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Hadoop solidified for production duty

After nearly seven years of development and fine tuning, the Apache Hadoop data processing framework is finally ready for full production use, the developers of the software announced Wednesday.

Mozilla releases version 2.0 of its license

Mozilla <a href="http://mpl.mozilla.org/2012/01/03/announcing-mpl-2-0/">announced Tuesday</a> the release of version 2.0 of the Mozilla Public License (MPL), which provides compatibility with the Apache and GPL licenses, opening up a wider body of co...

Mozilla releases version 2.0 of its license

Mozilla <a href="http://mpl.mozilla.org/2012/01/03/announcing-mpl-2-0/">announced Tuesday</a> the release of version 2.0 of the Mozilla Public License (MPL), which provides compatibility with the Apache and GPL licenses, opening up a wider body of co...

Why enterprise software will never be the same

It's a stretch to call 2011 a truly transformative year for enterprise software, given all the old warts that remain, from large-scale IT <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9222864/10_biggest_ERP_software_failures_of_2011">project failur...

Sprint gives LightSquared more time to win over FCC

Sprint Nextel has given LightSquared another month to gain FCC approval for its planned 4G network, extending a deal in which LightSquared would use Sprint's Network Vision infrastructure and save an estimated US$13 billion in deployment costs.

Researcher: Many Stratfor passwords are weak

At Utah Valley University, 120 computers are now working to decode encrypted passwords revealed by the hack of Stratfor Global Intelligence, one of the most significant data breaches of last year.

Belarus said to restrict access to foreign websites

Belarus has introduced a law that imposes restrictions on citizens and residents in the country visiting or using foreign websites, according to Global Legal Monitor, an online publication of the Law Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks flat for year

After a rollercoaster ride on the stock market, tech companies are ending the year just about where they started, despite strong and in some cases record sales and profits for IT bellwethers.

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