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  • QEMU 2.5 Released With The VirtIO GPU 3D Support

    QEMU 2.5 has been officially released today as the newest feature release to this critical component to the open-source Linux virtualization stack.

  • Atomicapp 0.3.0 released!

    A major highlight of this release is the new provider: Marathon.

  • RcppArmadillo 0.6.400.2.2

    And yet another updated of Armadillo by Conrad bringing us to 6.400.2. I folded that yesterday into RcppArmadillo 0.6.400.2.2; and this is now on CRAN and Debian. There was even an interim-CRAN-only release 0.6.300.2.2 with a refinement for tests of imcompleye LAPACK libraries---which we encounter whenver R is build with its own (partial) copy of LAPACK as on Windows, and on bigger computers whenver this was chosen over the default of system LAPACK.

  • Opera 36.0.2079.0 Dev Is the Last Release of the Web Browser for 2015

    Opera Software, through Kornelia Mielczarczyk, has announced today, December 17, the immediate availability for download and testing of the last release of the Opera web browser in 2015.

  • Vivaldi Beta 2 Has Arrived

    Vivaldi, a web browser developed by one of the Opera founders and a large independent team, has finally reached the Beta 2 milestone, almost a year after the initial launch.

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