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Dancing E startup aimed at knowledge sharing for all

What do 16th century Incas, 18th century shipyards and 21st century professionals have in common? Phil Verghis describes an issue that has plagued civilizations and industries throughout history: inadequate access to lessons already learned. We all understand the importance of sharing knowledge, so why is it difficult for us to...

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The Uncertain Age of Steam on Linux

The new Steam native Linux gaming platform has been in eager Linux hands since December 2012-- is this the beginning of a surge in native Linux gaming?

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Hacking: The New National Pastime?

What a difference a day makes -- or, in this particular case, eight months or so. Less than a year ago, retailer Barnes & Noble yanked an issue of Linux Format magazine from its U.S. shelves because of a cover story on the topic of "hacking." "A complaint was made,"...

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Kdenlive 0.9.4 released

Version 0.9.4 of the Kdenlive video editor is out with a number of new features. "Kdenlive can now parse your clips to find the different scenes and add markers or cut the clip accordingly. The process is currently very slow but it's a start... Kdenlive can also now analyse an...

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Latest VLC version has dangerous hole

A buffer overflow when decoding ASF files has been found and patched in VLC, but the fix is currently only available in source or in nightly binaries. Users should be aware and should avoid ASF files from untrustworthy sources...

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