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We've been covering The Road To KDE 4.0 for quite a while now, and KDE.News is finally out with a new article to cover the new Konsole in KDE 4.0. While the KDE terminal program may not be as interesting as Strigi, Kalzium, or CMake, the version found in KDE 4.0 will be home to a multitude of improvements.