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GNOME 3: The Future of the Desktop

This September, a new desktop will be unveiled to the world in the form of GNOME 3. This desktop will change the way people view, work with, and think of the desktop. It's different, it's intuitive, and it follows the current evolution of what the desktop should be. But best of all, it's all about Linux.

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Evernote Gets Built-In, Third-Party App Directory

Web-based memory service unveils "The Trunk," a directory of third-party sites and a set of tools that can be integrated for added functionality.

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Two Apps That Make Backup Less Chore, More Lifesaver

Backing up data on my multiple Linux computers has always been a gray area for me. The process of backing up data for me boiled down to convenience and cockiness. I thought my no-app backup procedure was a better option. That twisted view nearly resulted in a data disaster for...

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Open Source, Commercial Diverge in SugarCRM 6

Sugar CRM may have open source technology at its core, but with the latest release of its customer-relationship management platform offers two different interfaces for the commercial and community versions.

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The Diaspora Project: FOSS Community Builds a Better Mousetrap

When Facebook users started getting nervous about the social networking company's privacy missteps, the open source community did what it does best -- stepped up to build a better platform based on transparency and open source tools....

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