After many years of development, the Songbird open source software is finally released as version 1.0.more »
The OpenSolaris project has issued its second solid release with the Live CD 2008.11, which integrates subprojects such as the installer and package manager.more »
Mandriva's financial situation appears to be none too rosy. At the end of the year, the distributor will terminate the employment of two of its freelance workers, Adam Williams, effectively the Community Manager, and Package Manager Oden Eriksson.more »
The Dutch software dealer HW Trading has proffered a complaint concerning Microsoft's marketing practices to the European Trade Commission. The reason: Microsoft has for years been selling its products at a higher price in Europe than it does in America.more »
The university-based research project Cooperative Bug Isolation (CBI) digs into Fedora packages to isolate and report bugs. Fedora 10 is now included.more »
With the release of version 3.0, the development of Flowplayer's free Flash player has reached another milestone.more »
This past weekend has produced a version 1.0 of Processing, a Flash alternative product that runs under GPL.more »
According to an announcement on the HandBrake website, the new version 0.9.3 of the Handbrake DVD ripper comes complete with a GUI.more »
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Authorities in 16 countries take action against users of the imfamous BlackShades malware tool.