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Lightspark Gains Faster Rendering, H263/MP3 Video

Lightspark, one of the newest free software projects designed to provide an open-source implementation of Adobe's Flash/SWF specification, has been progressing at a rather expedited pace. Lightspark continues to pickup new features with each new release, which as of late have been occurring frequently. Less than a month ago, Lightspark...

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OSD-Lyrics Turns Your Linux Media Player into a Karaoke Machine

Linux: We've featured an open source SingStar-like karaoke game before, but if you're looking for something a bit simpler, OSD-Lyrics automatically downloads and displays lyrics for a ton of popular Linux media players. More »...

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Linux Gaming Projects That Need a Little TLC (or How You Can Contribute)

My favorite PC game of all time was Interstate '76. It was really unique in its gameplay and has the best soundtrack for a game ever, featuring 70's funk, where I would pop in the cd on my computer just to play the music. more>>...

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This Is Your Brain on Linux Desktop

This is your brain. This is your brain on Linux Desktop. It is a good thing. To borrow and twist the old "brain on drugs" PSA, your brain on Linux Desktop could be one of the best things that could happen to you for your computer fix. Linux Desktop continues...

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First GNOME 2.32 development snapshot released

The GNOME Release Team have issued GNOME 2.31.6, the first development snapshot of what will become version 2.32 of the GNOME desktop environment for Linux and Unix...

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GNOME 2.31.6 Release Arrives GTK3-Free

Vincent Untz has just announced the release of GNOME 2.31.6, which is the first development snapshot of GNOME 2.32 following the announcement last week that GNOME 3.0 is delayed until March 2011. With the 2.32 release not being the 3.0 milestone, the 2.32 release will continue to use GTK+2 rather...

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