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The lack of malware on Linux may be about to change after a developer admitted he has developed a 'package of malware for Unix/Linux'
Within the next five years, mobile phones could be powered by kinetic energy harvested from vibrations in the environment, according to British scientists
UK public services will be delivered via a government cloud and app store, with an emphasis on green IT and open source - according to a leaked five-year plan
Bit.ly, a URL shortening service popular among Twitter users, is partnering with VeriSign, Websense and Sophos to add a new level of security
The Ruby on Rails community releases Rails 2.3.5. Version 2.3.5 of the Ruby on Rails Web development framework features improved support for Ruby 1.9 and more
After initially refusing to comment, IBM gives in and confirms reports that it is acquiring Guardium
Starent Networks, which Cisco Systems wants to buy for $2.9 billion (£1.8bn), settles one of several lawsuits seeking to block the sale
The EC is due to make a decision on whether to sanction Oracle's $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun on 27 Jan 2010, so Oracle can continue to do business in Europe.
Sun has updated its virtualisation software that enables users to move live virtual machines between disparate physical hosts
Shipments of servers in the third quarter fell 17 percent, but according to Gartner there are signs that the market is stabilising
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