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A year-long survey by the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester has revealed the top 10 most persistent earworms -- with the Spice Girls topping the list.
The Queen of Salsa would have been 88 years old today. Google celebrates with a colorful homage.
Developers may have to adapt to browsers that lose features, such as CSS Variables, as Google and Apple part ways in browser development.
A Canadian restaurateur is found guilty of criminal libel after she is so incensed by a customer's online review of her eatery that she ekes out a huge online revenge.
Open source is very good at breaking up old monopolies, but what happens when open-source projects monopolize markets?
Programmers behind the clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux demand that its founder share project control--or maybe they'll leave.
Open source is alive and well, at least as measured by all the news coming out in the past week, a sampling of which can be found here.
ICINGA has spun off Nagios, which is either a sign of the popular open-source network monitoring tool's strength, or disease.
OLPC is getting itself some Windows, but where's the sense in that, asks CNET Blog Network contributor Matt Asay.