The NWC Interview: Jim Zemlin

Jim talks with Network Computing about how Linux competes with Windows and how The Linux Foundation looks going forward

Red Herring Asks If Linux is Ready for Primetime

The Linux Foundation’s John Cherry tells Red Herring Linux consumer PCs will be less expensive and less vulnerable to security risks

ComputerWeekly Compares Modularity in Linux and Vista

The Linux Foundation’s Ian Murdock comments on package management in Linux and its contribution to overall modularity

InternetNews Reports on Opportunities for Preloaded Linux

Check out Sean Michael Kerner’s editorial that points to service, support and marketing as the keys to unlocking PC makers’ delay in preloading Linux.

InternetNews: LF Refines Carrier Grade Linux

InternetNews reporter Sean Michael Kerner takes a look at the changes in CGL 4.0.

LinuxDevices Reports on Release of CGL 4.0

SCOPE Alliance and Linux Foundation’s Executive Director, Jim Zemlin, comment on the new CGL spec.

ZDNet Asia Takes Closer Look at Linspire/Ubuntu Deal

Linux Foundation CTO Ian Murdock talked to Aaron Tan at ZDNet about how the Linspire/Ubuntu partnership addresses fragmentation.

InformationWeek: Linux, Innuendo and Doubt

InformationWeek’s Babcock asks the experts what Ballmer’s repeated comments about open source and IP really mean.

BusinessWeek Reports on Customer Demand for Linux

LF’s Executive Director Jim Zemlin weighs in on Dell’s growing customer demand for Linux.

InternetNews Reports on IDC Prediction: Linux to Reach $40b by 2010

IDC briefed attendees at LinuxWorld Open Solutions Summit this week, saying the Linux market would grow from $18 billion today to $40 billion by 2010

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