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H.264 support for Firefox Nightly Linux has landed

H.264 support for Firefox Nightly Linux has landed

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Nightingale's mother Songbird Discontinued

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Firefox Rolls Out Web Audio API Support

Firefox Rolls Out Web Audio API Support

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FLAC Audio Format gets First Update in 6 Years

FLAC Audio Format gets First Update in 6 Years

The Free Lossless Audio Codec, FLAC, loved by audiophiles for it's lossless fidelity has been update[...]
Preview Of The Ubuntu Phone [Video]

Preview Of The Ubuntu Phone [Video]

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Thunderbird 3 Release Candidate 1 now Available for Download

Thunderbird 3 RC 1

For Windows, Mac and Linux: Thunderbird 3.0 Release Candidate 1 is now available for download, for all platforms. Most of the features in this release are already present in the beta releases liked Tabbed emails, New Search with Advanced Filtering Tools, message archiving, the Activity Manager and more. But Thunderbird 3 RC 1 also addresses stability issues, improves performance and web compatibility and simplifies code and sustainability.

To install Thunderbird 3 RC1 on your Ubuntu, follow this guide: A Single Command Install of Thunderbird 3 on Ubuntu

Download Thunderbird 3 Release Candidate 1, a preview release of the next major Thunderbird.

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  • Zozo

    TB3 is certainly going to be a huge success. I liked it from the very first beta, most of all i like the tabbed emails and the Activity Manager

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    Not sure why Thunderbird exists really on the Mac platform, as it is years behind OSX Mail IMO.

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  • http://www.kabatology.com/ Martin Kaba

    Hey Scouser73, thanks for the information. I just dropped a few words. Happy update to TB3 RC2