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Linux News Archives for May 2009

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May 29, 2009
Verizon Wireless to offer cell phones based on the Android operating system

May 28, 2009
Red Hat and Ingres ink deal to help fend off Oracle

May 27, 2009
NASA is working with Microsoft, but on its terms

May 27, 2009
SouthEast Linuxfest confirmed for June 13, 2009

May 26, 2009
Linux open source group challenges Microsoft contracts

May 25, 2009
City of Vancouver adopts open source

May 21, 2009
Microsoft confirms new IIS Web server security flaw

May 19, 2009
Microsoft and The Linux Foundation finally agree on something!

May 18, 2009
IBM helps doctors detect life-threatening problems

May 18, 2009
Open source software continues to gain in popularity

May 14, 2009
More than a year later, Adobe still hasn't removed its XSS security hole

May 12, 2009
Intel under scrutiny for monopoly abuse

May 11, 2009
Acer joins the Open Patent Alliance

May 6, 2009
The importance of industry partners in the Linux community

May 4, 2009
FreeBSD launches its new 7.2 version of its OS

May 3, 2009
Android Data Corp sues Google and other companies

May 1, 2009
Canadian hacker to face the courts in the U.S.

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