The French company Parrot, that makes high-tech wireless products, has announced a development kit for designing advanced applications for drones.
Microsoft has announced that Windows PowerShell will be released as an open source program and has built an binary alpha version that will run on some Linux distributions and OS X.
Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu GNU/Linux operating system, has joined the advisory board of the The Document Foundation, the organisation that presides over the development of LibreOffice, the free office suite.
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