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Wine 1.2 Adds Support for 64-Bit Applications

More than two years after version 1.0 arrived and one month behind schedule, the Wine Project has released version 1.2 of its Windows API implementation, adding support for 64-bit Windows applications...

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Startup Offers Third-Party Google Apps Backup

A Cambridge, Mass.-based compay called Backupify is pitching IT admins on a cloud-based backup service for Google Apps, offering an additional safeguard to augment Google's own storage.

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Adobe Open Source Now on SourceForge

SourceForge, the development and distribution host for open source software, has opened a new platform for development, which enables third parties to link their own to developer communities with Source Forge...

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Electronic Medical Records: Let's Leave Room For Open Source

After years of talk about taking medical records online, serious action is afoot. The Obama administration is waving $27 billion in incentives at doctors and medical offices to take records online...

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GNOME 3: The Future of the Desktop

This September, a new desktop will be unveiled to the world in the form of GNOME 3. This desktop will change the way people view, work with, and think of the desktop. It's different, it's intuitive, and it follows the current evolution of what the desktop should be. But best of all, it's all about Linux.

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Evernote Gets Built-In, Third-Party App Directory

Web-based memory service unveils "The Trunk," a directory of third-party sites and a set of tools that can be integrated for added functionality.

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