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SugarCRM Buys Lotus Notes Tools, Cozies up to IBM

SugarCRM acquires vendor of customer relationship management software for IBM Lotus Notes, and adds social CRM features for iPad and other devices...

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Thunderbird Returns to Nest as Mozilla Messaging Rejoins Mozilla

Mozilla decided to spin off Thunderbird in 2007 to form an independent organization that came to be known as Mozilla Messaging. In an unexpected reversal, Mozilla announced on Monday that it will reabsorb Mozilla Messaging and integrate it into Mozilla Labs, a team within Mozilla that incubates experimental projects.

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XWiki Enterprise 3.0 Released

The latest 3.0 release of XWiki Enterprise brings a number of innovations to the XWiki project's development platform for collaborative wiki-style applications...

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AP Supports Mozilla's Do Not Track

From the blogs: The Associated Press News Registry now supports Mozilla Firefox 4's Do Not Track across its membership of 800 sites.

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The U.S. Federal Government Open Sources Two Useful Tools

Back in 2009, we noted that Vivek Kundra (shown), the first CIO for the United States, boded well for open source, and would be likely to create and adopt open source applications and platforms for use in the U.S. government.

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