The H Open: "...the global standards committee continues to hear complaints that Microsoft's format should not be qualified as an open standard because the criticism voiced during the proceedings did not receive proper consideration."
Linux Magazine: "The Khronos Group today announced OpenCL 1.1, a backwards compatible update that boosts performance in the parallel programming standard. OpenCL is a free programming standard designed from the ground up to optimize coding in muliticore processors."
The Wine team is proud to announce that the stable release Wine 1.2 is now available. This release represents two years of development effort and over 23,000 changes. The main highlights are the support for 64-bit applications, and the new graphics based on the Tango standard.
Matthew Casperson's Hubfolio: "Mozilla Prism is a tool that allows you to run your favourite web based service as if it were a standard desktop application. This article shows you the steps required to get you started."