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Songbird Linux Support Falls Out Of A Tree

Songbird, the open-source multimedia player that's built upon GStreamer and Mozilla Firefox's XULRunner, is no longer chirping a Linux-friendly tune. We have covered Songbird a few times at Phoronix since its initial release back in 2006, but now four years later they will stop officially maintaini...
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Mozilla Rushes Out Fix for Hack on Firefox

A new update comes on the heels of yet another Pwn2own exploit, along with a promise of patches for older Firefox versions, as well.
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Groundwork Adds Ubuntu Appliance to Lineup

Looking to ride the growing wave of interest in the Ubuntu version of Linux distributed by Canonical, Groundwork Open Source today released a version of its network and application monitoring tool running on an appliance powered by Ubuntu.

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Report: Linux Desktop Evolves with GNOME 2.30

A new Linux desktop user interface promises a number of innovations, but the big changes are coming soon in GNOME 3.
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New Version of JRuby Ready for Launch

The JRuby language gets commercial support as a major new JRuby version approaches, promising easier integration of Ruby development and Java.
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Chrome Share Gain outpaces Browser Rivals

Chrome edged up 0.5 percentage points in usage, more than rivals, but Mozilla likes to look at gains in its absolute numbers of users.
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