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Google Releases Chrome 9.0 Stable

Version 9 of the Chrome web browser has been released into the stable channel, adding support for 3D graphics via WebGL, Google Instant and the Chrome Web Store. Nine security issues have also been addressed...

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Canonical Releases Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2

Based on the 2.6.38-rc2 Linux kernel, the second alpha for Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty Narwhal" features Unity as the distribution's default desktop, replacing the GNOME Shell, and includes version 3.3.0 of the LibreOffice community fork...

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Canonical Get on the OpenStack

Canonical will deliver OpenStack's cloud platform as a technology preview in Ubuntu 11.04 but is keeping its options open on cloud strategies...

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GNOME 3 Approaches Completion

The last development release before the beta phase of GNOME 3 provides an preview of the final version of the desktop interface that is expected in two months. The rigid removal of control options has again given rise to discussions...

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jQuery Mobile Alpha 3 Expands Browser Support

The third alpha of jQuery Mobile 1.0 expands browser support to include Firefox 4 for Mobile (also known as "Fennec"), as well as Opera Mobile / Mini, and features improved keyboard and general accessibility support on VoiceOver...

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