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Qt Project Releases Qt 5

Qt 5 offers developers enhanced productivity, flexibility, and easier cross-platform portability.

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Rsync, It's GRRRRaphical!

Every year for our Readers' Choice survey, the venerable tool rsync gets votes for favorite backup tool. That never surprises us, because every time I need to copy a group of files and folders, rsync is the tool I use by default. more>>...

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The Raspberry Pi Education Manual Teaches You Basic Computer Science Principles

Whether you have a new Raspberry Pi and are just figuring out what you can do with it or don't have your hands on one yet but want to get started learning more about programming and other computer science topics, the free Raspberry Pi Education Manual is a wonderful 172-page...

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Mozilla to Sharpen Its Focus on Open Gaming in 2013

Here on the first day of 2013, it's already very clear that this year will be a banner year for open source gaming, what with players like Valve and Ouya poised to deliver game platforms based on open source tools. Mobile phones and tablets have also become havens for games, though, (think of Angry Birds) and it's clear that Mozilla wants to woo game developers for its upcoming Firefox OS mobile operating system. In late December, Mozilla held its Game On competition, which invited hackers to contribute their best ideas to new games designed to work on any device, anywhere. Mozilla has...

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The year GNOMES, Ubuntu sufferers forked off to Mint Linux

It is only wafer-thin, and no cheque required Linux in 2012  It's been a rough year for Linux on the desktop. More specifically, it's been a rough year for GNOME-based Linux on the desktop. But a glimmer of hope may have appeared thanks to a Mint-flavoured distribution of the open-source...

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LLVM 3.2 now available

The latest version of the LLVM compiler infrastructure introduces an improved scalar replacements of aggregates (SROA) model, a loop vectoriser, a new NVPTX backend and a number of other improvements...

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