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The new version of PostgreSQL (9.3) promises many improvements to attract new users.
As a major set-back to Canonical's plans for Mir, Intell has pulled the carpet from underneath Canonical by announcing that they won't support XMir.
Google Chrome is celebrating its 5th anniversary and it is going to send an army of Chrome apps to invade the Windows land.
Participatory Culture Foundation, aka PCF, has updated the Open Source transcoding application Miro Video Converter to version 3.0.
Apple's beaten again! The company once known for creating new device categories is now in the catching up game with Android. Samsung has taken the lead and announced the much talked about Android powered smartwatch dubbed Galaxy Gear.
Microsoft will soon feel more competition from Open Source. UK-based Collabora has created a division called Collabora Productivity to develop and sell value added solutions and services on top of LibreOffice.
It's neither Key Lime Pie, not it is Android 5.0; it's called KitKat and the version will be 4.4.
Linus Torvalds has announced the release of kernel 3.11.
Till now there was no professional support available for Kubuntu users. To fill this gap the Kubuntu community has launched commercial support for businesses, organizations and individuals.
Recently some questions were raised at the openness of ChromeCast device when the co-founder of CyanogenMod Koushik Dutta expressed his suspicion that Google may want to control which content is being streamed through ChromeCast.