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Google Chrome Gets New Developer Hierarchy

Falling into line with other Google software projects and dropping a more collaborative approach, components of Google's browsers will be overseen by official "owners."...

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 Released

The new version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 now officially supports the Ext4 file system. New and updated drivers also improve support for modern hardware, and several other new features have been added...

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Wireshark Updates Address Vulnerabilities

The Wireshark development team has released version 1.2.14 and 1.4.3 of its open source network protocol analyser to address several security vulnerabilities, including an issue that could allow a remote attacker to initiate a denial of service (DoS) attack or execute arbitrary code...

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Chrome Update Costs Google Almost $14,500

Google's security update for Chrome closes 16 security holes. For the first time, Google has paid $3,133.7 for the discovery of a hole...

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Broadcom Sees the Linuxy Light at Last

Good things come to those who wait, as the saying goes, and recently the Linux community had occasion to observe a vivid illustration close to home. Specifically, after years of ill repute as one of the primary wireless chipmakers that didn't support Linux, Broadcom on Monday showed the community some...

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