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|Archived Since:||December 19, 2008|
Updated drivers that support the latest version should be out today.
Google gives Administrators new ways to lock down the browser.
Docker support + location tracking mesh = plug-in backbone for all the networked things.
And in some parts of the world, the end will come even sooner.
The Windows team's migration to Git is almost complete.
E-mail client needs to reduce its technical and operational reliance on Mozilla.
A couple of newcomers enter the scene, and Opera changes ownership.
Backups meant SFMTA didn't have to pay 100-Bitcoin ransom demanded by the attacker.
Just 7.7% of devs are unpaid—because Linux development is worth paying for.
Cross platform, open source editor has been installed more than 2 million times.
Canonical frees the Ubuntu One server-side syncing engine.
"The Company… has not successfully leveraged the Slashdot user base."
DoS weakness shares starring role with revised FREAK vulnerability.
4k scaling issues keep it from being perfect—but, hey, it’s for developers, right?
New iOS behavior makes this a little more palatable than before.
Being the only closed source mainstream browser isn't a good position.
Maryland agency said it would cost $600K; Chris Whong's team did it in days for $0.
The list of potential ways to exploit Ghost has grown to include Web mainstays.
New release has redesigned toolbars, menus, rulers, and a new default theme on OS X.
Designed to make analysis attacks harder, I2P is built for hidden services.