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10 Important Linux Developments Everyone Should Know About

The Linux technology, development model, and community have all been game-changing influences on the IT industry, and all we can really do is stand back and look at it all, happy to have been along for the ride for developerWorks' first 10 years.
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Life After Death or Living Dead? Open Source is No Guarantee

There was much rejoicing recently as Google announced a change of heart and decided to release the source code to EtherPad, which it had previously acquired along with AppJet and had planned to shut down.
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Could the Google Train Hurt Firefox?

Just as Mozilla seems to be winning handily against Microsoft's Internet Explorer, along comes an ever-improving Google Chrome.
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FOSS: How Did 2009 Shape Up?

Another year goes by without the "Year of the Linux Desktop" (whatever that means) but that doesn't mean that Free software is standing still. What highlights have there been over the last year and what is still holding us back?
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Chrome Mac, Linux Betas Push Browser into No. 3 Spot

The release last week of betas of Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux pushed the Google browser's share past Apple's Safari and into the No. 3 spot, a Web measurement company said today.
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Mozilla Exec: Bing is Not Popular Enough for Firefox

If you download a fresh copy of Firefox, you'll note that the default search engine is not whatever you already have picked in all your other browsers.
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