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Chrome gets WebM video support

June 4th, 2010 | 1 Comment » Tags: , , , , ,

The most recent development release of Google’s Chrome browser now includes WebM, the open source video technology.

African users reluctant to give up Internet Explorer 6

June 2nd, 2010 | 2 Comments » Tags: , , ,

European and US Web developers may well be cheering the apparent death throes of Microsoft’s Internet Internet Explorer 6 browser, but African users are more reluctant to give it up.

Buffer overflow: TomTom joins OSS patent group, free Blender book, Chrome for Linux, Ubuntu end of life

March 24th, 2009 | 2 Comments » Tags: , ,

TomTom, the GPS maker being sued by Microsoft, has joined an open source patent collective that have pooled their patents in an effort to help defend open source software against legal threats. In a press release yesterday, the Open Invention Network said that TomTom had joined its ranks. The collective aims to create a “supportive and shielded ecosystem to ensure the growth and adoption of Linux” and has amassed a pool of 275 pending and issued patents.

An alpha version of Google’s Chrome browser is now available through the Chromium project. Ubuntu fans can also use the Launchpad PPA to install Chromium on Hardy, Intrepid or Jaunty, with these instructions.

Want to learn how to use Blender, the open source 3D graphics and animation application? Then you might want to download a free book to get up and running. The Blender Basics book is 120 pages long and can be downloaded in sections or in its entirety.

Ubuntu has announced the end of life for Ubuntu 7.10, first released in October 2007. As with the earlier releases, Ubuntu committed to ongoing
security and critical fixes for a period of 18 months. The support period is now nearing its end and Ubuntu 7.10 will reach end of life on Saturday, April 18, 2008.