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Ping: In School Systems, Slow Progress for Open-Source Textbooks

Two founders of Sun Microsystems have created two nonprofits to bring open-source textbooks to kindergarten through high school classes.

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Does NoSQL Spell the End of Relational Databases?

There will always be a place for relational databases, but non-relational solutions are proving to be fast, flexible, and scalable for many tasks.

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Eclipse 4.0 SDK Released for Early Adopters

The official release of Eclipse 4.0 SDK, which reworks the underlying platform of the IDE, is now available for early adopters. Production users will have to wait for tools to be updated to feel the benefit...

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GNOME 3.0 Slips to 2011

During GUADEC 2010, the GNOME Release Team met and decided to hold the GNOME 3.0 release for the March 2011 release instead of September 2010. Even though it means an additional six months to GNOME 3.0 is officially released, it could be a good thing.

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.NET for Android Prepares to Get Probed

.NET for Android - dubbed MonoDroid - has come a step closer.…...

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The Key To An Open Source Social Network Is Still People

At last week's OSCON conference, the big topic on the minds of open sourcers was whether or not an open source social networking offering can break down the walled gardens of popular services such as Facebook, and win...

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