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First Look at Opera 10: Can it Make a Dent in the Desktop?

Opera has done well with mobile, but can it take the desktop by storm? Opera 10 beta 1 was released last week, and Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier takes a look at Opera 10 to see if it can make some noise next to Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome.
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The Adobe AIR File API

Typical browser applications cannot access the local filesystem. However, Adobe AIR applications can, giving those applications a distinct advantage. Learn how the AIR File API works and build an application that can read and write from a local disk.
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Utilizing debtags to Discover Similar Software

  Problem: you're running your favorite application when you realize that there's a feature you want that is not yet implemented. You could write this feature yourself, but perhaps there is a similar application that has already implemented it for you.
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The 2.6.30 Kernel is Out

Linus has released the 2.6.30 kernel. "As mentioned last week, -rc8 was the last -rc, and there really isn't any point in delaying the real release any more."
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Open Source, Digital Textbooks Coming to California Schools

On Monday, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger promoted his state's recently announced initiative, which would see it adopt free, digital textbooks in time for the next school year.
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Report: Firefox 3.5 Speed Freak: Faster Development, Faster Performance

Firefox 3.5 was originally intended to be Firefox 3.1; a fairly minor update with small fixes and improvements. But it took on a life of its own, and major work was accomplished in a short time.

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