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Run OpenOffice.org 3.0 in your browser with Ulteo

Want to check out OpenOffice.org 3.0 but don't want to download the 142MB installer just to see if you like it? No problem. You can run it in a web browser thanks to Ulteo. Ulteo takes an interesting approach to online desktop and office suites. Unlike other online desktops that offer some storage space and a few simple, browser based apps, Ulteo offers access to a virtual Linux-based operating...

Download Squad Week in Review

Have you been spending the week trying to convince your friends and family that you're not only staying in the race so that you can have some leverage in your campaign for the vice presidency? Then here are a few stories you might have missed. Don't worry, it's happened to all of us at one point or another. Microsoft: Would you use our search engine for a shiny new nickel? This week could go...

Flipping the Linux switch: Switching, literally, with Ulteo Virtual Desktop

We are a little bit disturbed. Not in a "We just watched a David Lynch movie" sort of way, but still, it is a little unnerving to think that our last post on Ulteo hinted at a world domination plot... and now it seems that goal is within their reach. It is also a little unsettling to eat our words. We read about Ulteo's Virtual Desktop and its claims to run Linux apps quickly and smoothly under...

Download Squad Week in Review

It's been a busy week for anyone obsessed with operating system upgrades. Microsoft released Windows XP SP3 to manufacturers, Canonical launched Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron, and OpenSUSE 11 came one step closer to release. But this week's software news wasn't all operating systems, all the time. Here are a few of our favorite stories from the week that was: DRM strikes again: MSN Music customers left...

Ulteo releases Linux desktop; bent on world domination

When we last left our favorite evil geniuses at Ulteo, they were diligently plugging away at making OpenOffice.org applications accessible through a browser. Now, they've taken their plans for global domination one step further with Ulteo Application System Beta 1 (codename "Sirius"). For those of you wondering what exactly an "Application System" is: Think operating system. Yes, Ulteo's Sirius...

Run OpenOffice.org in a web browser, no installation necessary

Google, Zoho, ThinkFree probably think they're pretty cool because they let you create, edit, and share office documents online. But none has quite as many features as Microsoft Office or its open source competitor: OpenOffice.org. Now there's a way to run a OpenOffice.org inside your web browser. No need to download and install anything (except for Java). Online desktop startup Ulteo has...