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In a Flash, Adobe's 64-Bit Flash for Linux Is Back

It was only a month ago that Adobe cut off Linux's AIR, so bloggers may be excused if they were a bit surprised by last week's news. Namely? In yet another twist in the company's on-again/off-again relationship with our favorite open source operating system -- a roller-coaster ride that involved...

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SUSE Ships Studio 1.2

Newly independent SUSE have released SUSE Studio 1.2, an update to their appliance building application, with added support for enterprises using IBM System Z...

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News: Will Project Harmony Bring Harmony to Linux?

Contributor agreement effort hits a major milestone, as Mono is reborn in Xamarin and PuTTY gets updated.

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Intel Sponsors GNOME and KDE 2011 Desktop Summit

This year's Desktop Summit will take place over the course of a week in Berlin from 6 to 12 August. Its sponsors include Intel (Platinium), Colabora and SUSE (Gold), each of which paid between €20,000 to €45,000...

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I.B.M. Reports Strong Second-Quarter Earnings

Bolstered by its old-line computer hardware business, as well as growth in software and services, the technology giant reported an 8 percent increase in net income.

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