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Google Digs 6-Foot Hole for Gears

It's all about HTML5 now, darlink Google wonks have ended development of the company's Gears application platform, less than three years since its release.…...
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LemonPOS: Your Open Source Point of Sale

In what is hopefully an upswing for the economy, small businesses are still looking for as many ways to cut costs as possible. And when you take a look at the pricing schemes of some of the point of sale systems available, you can see how easy it would be to save some critical dollars. Point of sale systems can skyrocket well into the tens of thousands of dollars - depending upon how much functionality and support you desire. They don't have to be that costly. Instead you can turn to an open source solution to keep your small business flowing.

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Twitter Opens Open Source Page

A new page on the Twitter microblogging service site links to Twitter's own open source projects and to projects it contributes to...
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Subversion Accepted as a Apache Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation Board of Directors has reportedly approved a resolution to accept the popular open source Subversion version control and configuration management tool as an Apache Top-Level Project...
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Top 25 Programming Errors List Updated

The Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors list, a reference for developers seeking to identify common mistakes that result in a vulnerability, has been updated for 2010. Improvements to the list layout make it easier for readers to locate items of particular interest...
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