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Tutorial: Testing Linux Mail Servers with OpenSSL

Yesterday Juliet Kemp showed us how to perform basic server tests with telnet. Today Carla Schroder shows how to test TLS/SSL-enabled POP3 and IMAP servers.

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Splashtop Linux Web OS with Chrome, Bing Available for Download

Add another offering to the burgeoning netbook OS market.

SplashTop Inc. has made available its namesake Linux OS that reportedly makes it quick and easy for consumers to get on the web fast with only browser and instant search preloaded.

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GTimelog: A Beautifully Bare-Bones Approach to Time Tracking

One of the endearing traits of open source applications for Linux distros is that they rarely look the same, unlike on those other desktop computing platforms. That is especially the case with GTimelog Time Tracker, a tiny application that tracks what you do and when you do it during your...

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With Firefox 4 Days Away, Mozilla is Updating an Online Bug List Counter

Mozilla has made a lot of changes to its procedures for shipping new versions of the uber-popular Firefox browser, including following a new, rapid release cycle, and now, the company has adopted an online bug list countdown to help mark how close the much-delayed new version of Firefox is to final form.

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MWC 2011: Android Mania

In the past year, Android has managed to replace iOS as the most popular smartphone platform for new purchases, and it even toppled Nokia's Symbian OS on a global scale, according to at least one report. So it's not surprising that at the Mobile World Congress last week, Android took...

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Why Firefox Could Still Be the Browser Story of the Year

As 2011 begins, browsers represent one of the most hotly contested categories in all of open source. Open source browsers, especially Google Chrome and Firefox, are leading innovation, and are both on increasingly rapid development cycles.

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