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'Final Fantasy VII' Launches on Steam

One of the biggest role playing games of all time is now available through Steam. Square Enix has just launched Final Fantasy VII on the service, almost a year after re-releasing the Windows version on its own site. The Steam version appears to be identical to that edition, which means...

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Intel Rapid Start Being Toyed With For Linux

UEFI Linux specialist Matthew Garrett is currently exploring the options for supporting Intel's Rapid Start Technology under Linux...

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Natural Selection 2 Is Getting Closer To Linux Debut

The Natural Selection 2 FPS/RTS game out of Unknown Worlds Entertainment is getting closer to its Steam-powered Linux debut...

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5 Intriguing New Features in Linux 3.10

After a relatively short development cycle of only nine weeks, Linux 3.10 made its official debut on Sunday. Here's a quick look at some of the highlights, including timer-free multitasking support, ARM big.LITTLE support, Bcache, a more space-efficient Btrfs, and improved Radeon support.

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Opera 15 Is Here, But Not Yet For Linux Users

The Norwegians announced today Opera 15, the first release of their closed-source cross-platform web-browser that's now powered by Google's Chromium/Blink engine...

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2013 Kernel Summit Call for Topics/Proposals

The planning process for the 2013 Kernel Summit (October 23-25, Edinburgh) has begun; as in previous years, the program committee is looking for proposals for interesting topics in need of discussion. "The best topics for the kernel summit tend to focus on topics which are not appropriate for any of...

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