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Chrome Mac, Linux Betas Push Browser into No. 3 Spot

The release last week of betas of Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux pushed the Google browser's share past Apple's Safari and into the No. 3 spot, a Web measurement company said today.
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Mozilla Exec: Bing is Not Popular Enough for Firefox

If you download a fresh copy of Firefox, you'll note that the default search engine is not whatever you already have picked in all your other browsers.
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Get Started with Essential Chrome Extensions

Even without extensions, Google Chrome's market share grew phenomenally during its first year. Now that the No. 1 most-requested feature has been implemented, it's time to look at some of Chrome's best extensions.
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Former BusyBox Contributor Upset About GPL Lawsuit

Bruce Perens, the original creator of BusyBox, posted a statement in his blog on Tuesday to complain about the GPL enforcement lawsuit that was recently initiated by the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) against consumer electronics companies that are failing to comply with the licensing terms...
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YouTube Videos With Linux: Part 1

Not only can you make your own videos for business, similar techniques can be used for creating video tutorials, including screen-casts, and voice-over narration.  Put those tutorials on the Web for nearly instant fame and fortune.

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