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Opinion: Open Firefox vs. Closed Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 is now out for developers to try out and test -- well kinda/sorta. Is it really a Web browser?
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Report: Using Mozilla Prism to Run Web Apps like Local Apps on Linux

Web-based applications are fantastic, except for that whole "running in the browser" thing. Looking to free your browser-based apps from your Web browsing? Take a look at Mozilla Prism.
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Report: 10 Great Linux Apps You Might Not Have Discovered Yet

The world of Linux applications continues to expand and improve, so check out Eric Geier's roundup of ten great Linux applications you might not have discovered yet: media players, Web page designer, video creation, run Linux on Windows, Windows apps on Linux, and more.
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Tip: KDE Document Reader Okular Annotates PDFs

KDE document reader Okular doesn't just read multiple document formats; it also allows you to add annotations to files as you read them.
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Suddenly the Native App is Cool Again

Cloud computing may be all the rage, but it's clear that native, client-side applications have a very long shelf-life ahead of them.
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iPhone/iPod Linux Library Hits Version 1.0

While Apple provides support for the iPod and iPhones on Mac OS X (of course) and even Windows, complete with iTunes support, they provide no such love for those wishing to use their gadgets on Linux. This has led the Linux community to reverse-engineering Apple's USB protocol for the iPod/iPhone d...
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