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Dreamworks Animation Releases OpenVDB 0.99

Released as open source in August, OpenVDB, a C++ library for volumetric processing, has now reached version 0.99 with Houdini integration plugging the code into a powerful commercial 3D animation system.

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Mozilla Puts 64-bit Firefox for Windows On Hold

The Firefox developers have decided to stop development of the experimental 64-bit Windows version of the open source browser. There will be no more nightly builds and testers are encouraged to switch to the 32-bit version.

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PyPy 2.0 Beta 1 Supports ARM Processors

The first beta of PyPY 2.0 adds support for ARM processors and compatibility with CFFI to the "very compliant" Python interpreter; despite being a beta, its developers say that it is suitable for production use.

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GNOME Shell to Support a "Classic" Mode

GNOME developer Matthias Clasan has announced that, with the upcoming demise of "fallback mode," the project will support a set of official GNOME Shell extensions to provide a more "classic" experience. "And while we certainly hope that many users will find the new ways comfortable and refreshing.

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Microsoft Just Messed Up and Gave Out a Free Windows 8 Activation Key

If you've been wanting to upgrade to Windows 8 but balk at paying then, firstly, you're a bad person but, secondly, now your opportunity's here. Microsoft just screwed up and handed out a free activation key for the OS. More »...

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Open-Source GPU Drivers Improved For Linux 3.8

Various improvements to the major open-source Linux graphics drivers will be landing with the Linux 3.8 kernel in the months ahead...

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