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Cracking Open Five of the Best Open Source Easter Eggs

A number of humorous yet undocumented features are hiding beneath the surface of some of the most popular open source software applications...
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Helios: Eclipse 3.6 Milestone 6 Released

The Eclipse developers have released the sixth milestone for Eclipse 3.6, the first section of the next release train called Helios, which includes new platform APIs, Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) changes and a new tool that helps users manage target platforms...
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Qt 4.7 Debuts QML for Declarative UI Development

The Qt developers have announced a technical preview for Qt 4.7, the cross platform C++ framework for GUI applications, and introduced declarative UI design with QML, part of Qt Quick...
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Google Chrome to Do Away with Unique IDs

From version 4.1, Chrome will delete the ID token immediately after it is run for the first time – a symbolic step which takes the wind out of critics' sails...
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Eight Must-Have Apps for Linux

Linux comes in all shapes and sizes...from the full-blown app-heavy distros like Fedora and Ubuntu, to the lean and mean distros such as Puppy and Damn Small Linux.

Whatever the size of the distribution, there are always going to be applications that you will want to download and install, depending on your needs. These can be essential apps, like Skype, Flash, or Thunderbird, or not-so-important-yet-fun apps like Google Earth, VirtualBox, and VLC.

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