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H.264 Will Be Royalty Free For Internet Video Forever, Mozilla Still Doesn't Care

MPEG LA, the group who who licenses the h.264 video codec, has extended its royalty-free use (for free internet video) from 2016 until, well, forever. But Mozilla thinks that the better part of forever could belong to Google's WebM format. 

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Mozilla fires up three new APIs in Jetpack SDK 0.7

Three new APIs in Mozilla's Jetpack SDK include access to the system clipboard, better in page modal dialogs and toast style notifications...

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Mozilla Labs experiments with Git

Mozilla has announced that, in addition to being available in a publicly accessible mercurial instance, its Mozilla Labs projects and experiments will now be mirrored on the GitHub project hosting service...

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digiKam 1.4.0 released

The digiKam project has released the latest update for its open source advanced digital photo management application, adding a new "Remove Doubles" modifier and addressing several bugs found in the previous version...

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Mozilla Rolls Out 'Tab Candy' for Firefox 4

New tab feature, formally released as Firefox Panorama, will enable users to organize and synchronize their Web activities in novel ways on the popular open source browser.

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2 Task Manager Apps: Choose the Features You Can Live Without

Today, if you're in need of a task manager application, you're looking at a category filled -- perhaps even overfilled -- with options. If you carry a smartphone, you probably have a to-do list app in your pocket already.

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