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Qt 4.7 Debuts QML for Declarative UI Development

The Qt developers have announced a technical preview for Qt 4.7, the cross platform C++ framework for GUI applications, and introduced declarative UI design with QML, part of Qt Quick...
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Google Chrome to Do Away with Unique IDs

From version 4.1, Chrome will delete the ID token immediately after it is run for the first time – a symbolic step which takes the wind out of critics' sails...
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Eight Must-Have Apps for Linux

Linux comes in all shapes and sizes...from the full-blown app-heavy distros like Fedora and Ubuntu, to the lean and mean distros such as Puppy and Damn Small Linux.

Whatever the size of the distribution, there are always going to be applications that you will want to download and install, depending on your needs. These can be essential apps, like Skype, Flash, or Thunderbird, or not-so-important-yet-fun apps like Google Earth, VirtualBox, and VLC.

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Valve Is Not Commenting On Steam, Source Engine For Linux

Back in 2007 we reported on Valve looking for a senior software engineer to port their Windows-base games to Linux, then in 2008 we said the Source Engine would be coming to Linux based upon our sources (something that we still believe in), later that year we also found a few Linux libraries with t...
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Atol Delivers Flawless File Management With No Frills

Some system utilities do a variety of things well. They come with tools to give users lots of solutio...
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Google Opens Google Apps App Store

The Mountain View Chocolate Factory has unveiled an online marketplace for third-party applications that hook into its Google Apps suite of web-based businessware.…...
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