AMNews: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, London Bus Timings, Facebook Comments And More

Transport for London (TfL) has invited all interested parties to submit their tenders for developing a web-based system that enables visitors to plan travel routes in an effective and hassle-fee way. According to the tender notice, the system will be entirely based in cyberspace.

The world’s leading open source solutions provider Red Hat Inc. has invited the Red Hat Enterprise Linux user community to participate in the development process of the forthcoming Red Hat Linux Enterprise operating system 7. Red Hat Linux Enterprise 7 happens to be the company’s forthcoming major release in the OS market, and according to the company, it has made the Red Hat customer portal open for all Red Hat subscribers, partners and users.

Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly testing a new feature which will allow its users to translate wall posts in the language of their choice with a single click. According to Inside Facebook, the feature is visible only to a handful of Facebook users at the moment.

After a less-than-enthusiastic response from mainstream vendors, rumor has it that chip maker Intel plans to sideline its mobile operating system MeeGo. Much like Hewlett-Packard, who started sending out confusing messages regarding the future of its own mobile operating system, WebOS, Intel has also been sending unclear messages about the future of its OS.

Wyse Technology, a California-based manufacturer of thin client software and hardware announced the launch of several new products at the VMworld 2011 conference, held in August. New products include Linux thin clients, mobile clients and new high performing thin clients.