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The State of Open Source Office Software in 2013

On the heels of President Obama's recent State of the Union address, Katherine Noyes presents a look at the current state of open source office software—particularly given that several of the key players just got big updates.

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Qt 5.1: Expected In April, Will Bring In New Modules

Lars Knoll has revealed a few more details today about Digia's plans for Qt 5.1. He also shared that they are hoping to ship this next tool-kit update in late April...

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Will 2013 Finally be the Year of Linux Gaming?

There has been some debate and consideration in recent years about when the Linux gaming platform will officially gain ground. Critics and market skeptics have wondered when it will really take off and when it will be Linux’s turn to procure large portions of the market share. 

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LibreOffice 4.0: First Take

Don't need all the new features and cloud integration in Microsoft's Office 2013 — or just hate the ribbon? The new version 4.0 of the free LibreOffice could be what you need, but it's not the milestone it claims to be.

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In An Era Of Clang, Portable C Compiler Isn't Beloved

It's going on two years since the release of PCC 1.0, but there hasn't been any follow-on Portable C Compiler release nor is there much public-facing development activity happening...

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Pitt: umockdev: Record and Mock Hardware for Debugging and Testing

Martin Pitt introduces umockdev, a device simulation library. "The umockdev-run program builds a sandbox using libumockdev, can load *.umockdev and *.ioctl files into it, and run a program in that sandbox. I. e. it is a CLI interface to libumockdev...

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