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Is Apple Now Blocking Contributions To GCC?

Yesterday on the mailing list for GCC is was brought up if Apple's Objective-C 2.0 patches for the GNU Compiler Collection could be merged back into the upstream GCC code-base as maintained by the Free Software Foundation. Even though Apple's modified GCC sources still reflect the FSF as the copyright...

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How Linux Land Got Better Since Last Summer

If the end of the year is a good time to take stock of all that's passed in the preceding 12 months, then why not the end of the summer? That, indeed, is just what Linux bloggers have been doing over the past week or so, thanks to a recent...

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Google TV Developer Platform: What to Expect

What types of apps will developers create for Google TV?

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Firefox 3.6 gains anti-clickjacking support, Thunderbird & SeaMonkey updated

Firefox 3.6.9 now supports a server header which can help to prevent clickjacking. The new version also fixes 14 vulnerabilities, including the DLL vulnerability in the Windows version...

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Clam or Klam? Either Way, It's Easy Linux Protection

Have you run a virus scan lately? Nope? Don't need to, you say. That's because you run a Linux OS. Think again. To quote the title line of Bob Dylan's third studio album, "the times they are a-changin.'" Yes they are. And part of that change is the greater risk...

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