Author: Chinmoy Kanjilal Google Profile for Chinmoy Kanjilal
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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google-error

Over the last few months, I came across a number of Google outages like some Gmail outages and other stuff. I found it interesting enough and took some screen shots.

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Backupify is a cloud backup solution which creates a backup of many of your online accounts like Gmail, Flickr, Twitter, Delicious, Wordpress, Photobucket and alike.

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An Indian startup, Notion Inc. from Hyderabad has designed a tablet PC running on the Android platform. The device has been built on the Nvidia Tegra’s system on a chip technology and can also act as an e-reader.

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Jane Silber is ready to take over as the next Canonical CEO and the var guy has already listed the top priorities of the next CEO.

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The final release of X Server 1.8 is just three months away and is scheduled to release on the 31st of March, 2010. The date of March 31st, 2010 will also mark a significant day of the release of Gnome 3.0.

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sabayon

Sabayon Linux CodeCD 5.1 has been released and is available for download at the mirror site. Sabayon is a highly customizable Linux with a regular release of a CoreCD.

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SoftMaker Office 2008 is available for free download till the 31st of December. The download is being offered completely free for a noble cause.

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A new revision of the latest Firefox build 3.6 has been released with over 100 bug fixes. The fifth one in its line, this new build brings more features to the already feature rich browser.

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The guys at Mozilla have been trying their hands at multiprocess Firefox. The feature has been available in Google Chrome for a long time now.

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Mark Shuttleworth has decided to step down from the position of CEO of Canonical sometime in near future. Mark, who has been the man behind Ubuntu and Canonical, will be formally stepping down sometime in March next year.

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The Nouveau DRM driver, with around 36,000 lines will now be a part of the Linux Kernel. The driver will be available from Linux 2.6.33 kernel, which comes as a big relief for Nvidia Graphics users.

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add-on-con

Mozilla has decided to open an add-on marketplace for Firefox sometime next year. This announcement was made by add-on product manager Justin Scott

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The Gnome Desktop Project has decided to split away from the GNU Project and wants to work independently from now on. The letter written by Philip Van Hoof to the Gnome Foundation mailing List clearly indicates and hints this wish of a number of Gnome developers.

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Earlier, whenever a file upload dialog popped up, we could select only a single file and upload it. This was a major annoyance in a multiple document upload like file parts of image uploads. But the inclusion of the FileAPI has made uploading files much easier.

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khronos

The WebGL project is backed by major players in the browser and Internet industry, like Mozilla, Opera, Apple and Google. though, the release of this draft code is bringing the standard closer to being realized.

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