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H.264 Video Codec Stays Royalty-Free for HTML5 Testers

Patent granted 5-year amnesty, Mozilla still no-likey Freetards stand down - MPEG LA has decided to slash royalties to zero for anyone wishing to use the H.264 codec for free streaming of internet video until the end of 2016.…...
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EU Public Sector Repository Reaches 2,000 Open Source Applications, the European Union's Open Source Observatory and Repository, has announced that it now has two thousand open source and free software projects, for government and other public administrations, accessible through its site...
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Review: Which is Better, Ubuntu or Fedora?

Fedora or Ubuntu? That is a question that Linux users are asking with increasing frequency. Bruce Byfield gives an answer.
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HipHop: Facebook's PHP Accelerator Makes C++ Code

Developers at Facebook have announced HipHop, a source code translator that converts PHP 5.2 code into C++, which has given the social networking site 50% reduced CPU use in production...
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Microsoft Wishes it Could be a Google Number Two

Second place wannabe plays $5bn losing game Microsoft's hopeless pursuit to become the world's biggest search giant took a blow from an unlikely source yesterday.…...
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