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SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast August 19, 2005
Apple Re-Releases Security Patch. Symbian Shipments Grow. Linux Logs In Down Under

Apple has re-released a security patch for its new 64-bit Tiger OS Ten that addresses more than 40 previously identified potential security problems.

More than 90 Australian companies have reportedly received letters demanding payment of  standard sub-licensing fees for the use of the Linux trademark in Australia.

IBM has announced that it will support the Geronimo J2EE application server

Symbian said shipments of its smartphone software nearly tripled in the second quarter of 2005.

 

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Apple has re-released a security patch for Tiger OS X. Symbian shipments tripled in the most recent quarter. Linux tries to enforce its trademark in Australia. IBM and JBoss show new commitments to open source.


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