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Chrome Stable Update Fixes Three High-Priority Security Issues

Before you do too much browsing around this morning, you might want to hit Chrome's About menu...

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Google Android, Adobe Team on Flash Support

Adobe makes it clear that it's looking for a major mobile partner on Flash -- and Apple's made it clear that it's not interested.
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Apache NoSQL Project Gets Commercial Support

The Apache Cassandra NoSQL open source database is used by Twitter, Digg, Facebook and other big online properties, but now a new startup is aiming for broader acceptance.
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Stable Kernels 2.6.32.12 and 2.6.33.3

The 2.6.32.12 and 2.6.33.3 stable kernel updates are out. Both updates are massive, with well over 100 fixes in each.
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Ubuntu Would Welcome Adobe to Linux

Apple may not want Adobe, and Microsoft has little love for Flash, but Canonical would be happy to welcome Adobe to Linux. read more...
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Server Workloads in the Data Center

Not everything in life needs to be big and complicated. The last few articles in this series have been on the theme of change, and we'd like to drill down into that. But rather than asking you a fantastically complicated series of questi...
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