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Opening up Linux: Is the OS Becoming Ripe for Game Development?

Develop investigates how recent changes and support from gaming's biggest companies is making Linux a viable option for developers.

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Report: Tor Project Leaders Call Out Fake Tor Browser

Now here is a sneaky malware story that you don't hear every day: According to an online post being widely covered in the media (though it appears to have been taken down now) members of the Tor Project said that a fake application on the iOS App Store was billing itself as a Tor Browser and delivering up ads to users without permission from project leaders. 

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Red Hat Wraps Latest Open Source Offerings into Software Collections

Red Hat is out with its latest Sofware Collections package, arriving at version 1.1, and it is embracing Apache httpd and Nginx Web servers, Ruby 2.0, and NoSQL database MongoDB, among other previously unseen offerings. 

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Linux Mint 17 Codenamed “Qiana”

Linux Mint 17 will be named “Qiana” and should be available at the end of May 2014. 

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Unison – An Ultimate Local/Remote File Synchronization Tool for Linux

File Synchronization is the process of mirroring, files and data in two or more locations in accordance with certain protocols. Files and Data are the most valuable thing in this era of Information Technology. 

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KDE Ships 4.13 Beta 3

The third beta of KDE 4.13 is now available...

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