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Behold II Joins Android's Autumn Advance

Apple's iPhone may have legions of enthusiastic followers, but there's no denying that fans of Google's competing Android platform already have more options.
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Mozilla Fears Chrome Frame, But Complaints Don't Convince

Google last month launched a new open source project called Chrome Frame, a browser plugin that brings Chrome's powerful HTML renderer and high-speed JavaScript engine to Microsoft's browser.
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NotAwesome Firefox Add-On Hides History

Enough people loved Firefox's history and bookmark searching location bar that the name "AwesomeBar" caught on. While this tool is great for productivity, its omniscience is a serious privacy concern. Don't let your boss see that you've been looking for a new career on job search Web sites.
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Enhance Firefox with SmarterFox

Work smarter, not harder. It's a good motto, and one that applies well to SmarterFox, an extension for Firefox that makes common tasks much easier to perform.
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GNOME and KDE Wrestle With Menus

Your Linux computer may have hundreds of applications installed. How can any system menu be organized sanely? How can anyone find anything? Bruce Byfield examines the different approaches taken by the Gnome and KDE teams to deal with this.
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