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SCO shows IBM the code

Jan 14, 20043 mins

Latest IBM news.

SCO shows IBM the code, 01/13/04

Ten months after launching its lawsuit against IBM, The SCO Group has finally provided Big Blue with a list of files and individual code samples that, it claims, violate its intellectual property rights.

Venerable IBM server carries on, 01/12/04

IBM plans to invest more than $500 million over the next two years in its iSeries line, aiming to increase the flexibility of the box to ensure it remains a key part of the changing IT landscape.

IBM expands four-way offerings, 01/12/04

Rapsheets, which provides online criminal records searches, was growing nearly 25% per month and was looking for ways to beef up its infrastructure to support the demand on its expanding database. After …

Intel, IBM pony up for Linux lawsuit fund, 01/12/04

Open Source Development Labs Monday said it aims to establish a $10 million defense fund to pay the legal fees of Linux users sued by The SCO Group, plus those of OSDL employees, including …

IBM previews WebSphere app server upgrade, 01/09/04

IBM Thursday made available an early release of the next version of its WebSphere Application Server software, giving developers a free sneak preview of the forthcoming Java-based …

CES: RealNetworks, IBM team on media products, 01/09/04

RealNetworks Friday plans to announce a partnership with IBM to deliver a product that makes it easier for organizations to offer digital audio and video services.

SEC probing IBM, Dollar General transaction, 01/09/04

IBM has received an indication from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the federal regulator is considering a civil action against the company for possible violation of U.S. …

IBM to launch Linux-based retail system, 01/08/04

In a move to help retailers reduce the complexity of their systems and their costs, IBM plans to introduce by the second quarter of 2004 a new software platform for point-of-sale (POS) systems based …

IBM trims 400 more jobs, 01/08/04

IBM has cut around 300 U.S. software jobs and 100 positions in its services division, a company spokesman said Thursday.

IBM CEO challenges Big Blue to move to Linux desktop, 01/08/04

IBM Chairman and CEO Sam Palmisano has challenged his company to move to the Linux desktop over the next two years, according to an internal memo written by IBM CIO Bob Greenberg in November …