryption program TrueCrypt now supports MacOS X systems as well as Linux and Windows, and comes with some lovely performance improvements.
The rumours say that Google is working on a new mobile phone but analysts say differently. Could a new mobile OS be coming from Google labs?
The SFLC has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Monsoon Multimedia for not giving access to the source code of the software to all customers.
It seems that Novell's "deal with the Devil" has a new partner. Dell has stepped into the Open Source promotion ring in an official capacity.
3, 2, 1 Mozilla Thunderbird 2 is go, supporting Vista and great new features like Message Tagging, improved Search and Advanced Folder Views.
Intel has decided to make its graphics drivers open-source, rather than proprietary code.
Steve-o and Co. have moved open-source, at least for past releases. The kernel for OSX 10.4.7, as well as iCal, Bonjour, and Launchd have been made public.
Help make open-source browsers better by beta testing FireFox 1.0.6, Thunderbird 1.0.6 or Mozilla Suite 1.7.10.