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Google adds Linux support to voice and video chat

Google has announced that it has now officially added Linux support to its voice and video chat service, which was originally introduced in November of 2008...

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VLC Media Player Gets Ever More Sophisticated

Increasingly, all of us are consuming more rich media, and working with video. While there have been several open source media players available that are worth using, my favorite remains VLC Media Player, for numerous reasons. I use it every day, and one of its greatest strengths is that there is almost never a file format that it can't deal with.

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apt-file: Locate Missing Package Files

Ever had a source package fail to build due to a missing file? If so, apt-file, a tool that searches online repositories for a specific file, may be the answer.

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VLC Media Player 1.1.3 fixes critical security vulnerability

The VideoLAN Project has released version 1.1.3 of its VLC Media Player, a maintenance and security update that addresses a critical vulnerability that could lead to a possible denial of service attack or the execution of arbitrary code...

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Report: KDE 4.5 Improves in Dozens of Small and Satisfying Ways

At last, the breakneck torrent of changes and improvements has slowed, and KDE 4 is settling into a quieter groove. Bruce Byfield examines this latest new KDE release.

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Kernel Progress Entering New Era of Innovation

The last 12 months in Linux kernel development may have been less than exciting, but that may be just a breather before what's coming up next, according to kernel developer and Linux Weekly News editor Jon Corbet.

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