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digiKam 2.0.0 Approaches with New Beta

While the final version of digiKam 2.0.0 has been pushed back to late July, the latest beta shows progress towards its completion with a new export tool and fixes for features added in earlier betas...

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WebGL as a Security Problem

Researchers are warning that attackers could, in the worst case, use WebGL to inject malicious code onto a system. They believe that the 3D standard, which is now supported by almost all browsers, is not yet ready for primetime...

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Mandriva & Zarafa Announce Partnership

French Linux solutions provider Mandriva and messaging and collaboration specialist Zarafa have announced a new partnership in which Mandriva will provide Zarafa's Collaboration Platform on its Mandriva Enterprise Server 5...

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Google I/O Kicks Off, Focused On Developers

Throughout its existence, Google has been very dedicated to enlisting developers all around the world to embrace its projects and help with the creative process, and one of its hugest annual events that focuses on this is the Google I/O conference.

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W3C: New Members Extend Web Standards Work

The World Wide Web Consortium's fresh blood includes China Unicom, Netflix, LG Electronics, Facebook, and Zynga.

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