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Google Adds a Little Sparkle to Chrome for Linux

Google has updated the beta version of its Chrome for Linux with a variety of fixes designed to make...

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Does Computer Engineer Barbie Use Linux?

If you'd asked me at the beginning of the year what topics I'd be writing about for Linux.com, I'm pretty sure that Barbie wouldn't have made the list. But, with the announcement this week that computer engineer was a top choice for Barbie's next career after a loud campaign to push Barbie into computer science, I just had to wonder, "does Computer Engineer Barbie use Linux?" And if not, why not?

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Adobe Fixes Critical Vulnerability in Flash

Crafted Flash applets can access data in other websites displayed in a user's browser. Attackers could exploit this to read confidential data or to manipulate settings in user accounts...
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Microsoft Fesses to Pitiful Performance on Volume Licensing Site

Slowly, really slowly, working towards a fix Microsoft has admitted that its refurbished but hamstrung volume licensing website is still limping along for some customers and partners, who are yet to gain full access to the portal, or worse are logging in and being served the...
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OpenOffice 3.2: More Stability, More Speed

The new version of the open source office suite includes new functionality and fixes security vulnerabilities...
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