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PiTiVi Open Source Video Editor Brings New Effects

The latest 0.14 release of the open source video editor for Linux includes a number of new features including the ability to preview video, audio and image files before importing, and new audio and video effects provided by GStreamer...

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DealBook: Lenovo to Buy Medion, a German PC Maker

The Chinese computer maker said it would buy the German consumer electronics producer Medion in a deal that values the company at about $909 million.

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EclipseCon Europe 2011: Call for Papers Announced

The Eclipse Foundation has announced that it is now accepting submissions for talks for this year's European EclipseCon conference, which will take place from 2 to 4 November in Ludwigsburg, Germany...

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WebSockets Return to Firefox 6

The latest pre-release of Firefox 6, Aurora 6, brings back support for WebSockets. WebSockets is a protocol for providing two-way communications between the browser and the server. Mozilla dropped support for WebSockets last year due to security issues.

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ScummVM 1.3.0 Now Supports WebOS

The application that allows users to run classic point and click adventure games has had a "feature rich" update and now runs on WebOS...

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