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Firefox closes door for spammers

Facebook has closed a hole that was being used by spammers to automatically post wall messages and direct messages to friends.

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Version 2.0 of NoSQL database Redis released

Version 2.0 of the NoSQL database Redis database has been released with new features including virtual memory support, a hash datatype and publish/subscribe messaing.

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GNU Debugger adds D language support

The GNU Debugger Project has published the second point update to version 7.0 of its standard debugger for the GNU software system, adding support for the D language and enhancing C++ support...

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Open Source goes to High School

Before heading out to film this story on the Open High School of Utah, I wasn't sure what to expect. I had a lot of the same questions most people would have about an online high school: What kind of students go to high school online? How are teachers building...

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Rails 2.3.9 extends bridge to Rails 3

The Ruby web framework's older edition gets an update to further ease the transition to the recently released Rails 3.

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