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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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Firefox 3.6 is finally out after a series of test releases.Firefox 3.6 brings new and awesome features to the already feature rich browser.

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The linux.conf.au 2010 has opened today at Wellington, New Zealand. Today’s event was attended by a number of people and is a gathering of free and open source software enthusiasts from around the world.

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The complete list of Fedora 13 features are less than a month away from being finalized. This next release of Fedora, has been under development from even before the release of Fedora 12. One primary addition to the feature list is seen as the Btrfs file system. Even as the release is a few days away, features are continuously being added to the next release.

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A common problem many users face after installing either Linux or Windows on a system is an override of the default boootloader. Grub can come to your rescue.

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Microsoft wants to award Miguel de Icaza as a Most Valued Professional! Primarily a Mono developer, Miguel de Icaza is at Codeplex Board of Directors too.

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A recent post at ubuntufurums has posted a survey which asks users to vote on a survey. The survey asks for choices of software which should be available in Ubuntu by default. Surprisingly, this survey includes closed source and paid software like iTunes and Photoshop respectively.

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Firefox has made changes to the way it develops the world’s most popular browser. Instead of providing incremental updates Mozilla has decided on some changes. Firefox 4.0 will now replace Firefox 3.7 as the release after Firefox 3.6.

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SuperGamer is the world’s first Dual Layer Live DVD and is fully focused on games like Quake 4, UT 2004, Doom 3 besides others.

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Quartics Inc. recently showcased its VPU which can render videos and apply real time enhancement and 3D conversion. This device was shown at CES.

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The new Firefox version 3.6 brings many new features like Web Open Font Format and Personas. Apart from that there are major internal changes.

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The latest version of Amarok, named Amarok 2.2.2 “Maya Gold” has added a new feature of Moodbar. This moodbar can be changed according to our mood. Also, editing of lyrics is now possible with a simple keypress.

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Gmail has started displaying these Ninja tips for Email which offers help and suggestion depending on the volume of mail you receive everyday. The link to the tips page can be found at the right hand top-corner of your screen.

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Facebook is the newest to join the list of Apache Software Foundation sponsors. These sponsors offer extensive help in organising events, expanding to a wider reach and facilitate daily running of the foundation smoothly.

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Deluge, the popular Bit Torrent client has just released their version 1.2.0. Deluge is completely written in Python and uses GTK+ for the front-end. It is specially made for the XCFE and Gnome desktop environments. Deluge offers fast torrent downloads and has support for multiple trackers.

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Very rarely do movies put a real computer application to do a real thing, even rarely do they actually use it correctly. But, Nmap here, seems to be the hot favourite; be it CIA or NSA or a hot good-guy’s gal, you name it.

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