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Mozilla Officially Releases Firefox 3.6

Following several delays, Mozilla has officially released version 3.6 of its open source Firefox web browser. In addition to the usual bug fixes, the major update includes a number of new features, such as built-in Personas support and support for the Web Open Font Format...

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Mozilla Firefox 3.6 and Its Multiple Personas

Why one add-on will become part of the next Firefox release, while others sit on the sidelines.

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Google Talks Chrome OS, HTML5, and the Future of Software

On the last day of November, 2009, after the initial rush of excitement around Google's Chrome OS launch had quieted a bit, Ryan Paul and I sat down with Matthew Papakipos, the engineering director for the Chrome OS project, and Eitan Bencuya, from Google PR.

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Bespin, Mozilla's Editor for the Cloud, Gets a Reboot

Mozilla Labs has rolled out a major update to Bespin, an open source text editing engine that is built with standards-based Web technologies. The project has undergone a "reboot" with the aim of improving the ease with which it can be used and enhanced.

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Should Ubuntu Include Proprietary Software?

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, wants to know if proprietary programs should be included in their distributions and, if so, which ones.
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