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Skype Open-Source Update Expected Soon

Back in November there was an official announcement from Skype concerning an open-source Linux client. Details since then have been scarce on what exactly Skype plans to provide as open-source software, with some speculating just the user-interface/front-end side will be opened up. Skype though has...
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Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software

Like ERP and CRM before, collaboration is the next big space in software. By the numbers: Share...
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Mozilla Site to Offer Multi-Browser Add-On Security Check

Keeps tabs on more than just Firefox Mozilla plans to expand the reach of its web-based Plugin Check service so that it monitors whether add-ons on browsers from other suppliers are up to date and secure.…...
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EclipseCon: New Runtime Projects Get Thumbs-Up

EclipseRT expansion sees Gemini and Virgo moving into the fold.
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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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