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Nepal and the Impact of Open Source

Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with many gender, educational, and digital divides. Yet it is gradually being transformed by open source and digital technology. There's little question that as Nepal seeks to help its citizens become a part of the global digital economy, it faces...

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Node.js Update Fixes Information Disclosure Vulnerability

The Node.js developers are advising all users to upgrade to the latest 0.6.17 stable release as this addresses an information disclosure vulnerability that could be exploited by a remote attacker...

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Certification for LibreOffice Service Providers

The Document Foundation, the organisation behind the development of the open source office suite LibreOffice, has announced the launch of a certification program...

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Graphical Tool Makes Compiling CyanogenMod Easier

The CyanogenMod compiler lets users download source code for CyanogenMod ROMs directly from GitHub and compile it for the specified device. Now at version 0.4, it is still in early beta stage...

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10 Best Practices for Mobilizing Enterprise Applications

These tips can help smooth the transition when an enterprise application development project becomes a mobile development project.

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IDC: Explosive Growth Expected for Hadoop, MapReduce-Related Revenues

The market for software related to the Hadoop and MapReduce programming frameworks for large-scale data analysis will jump from US$77 million in 2011 to $812.8 million in 2016, a compound annual growth rate of 60.2 percent, according to a new report released Monday by analyst firm IDC.

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