On Monday WSO2 unveiled a new service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework built on the OSGi specification.
An industry coalition urged President Obama to make open source software a government consideration.
The foundation overseeing the Firefox browser wants to help the European Commission in its complaint against Microsoft.
After months of mounting dissatisfaction with the way Sun Microsystems was evolving the MySQL database, the founders of the popular open source vendor have decided to move on.
PHP Development Tools (PDT) version 2.0 is a "major upgrade" according to project leads.
The UNIX-like server solution adds some extra security features beyond what you'd find with typical Linux OSes.
The source code for Microsoft's Web Sandbox is now available under an open license.
Defense Department officials have launched a new Web site where developers can work on open source software projects specifically for DOD.
OEMs may have to provide browser choice when Microsoft Windows is distributed in European Union countries.
Skyway's Skyway Builder 6.1 is all about delivering Java EE apps for Spring, but the company started out going in a different direction.
Sonatype's Nexus professional offers a "superset" of features for commercial users.
Many open source software developers seem to be choosing the Internet cloud as a point of distribution.
Bowling Green State University's Agile Software Factory gives students hands-on agile experience and community organizations free apps.
Offers centralized repository of publicly available scientific, demographic and medical data that can be integrated into AWS cloud-based applications.
Open source tool enables researchers to pinpoint a needling problem in a haystack of processors.