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Ubuntu Switches Search Back to Google

Canonical's plan to switch the default search provider to Yahoo for the 10.04 release appears to have not worked out; the default will be changed back to Google before the release is made. "It was not our intention to 'flap' between providers, but the underlying circumstances can change unp...
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Report: GNOME 2.30, the End of the Road

With the delay of GNOME 3.0, the GNOME 2.30 release extends the lifespan of a series stretching back almost a decade.
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Open Source Mail Filter Framework Spmfilter Released

The Munich based SpaceNet AG has published spmfilter, an open source programming framework for content and spam filtering modules which can be used alongside existing mail servers...
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Report: 8 Advanced Add-ons

OpenOffice is the best cross-platform office productivity suite, but it misses a few popular features like a clipart gallery, Google Docs integration, PDF import, and more than basic templates. But they're out there if you know where to look, and Eric Geier shows the way.
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Mozilla Rushes Out Fix for Hack on Firefox

A new update comes on the heels of yet another Pwn2own exploit, along with a promise of patches for older Firefox versions, as well.
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