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Does the DoJ Have FOSS' Back?

In a move designed to protect the free and open source software community, the U.S. Justice Department has intervened in an intellectual property case involving four dominant IT enterprises. The transaction involves software developer Novell and a consortium made up of Microsoft, Oracle, Apple and EMC. The case could be...

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Amazon Kindle App for Android Updated for Honeycomb Tablets

Android: Amazon's Kindle app for Android devices has been updated to make full use of Honeycomb tablets, with specific layouts added for newspaper and magazine subscriptions.

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Frozenbyte Open-Sources Shadowgrounds Games

The Third Humble Indie Bundle that focuses upon games offered by Frozenbyte that are multi-platform and free of any Digital Rights Management, is still for sale at any price you wish (literally). This morning though there's been a surprise announcement by Frozenbyte with some bonuses, including the source-code release of...

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Mozilla Overhauls Its Process for Testing Firefox Extensions

As we've recently covered, and as our readers have confirmed, not everyone is thrilled with the performance of Mozilla's newly release Firefox 4 browser.

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Dropbox CTO Responds to Privacy Concerns

Most terms of service (TOS) changes go unnoticed, but when Dropbox changed its TOS to say it'd provide files to the government people took notice. According to Dropbox's CTO, this is nothing new. But it does raise questions about Dropbox's security and privacy. Read more...

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Converting Office Documents

Now and then, office-type documents need to be converted. The latex users have always been able to produce a variety of formats from the command line, but for the OpenOffice/LibreOffice users, manual labor has been the solution. That changes with unoconv. Now you can convert to most file formats directly...

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