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Scribus: Worth the Effort for the Linux-Loving Desktop Publisher

Note to those avoiding Linux: Yes, you can do desktop publishing. You can do it with Scribus. One of the most frequently recurring comments I hear about why somebody --...

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Chrome Frame Beta Boosts Security, Browser Integration

Google has released a beta version of its Chrome Frame plugin for Internet Explorer. The new beta includes an updated version of the rendering engine and brings a number of significant improvements to browser...

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Startup Readies World's First Android Internet Radio

A Taiwanese startup called Bonux is readying an ARM11-based Android Internet radio with a 4.3-inch...

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2.6.34 is Out; Let’s Review

If you blinked you might have missed the announcement of the new 2.6.34 kernel. Things...

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Mozilla Evangelist: Apple HTML5 Demos Harm the Open Web

Apple recently launched an HTML5 showcase on its official website with several demos that are intended to highlight some of the advanced Web development capabilities that are made available by emerging standards...

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Adobe Flash Player Vulnerability

Adobe has reported a vulnerability in Flash Player 10.0.45.2 (and earlier), including the Linux version.

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