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Atom SDK Now Available from Intel, and a Developer Challenge!

At the Intel Developer Forum,  Intel announced an exciting new opportunity for developers to earn money by writing netbook applications via the Intel Atom Developer Program community, and selling their applications through future application stores.  Developers were told to look for a software development kit (SDK) to help them develop applications and components for netbooks.
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SAP CTO Calls for Java Foundation

Vishal Sikkia, Chief Technology Officer at SAP, has criticised the governance of Java and the domination of the Java Community Process by Sun Microsystems...
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Learning with Gcompris

In my last article, Teaching with Tux, I wrote about teaching children with the Tux Educational programs.
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It's Official: GNOME 3.0 In September 2010

Last week we were the first to report that it looked like GNOME 3.0 would not come until September 2010 after developers wanted a delay compared to their original March 2010 plans. As of last night it's now official that GNOME 3.0 will not be out until September of next year.
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Reiser4 May Go For Mainline Inclusion In 2010

The Reiser4 file-system has been around since 2004 but has not reached a point of being close to be included in the mainline Linux kernel, especially after the lead developer, Hans Reiser, was convicted of murdering his wife.

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Firefox Tops Vulnerability List

New study places Firefox at the top of vulnerability list for for the first half of 2009.
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