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Microsoft's Big Gamble Could Be Linux's Big Shot

Now that Windows 8 has made its long-awaited and widely trumpeted debut, there seems to be a fresh air of excitement and purpose here in the Linux blogosphere. This, of course, is not to say that many of us here are particularly excited about Microsoft's new OS, per se. 

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Microsoft Aims to Herd 70% of Enterprise Onto Windows 7 by Mid-2013

'Um, yeah, good luck with that' – partners Exclusive  Microsoft has set an aggressive target of 70 per cent of enterprise PCs running Windows 7 by the summer of 2013.

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KDE Releases Plasma Active 3

Plasma Active 3 offers new apps and improved performance.

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A New Era of Operating System Competition Dawns

Microsoft is out with Windows 8 this week, and the operating system--which straddles standard Windows interface conventions and touchscreen-style conventions--is being described as the company's biggest gamble in years. That seems like an apt thing to call the new OS, since Microsoft has a tough sell in convincing users that they need new versions of Windows. 

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Google Web Toolkit 2.5 With Leaner Code

The developers of Google's Java-based web framework for Ajax applications say that they've reduced the code base by 20 percent and the download size of the sample application by 39 percent.

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Tiki Wiki 9.2 Can Now Check System Requirements

Version 9.2 of the wiki, CMS and groupware solution introduces the Tiki Server Check, a feature for testing whether server environment meets Tiki's minimum requirements...

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