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wisotool 20100618 releasedview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – Dan Kegel released wisotool 20100618 today: 19 new verbs (blur, spore, photoshop cs5, ...), and 75 old ones. (Software)

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Wupra Offers A Prize To The LGN Theme Contest Winner !view story

http://lgn.linux-hardcore.com – (Distributions)

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HTTPS Everywhere – Firefox add-onview story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

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Why an Ubuntu Tablet will sellview story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

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Core i7 SBC's available in rackmount PC, tooview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – Eurotech is readying a 5.25-inch single board computer based on Intel Core i5 or i7 processors up to 2.53GHz. The Antares -- also available inside an industrial rackmount PC called the Antares Ice -- supports up to four independent displays, and offers dual gigabit Ethernet ports, extensive USB and serial connectivity, PCIe and SATA expansion, plus extended temperature support.... (Embedded)

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WordPress 3.0 adds multi-site supportview story

http://linuxo.com – The H Open: "The WordPress development team have released version 3.0 of their popular open source blogging and publishing platform, code named 'Thelonious'. This major update has more than 2,700 changes, including 1,217 bug fixes and feature enhancements." (General)

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Firefox Friday Five: Encrypt the Web, Firefox on the iPhone, and a few tricks!view story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Features, Mozilla, Browsers (General)

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Microsoft steps it up a notch and offers Apple developers money to switch platformview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Developer, Games, Apple, Microsoft (General)

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Senate NBN Committee's chair launches final attack on NBNview story

http://www.itwire.com – The chair of the Senate Select Committee on the NBN - which issued its final report on 17 June - has made one last call for the project to be scrapped, citing fresh information from the ACCC in support of his claim. (IT news)

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Running 64-bit Linux? No Flash For You!view story

http://broadcast.oreilly.com – Adobe has, at least temporarily, ended support for Flash Player on 64-bit Linux. No updated version is available. Adobe's message for 64-bit Linux users, at least for now, is "No Flash for you!" (General)