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Client-side JavaScript File Processing May Come via File API

A new JavaScript API aims to facilitate limited local filesystem access in Web applications.
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Giving Up the GIMP is a Sign of Ubuntu's Mainstream Maturity

Canonical hosted its biannual Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) last week in Dallas, Texas. I was one of many open source software developers who attended the event and participated in the collaborative process of planning Ubuntu 10.04, the next version of the popular Linux distribution.
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KOffice 2.1 Released

The KOffice team is very happy to announce version 2.1.0 of KOffice, 6 months after the platform release 2.0.0. This release brings a number of new features as well as general improvements in the maturity of the individual applications. Importing of documents have also been given an overhaul.
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Create a Database and Data Entry Form in Base

For many people the mere thought of having to create or use a database sends shivers down the spines of many users. But it doesn't have to. Creating a database and adding data to that database is actually a simple task in Base.

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Firefox Hopes to One-Up IE with Fast Graphics

Windows 7 features called Direct2D and DirectWrite will speed up Internet Explorer 9 performance. But Firefox hopes it might retool for the same benefit first.

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Chrome Extensions Gallery Opened to Developers

Google has announced that developers can now upload their extensions to Chrome's extension gallery...

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