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Advanced users from British Telecom, Citigroup, NASDAQ, and Morgan Stanley to speak.more »
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Android 2.2-powered, Flash-enabled, 7-inch touch screen.more »
You now have until September 8.more »
Linux Bier Wanderung 2010 12th Annual Linux Beer HikeAug 31, 2010
White chalk cliffs, a beautiful countryside, pretty villages and plenty of fine pubs gather along the South Downs Way in Sussex, England - an ideal location for the annual Linux Beer Hike.more »
KDE Akademy KDE Akademy 2010 in FinlandAug 31, 2010
Surrounded by majestic countryside, members of the KDE community met in Tampere, Finland. Sponsored by Intel and Nokia, this conference was all about the bright future of KDE and Qt.more »
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