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Plan your local Drupal 7 release party! – A guide

December 22nd, 2010

Why a party? To celebrate the release of Drupal 7! On January 7, 2011 the Drupal and open source communities will be having world wide local release parties for Drupal 7. Host or attend a party with your local groups! Everybody who is a fan of making the Web better should attend. Welcome new users…

Happy Holidays from the Chrome Web Store

December 22nd, 2010

The winter holidays are my favorite time of the year: I get to spend quality time with friends and family and eat lots of delicious food. However, between booking airplane tickets, sending greeting cards and looking for the perfect gifts, the pre-holiday season can be busy…and even a bit stressful. This year though, I feel…

60 million tabs towards good causes

December 22nd, 2010

In 2010, the Chrome community has joined us in moments of fun, invention, exploration, and now, giving. Last week, we invited Chrome’s users worldwide to “donate” their opened tabs in Chrome to drive a charitable gift of one million dollars. We on the Chrome team were deeply impressed with the support and participation and now…

Guest post from the Demo Lab: Help us test the Cr-48

December 21st, 2010

Here at the Demo Lab we have only one mission: to protect your data no matter what happens to your computer. To serve this mission we have been evaluating our Cr-48 prototype notebooks in challenging, some might say extreme, conditions. We’ve been in the lab testing notebooks exhaustively (I’m talking 24 hours a day here)….

HTML5, Site-Ready and Experimental

December 21st, 2010

As the technologies around HTML5 continue to develop, people need a better way to distinguish the more experimental parts of HTML5 from the parts ready for use in mainstream sites. The recent browser technology kerfuffle around WebSockets offers a clear example of the problem that developers and consumers will face again and again over support…

Ultralingua.com: Language Software

December 21st, 2010

Ultralingua, Inc. is a software company that makes products for people who love languages. Their website is a place for people to access a free online dictionary, download product trials, and purchase software for personal use. It is also a hub of information for business partners and offers a technical support section for customers. Ultralingua…

Safer plug-ins, faster search, and richer graphics

December 16th, 2010

Last week, we previewed several upcoming features that will be available to users on Chrome and Chrome OS. Today we’re excited to introduce a few of these new security, speed, and open web platform features into Chrome’s beta channel. As one of the engineers working on Chrome’s sandbox, I’m happy to announce that we’re bringing…

Opera 11 goes final

December 16th, 2010

Hei guys We just released Opera 11 which includes cool stuff as tab stacking, visual mouse gestures, performance improvements, memory issue fixes and tons more Changelogs for Windows, Mac, and Linux and FreeBSD available. We would like to thank you all for helping us release a great version. We hope you enjoy it, and stay…

Drupal 6.20 released

December 15th, 2010

Drupal 6.20, a maintenance release fixing issues reported through the bug tracking system, is now available for download. There are no security fixes in this release. Upgrading your existing Drupal 6 sites is recommended. Download Drupal 6.20 Highlights of changes in this release include settings form inheritance for subthemes, syslog identity configuration support, better update…

Opera 11.0 Release Candidate 3

December 15th, 2010

Hello, my name is Ruarí and I don’t have a life, other than testing Opera all day long. Luckily none of my colleagues have lives either, which means we can spend all our time making Opera better than ever. Hence we have a third RC for you with yet more fixes, and hopefully even better…