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Mozilla mirroring Chrome’s fast, phased releases
/* Posted March 20th, 2011 at 2:32am */
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Mozilla plans an orderly shift from raw new code to a polished final version of Firefox every 16 weeks. (Credit: Rob Sayre/Mozilla) A faster, regular release schedule isn’t the only idea Mozilla is adopting from Google’s browser. The organization also is embracing a plan to give Firefox a similar spectrum of test and stable versions […]

Still no Google Instant for Opera browser fans
/* Posted March 19th, 2011 at 2:31pm */
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In September, Google said it hoped to bring its then-new Google Instant search feature to users of the Opera browser “shortly.” A half-year later, there’s still no sign of it. Google still is working on it, though. “We’ve encountered some technical barriers that are temporarily preventing us from making Instant available for Opera,” Google said […]

iPad User Guide for iOS 4.3 eBook Free Download
/* Posted March 13th, 2011 at 1:28am */
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In order to encourage more users in exploring the latest iPad 2 and new features contained in iOS 4.3, Apple is now release “iPad User Guide For iOS 4.3 Software” digital e-book in PDF format. This book is aimed to users who has interested to learn about iPad features, how to use the controls and application, […]

Justice Department investigates Web video group
/* Posted March 5th, 2011 at 7:27pm */
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The corporate wrangling over Web video standards, already a technically and legally complex matter, is getting a lot more complicated with the arrival of a Justice Department antitrust investigation. Specifically, the DOJ is looking into whether the actions of patent licensing group MPEG LA are stifling a Google video encoding technology called VP8, The Wall […]

Hamster Free Burning Studio Burns to CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray
/* Posted March 4th, 2011 at 8:27am */
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I tend to scrutinize free software just a hair more than stuff that’s not. And when the logo is something as cute and cuddly as Hamster Soft’s, I put that little furball under a microscope. Happily, Hamster Free Burning Studio proved not only competent, but completely innocuous as far as I could tell. Efficiency is […]

WebGL 1.0 is done. Where’s Microsoft?
/* Posted March 3rd, 2011 at 8:27pm */
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Brace yourself for the 3D Web. At least, if you use Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or Safari. Those are the browsers that support–though sometimes only in developer-preview editions–a technology called WebGL. And today, the Khronos Group standardizing the graphics interface announced that WebGL 1.0 is finished. Although WebGL has significant momentum, its prospects are significantly hampered […]

Firefox 4′s last beta?
/* Posted February 26th, 2011 at 2:25pm */
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Mozilla has begun to wind down work on the next generation of its Firefox browser. In today’s release of Firefox 4 beta 12, there are few improvements that will be instantly noticed by most users. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, what has changed are under-the-hood improvements to how Firefox 4 handles Flash and more […]

FAQ Updates – Feb/07/2011
/* Posted February 25th, 2011 at 8:24am */
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Our FAQ section is updated in last few days with new howtos: HowTo: Upgrade Debian 5.0 (Lenny) To Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) regionset: Linux Set / Change DVD Region Code HowTo: Check Ram Size From Redhat Linux Desktop System Linux / UNIX: TZ Environment Variable Screen Command: Set Baud Rate [ Terminal Communication ] UNIX / […]

Linux Advanced Hardening With the Capability Bounding Set
/* Posted February 23rd, 2011 at 8:23am */
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The last time I wrote about basic “Linux Server Hardening Security” tips. In this post I will write about the /proc/sys/kernel/cap-bound file which act as a powerful Linux hardening tool. This file holds the value of the kernel capability bounding set (expressed as a signed decimal number). This set is ANDed against the capabilities permitted […]

5 Best Linux Distribution With No Proprietary Components
/* Posted February 21st, 2011 at 8:22am */
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Linux is a free and open source operating system. However, Linux (and other open source operating system) can use and load device drivers without publicly available source code. These are vendor-compiled binary drivers without any source code and known as Binary Blobs. Die hard open source fans and Free Software Foundation (FSF) recommends completely removing […]

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