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LibreOffice 4.0.2 Fixes Small Bugs and Glitches

The Document Foundation today announced the release of LibreOffice 4.0.2 glitch-fix update. How stable is an app that gets "glitch updates?" ...just a few glitches to fix. Well, let's look at the changelogs and see. Of course, you get the numerous importing bugs fixed, but one interesting fix right at the top is for a resource leak. I'm having a hard time understanding what that's all about, but...

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Sorting Out the Linux Desktop Mess

It seems fair to say that every tech community out there has its own hot-button issues that are pretty much guaranteed to get conversations flowing and blood pressures rising. The Linux community, of course, is no exception, and it's difficult to imagine a better illustration than a debate that came...

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KDE 4.10.2 Fixes Annoying and Dangerous Bugs

KDE announced the latest release of their popular desktop environment today, KDE Software Compilation 4.10.2. This is an update/stabilization release that brought over 100 fixes. Some bugs were annoying, but one particular nasty bugger was also fixed. 

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Google's Quickoffice Comes to Android, iPhone

Sharpening one prong of its dual-pronged strategy for competing against Microsoft Office, Google brings its Office file editing software to the top mobile devices. [Read more]...

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MATE 1.6 Supports Systemd Login

The new version of Mate can use the Systemd log-in manager and includes themes that support GTK3 as well as GTK2...

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