Santa Clara (CA) – Sun has begun distributing StarOffice, the commercial version of the open source productivity suite OpenOffice.org, through Google.The StarOffice version offered through Google Pack is virtually identical with StarOffice 8 that is currently offered as $70 download from Sun's website as well as a free office package for students, researchers and teachers.
This past Sunday, as release candidate three (rc3) prepared for launch with the stable 2.6.23 Linux kernel, Linus Torvalds came out of relative seclusion to give a little smack-down and keep the project on track.
This article is a supplement to the three-part article entitled "TG Daily Special: Virtualization". In this article we'll go through the entire process of setting up a virtual machine. You'll learn what software is required, what hardware should be used and, as a companion to the three-part article, why it is desirable to do so.
Right on the heels of the debut of its new iMac line, Apple has updated the software that lets users run Windows on their Mac machines.
Open-source operating system developer Linspire today announced the availability of Freespire 2.0, a Linux OS based on Ubuntu distribution.
Apple has just unveiled iLife '08, the company's catch-all software suite for entertainment applications.
Numerous PC testers claim they have received an early build of Microsoft's first Service Pack addition to Windows Vista.
After a slightly sluggish delay, the latest preview build of Mozilla's next-gen browser is open to the public.
Programmers can now unlock the general processing power of their Nvidia graphics cards with a new SDK.
Following Berlin, Dresden is the second German city to release a complex map of the city for Google Earth. The map is available free of charge and shows imagery of more than 150,000 buildings, city representatives said.>> In pictures: Dresden in 3D
A new Beta version of Skype is available, with a strong emphasis on new features that revolve around sending and sharing videos.
A rare Microsoft apology was issued this week, in response to complaints that Windows Vista Ultimate wasn't living up to update expectations outlined by the software giant.