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451 CAOS Links 2010.04.30Matthew Aslett, April 30, 2010 @ 12:47 pm ET
HP acquire Palm. Microsoft and HTC sign patent deal. And more.
# HP agreed to acquire Palm for $1.2bn.
# Microsoft and HTC signed a patent agreement for HTC’s mobile phones running Android.
# Simon Crosby shared his thoughts on Red Hat’s abandonment of Xen.
# Rod Johnson explained the role SpringSource technology plays in VMforce.
# LWN published an article on the barriers to London’s open source adoption.
# Oracle is reportedly limiting support for Lustre 2.0 to those using Oracle hardware.
# Stephen O’Grady provided his thoughts on Cassandra and The Enterprise Tension.
# SCO Group asked the judge to overrule jury in Unix ownership case. They’re persistent, I’ll give them that.
# Day Software released version 2.1 of CRX, based on the Apache Jackrabbit, Felix and Sling projects.
# Open-Xchange simplified pricing for its SaaS e-mail and collaboration software.
# OTRS released OTRS::ITSM 2.0, the latest rev of its IT service management software.
# Microsoft released the source code of the .NET Framework Client Libraries for OData under the Apache 2.0 license.
# PrismTech released version 5.1 of its OpenSplice DDS data distribution software.
# enStratus announced support for private cloud infrastructures based on Eucalyptus.
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