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PiTiVi: A Solid B-Lister of a Movie-Maker

PiTiVi is a GTK-based film editor that shows promise but lacks enough refinement to be much more than a "lite" version of other film packages. Its interface is simple enough to use as it was designed, with both newbie and seasoned film fanciers in mind. PiTiVi was created in 2004...

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Firefox Extension for Anonymous Browsing Hits Version 1.0

There are lots of valid reasons why many people around the globe want to be able to use the web and messaging systems anonymously, despite the fact that some people want to end Internet anonymity altogether.

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Lifehacker Pack for Linux: Our List of the Best Linux Downloads [Downloads]

Linux may not be the most popular OS around, but that doesn't mean it we're going to sit here and ignore it. Here are our favorite downloads for everyone's favorite open source operating system.

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VMware Needs to Take Open Source Virtualization Seriously

If you follow VMware, you may have also followed the recent brouhaha over its release of vSphere 5, its virtualization and cloud computing suite.

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Heroes of Newerth Goes Free-To-Play

For those that missed it, S2 Games has made their Heroes of Newerth title go free-to-play. No longer does it cost $30 USD to buy the game, but it's free, which is S2's attempt to expand the game's user-base...

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Mozilla's BrowserID Seeks to Ease Authentication Woes

Ever find yourself juggling so many passwords that you can't keep track of them, or compromising the security of your sign-ins by using the same log-in information across multiple sites?

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