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CyanogenMod 10.1 hits Release Candidate, nears a ‘stable’ future

If you’re a fan of CyanogenMod, there’s a good chance that flashing nightly builds of the 10.1 release is now damn near second nature. Fortunately, a more stable future is in store for you and your phone, as CyanogenMod has revealed that a final release is close at hand. As a buildup to that point, you’ll find that Release Candidate builds are now available for installation. For the uninitiated, CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on Android 4.2.2, and along with many additional features, it serves as a great way to upgrade your device in the case that its manufacturer has given up. Hit the break for the complete list of devices to receive the Release Candidate treatment.

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Menlo Park council candidate proposes campaign finance limits, code of conduct

Menlo Park council candidate proposes campaign finance limits, code of conduct
A candidate for the Menlo Park City Council has called on his opponents to accept a campaign funding cap of $40,000 and adhere to a code of conduct.

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Adobe releases Flash Player 10.1 Release Candidate

There’s still a ways to go before a final, proper release, but Adobe has now upgraded its once beta Flash Player 10.1 to Release Candidate status, and introduced a host of fixes and improvements in the process. From the looks of it, there’s nothing too radical in terms of changes from previous betas, but the RC does promise improved stability and performance, and fixes for a range of video playback problems with different graphics cards (which may or may not also involve driver updates). Hit up the PDF link below for the complete release notes, and grab the RC yourself for Windows, Mac or Linux straight from Adobe Labs.

Adobe releases Flash Player 10.1 Release Candidate originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 06 Apr 2010 12:48:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Windows 7 Release Candidate starts bi-hourly hiccups today, seemingly affects nobody

Well here’s an interesting one: starting today, users of the legendary Windows 7 Release Candidate should “begin experiencing bi-hourly shutdowns,” yet we haven’t received a single tip on this annoying “feature.” We have only two assumptions: either our faithful readers have already moved on to the real thing, or you sly devils are on a hacked RC of some sort. In any event, you’ve got until June 1st to do a full reinstall (no upgrade options on RC, sadly), after which you’ll be blocked from important updates and persistently bugged by a “This copy of Windows is not genuine” notice. Need more arm-twisting? Just picture Steve Ballmer hunting you down with a sledgehammer.

Windows 7 Release Candidate starts bi-hourly hiccups today, seemingly affects nobody originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 01 Mar 2010 21:49:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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