Archive for März, 2010

WordPress for Android 1.1 arrives

Mittwoch, März 31st, 2010

The WordPress developers have released version 1.1 of their WordPress for Android application. The first major point update features user interface improvements and changes to the home and comments view
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 released

Mittwoch, März 31st, 2010

Red Hat has announced the release of version 5.5 of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) a distribution aimed at enterprise customers. In addition to bug fixes released since RHEL 5.4, the latest release of RHEL includes enhancements to the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor
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Java 6 Update 19 closes 26 security holes

Mittwoch, März 31st, 2010

Several of the vulnerabilities can be exploited to compromise a PC. For the first time since the acquisition by Oracle, a Java bug report has appeared in the form of an Oracle Critical Patch Update
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Apple releases Mac OS X 10.6.3 update

Dienstag, März 30th, 2010

Apple has released Mac OS X 10.6.3 to improve the operating system’s stability, compatibility and security. In addition to other changes, the update addresses a total of 65 security holes, some of which can be exploited to hijack a user’s system
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Microsoft to release out of cycle patch for IE

Dienstag, März 30th, 2010

An update to fix a security vulnerability in Internet Explorer which is currently being actively exploited online is to be released tonight
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Apache CouchDB 0.11.0 loses the alpha/beta tag

Dienstag, März 30th, 2010

The NoSQL, JSON/REST speaking, distributed key/value store database enters feature freeze as it heads towards version 1.0
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Ruby Summer of Code raises $100,000

Montag, März 29th, 2010

The Ruby Summer of Code has raised $100,000 in three days, allowing it to fund twenty interns for the newly created student mentoring programme
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Ubuntu 8.10 approaches end-of-life

Montag, März 29th, 2010

The Ubuntu developers remind users that Ubuntu 8.10, code named Intrepid Ibex, will reach its end-of-life on Friday the 30th of April, 2010. After that the release will no longer receive security updates and critical fixes
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Google adds Geolocation API to Chrome Dev channel

Montag, März 29th, 2010

The latest developer channel release of Google’s Chrome web browser includes support for the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Geolocation API draft specification and for Incognito extensions
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The H Week – MySQL, Nagios, Linux and Ceph

Sonntag, März 28th, 2010

The H week just gone has included the rise and fall of MySQL, the future for Nagios, the end of Firefox for Windows Mobile, the addition of the Ceph file system to Linux, maturing open source, DNS and SSL security issues, a scatological description of open source and
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