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Visionaries Experiment with New Word Processing Ways

Word processors that work across Linux and other OS can offer advantages you won't find in MS Word, even beyond crossplatform operability. But whether or not they're free of charge in the financial sense, there can be other sorts of price tags attached. In working with some of the newer and less conventional alternatives, you're likely to encounter certain learning curves. Feature sets and operability aren't always up to par and--ironically enough--privacy concerns can rear their heads, in some cases.

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Boom Time for FOSS

The current economic recession may be pummeling companies around the globe, but amid all the dire repo...
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CrossOver Games 8.0 Released for Mac and Linux

CodeWeavers new version now supports Left4Dead and improves support for many other Windows games...
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Google Chrome: Year One

It was one year ago today that Google Chrome was officially launched. In that time, Google has removed the Beta tag and moved from a version 0.x to a 4.x dev version.
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Typekit: Banishing Blight from the Browser

A new kind of startup—a font service provider—turns Verdana into Vavoom!
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