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Chinmoy Kanjilal is a FOSS enthusiast and evangelist. He is passionate about Android. Security exploits turn him on and he loves to tinker with computer networks. He rants occasionally at Techarraz.com. You can connect with him on Twitter @ckandroid.

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Vodafone has set up a Twitter account to provide customer support to Vodafone subscribers in India and Egypt over Twitter. On the other hand, Denmark Vodafone subscribers can now use a Twitter Client named Vodafone Update.

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Firefox 3.7 Pre Alpha is released and it as a new set of nifty features which are intriguing but some missing improvements which are expected to be there by now.

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OpenSolaris 2010.02 was scheduled to release in February this year but was already pushed to March once. Now, we are nearing the end of March and OpenSolaris 2010.03, scheduled to be released in early March is still not there.

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Nokia has recently acquired Novarra, the mobile web browser firm from Chicago. The browser firm specializes in smartphones for the last eleven years.

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Google TV in partnership with Sony and Intel will allow users to surf through the Internet right from their television through specially designed set top boxes.

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Last week, there were intensive reports on Google sharing ad revenues with Android based phones, their carriers, android apps and manufacturers. Now, Google has come out with its official statement on this matter and has denied all these rumors.

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Fluff Busting Purity is a GreaseMonkey script to clean the clutter off Facebook. Facebook has accused the script for using the name Facebook Purity.

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Asus launched the Asus G51J laptop, the first of its kind in India. It features 3D display with 15.6 inch full HD LED display and Quad Core 1.6 GHz Core i7.

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Spice Mobiles recently announced on Thursday that it will start manufacturing cellphones in India. Spice has clearly seen a huge potential in the Indian market.

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The IETF is holding its 77th meeting this week at Anaheim, California. The last meeting saw a huge turnout and the IEFT grabbed this opportunity to promote the new IP protocol, the IPv6.

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This week’s FOSS Friday focuses on Oracle’s Java love, BBC DRM issues, OpenGL 4.0 progress, OpenOffice.org 3.2 and Ubuntu Ubiquity slideshow from open source. In this post, I have presented a weekly roundup of some key events that will determine the shape of things to come.

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Open Core is the new buzzword in the world of Open Source. According to this new ideology, the product as a whole is not available as Open Source. However, the core of the application, which powers its features and functionalities is available as open source for others to build upon.

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Intel announced that its AppUp is live for all Moblin users. The app store from Intel is available for those running Moblin version 2.1. Intel had announced AppUp earlier this year at the CES

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Sweden has just bagged the position of the world’s most networked country leaving behind the likes of US, Canada and Norway far behind in the competition. The report, which ranked US at #1 in 2005, has shown US to be at #5 this time in 2010.

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The day one of Pwn2Own just got over and the results gave me a Déjà vu. Browsers started falling starting with Safari on Snow Leopard followed by Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3. The Safari hack was once again claimed by Charlie Miller, this time third year in a row.

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