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Alien Arena 2011 FPS Game Released

The latest 2011 release of the Alien Arena first-person shooter game, version 7.50, features the addition of ragdoll physics using the Open Dynamics physics engine and two new maps...

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MapQuest to Provide a US OpenStreetMap Service

Having already launched similar sites for Europe and Asia, AOL subsidiary MapQuest has now launched an OpenStreetMap-based mapping site for the United States...

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New EU Software Rules Give FOSS the Inside Track

The European Union has announced public procurement rules for technology that appear to favor open source. The European Interoperability Framework sets out interoperability standards to create a trusted information exchange between public administrations of member countries. The EIF encourages open specifications for the framework. Members of the Business Software Alliance,...

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Apple, EMC, Oracle and Microsoft buy Novell Patents

A note on the website of the German federal antitrust authority reveals which firms are behind the consortium that is taking over nearly 900 of the Linux distributor's patents...

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Chrome Browser Now a Snap for IT to Deploy?

Google says new management controls makes deploying the Chrome browser in the enterprise a breeze.

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