redletterdave writes: T-Mobile's 'UnCarrier' initiative was originally designed to inject some attitude into the company's stodgy public image. But as the company continues to roll out new initiatives, it's forcing Verizon, AT&T and Sprint to compromise their own strategies in order to play catch-up. And that's exactly what T-Mobile wanted all along. CEO John Legere: 'We are either going to take over this whole industry, or these bastards will change and we’ll still be wildly successful. I’m going to love watching the peckers scream.'
from the let-my-graphics-go dept.
StoneLion writes "Since its release, the OpenGL code that is responsible for 3-D acceleration on GNU/Linux has been running on licenses that were accepted by neither the Free Software Foundation (FSF) nor the Open Source Initiative. Today, however, the FSF has announced that the licenses in question have been rewritten, the problems resolved, and the code freed. Peter Brown, executive director of the FSF, says, 'This represents a huge gift to the free software community.'"