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Google's Android App Inventor: Help or Hindrance?

Google's new App Inventor for Android may be a dream come true for amateur programmers with big ideas for the next mobile app...

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Opinion: Is Google Chrome Really the Windows Killer, or the Linux Killer?

Since late 2009, talk of how Google's Chrome OS is being positioned to "take on" Microsoft Windows has been promoted by individuals who I believe have no idea what they're talking about.

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Spotify Streaming Music Player Comes to Linux

Linux: Spotify, our favorite not-officially-available-in-the-U.S. music player, has just released a version of their desktop player for Linux users...

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Facebook Built Walled Garden With Open Source Software

Facebook supports its social network of 500 million users with LAMP software infrastructure. This open source approach, also used by...

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Google Aims To Democratize Android App Development

Today, Google is out with a free software framework called Google App Inventor for Android, which promises to make it easy for anyone to create applications for Android smartphones. This move from Google is a shrewd one, and falls right in line with open source principles and the power of crowdsourcing...

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DuckDuckGo: A New Search Engine Built from Open Source

DuckDuckGo is a new search engine focused on relevant results and respecting user privacy. Actually a mash-up of several other sites like Wikipedia, About, Bing, and Yahoo, DuckDuckGo also uses it's own web crawler, the DuckDuckBot...

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