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So, Corel has launched its latest version of WordPerfect Office. What have they done to make it better than Office 2007, better than the free Open Office, and better than web apps like Google Docs? Turns out there’s some key new features which are very attractive - but are they enough to make you switch – or even take notice?

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Want a version of Linux for your Intel Atom powered “NetBook” – aka Asus Eee PC type subnotebook? Canonical hopes that Ubuntu Remix will fit the bill for OEMs – and presumably users, too - and has launched it at Computex in Taiwan. Will it?

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Wednesday, 04 June 2008 10:19

IBM gives free concert with Lotus Symphony 1.0

IBM's Office alternative Lotus Symphony has reached version 1.0. Not only is it available for both Available for Windows and Linux, but it is absolutely free.



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