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New software hopes to make life much easier for musicians by giving them a database to search for sounds, using descriptive words.
Adobe has released an emergency software update to its Flash plug-in following the discovery of a ‘critical vulnerability’ that could leave computers open to hackers.
The software has been shedding users to LibreOffice.
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A policy update will target software that tries to pressure users into paid upgrades.