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Opera Stretches Vocal Cords with v.10 Release

Opera 10 is now available to download for Windows, Linux and Mac platforms, less than a week after Opera Software spun out the release candidate version of the browser.

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Hands-on: Multiple Activities and Data Persistence in Android

Building on our Android-based TicketResponder application, we add a new screen and data persistence.
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How To Land A Spot In The Spotlight - Part I

As we all know, OSCON provides a multitude of opportunities for those in the Open Source world to learn not just the ins and outs of what's new, but how to improve their projects on fronts ranging from code to documentation to community members.
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X.Org 7.5 Is Frozen, XKB2 Gets Postponed Again

X.Org 7.5 with X Server 1.7 was supposed to be released earlier this month, but that didn't happen on schedule nor their earlier release plans. However, this evening, Daniel Stone has laid out the new plans for X.Org 7.5 / X Server 1.7.
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Use Windows Applications on Linux Using Emulation

While Linux offers a robust set of applications sometimes, for whatever reason, users believe that they cannot part with their apps from other platforms. In this Linux.com series, you are being introduced to the various ways you can get Windows, or Windows-equivalent, software on your Linux machine.

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Best of Open Source Software Awards 2009

If you think you can easily whittle down the best open source software to a manageable number, you'll soon discover that you can't do it without a great deal of hair pulling, nail biting, and gnashing of teeth.

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