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Ekiga 4.0 Released

Version 4.0 of the Ekiga telephony application is out. It features a new user interface, some new codecs, auto-answer functionality, a number of improvements in SIP support, and more.

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Monty on Broken MySQL Promises: Oracle's Going to Fork It Up

Oracle will break the promises it made to European regulators on MySQL nearly three years ago, according to the open-source database's co-creator Monty Widenius. In fact, he says, it has already broken a few.…...

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Qt 5.0 on the Home Stretch

Qt 5.0 is likely to cross the finish line before the end of the year. The developers are currently working to split the Qt repository into three branches.

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FocusWriter Rich in Features, Poor in Some Important Ones

FocusWriter uses an intriguing concept that makes you wonder why other word-processing tools do not offer the same hide-away tools panels to eliminate distractions. It offers a set of writing tools with the ease and speed of unencumbered text editors. Focuswriter is a full-screen writing program. It has no option...

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Office 2013 Heads for the Cloud but Fails to Soar

The last few versions of Microsoft Office have divided users, and Office 2013 – due to reach General Availability in the first quarter of next year but available now as a limited free trial – will likely be no different.

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First Update for Visual Studio 2012

Developers will be pleased to receive the first update for Visual Studio 2012, which offers bug fixes as well as various new features. Further updates are due to follow at short, regular intervals.

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