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Posted by inet on 2005-12-22       Article Source : NewsFactor

Computing is a dynamic field in which standards and practices rarely stay the same for long. Nowhere is this truism more evident today than in software installations.
Once upon a time, if you wanted to install an application, one or two floppy disks did the trick. Now, it is rare to find fully featured business applications that can fit on fewer than one or two CD-ROMs. With the arrival of the Internet, it wasn't long before you could purchase new

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-21       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Yahoo Inc. will make available to subscribers of its Web hosting services the open-source WordPress blog publishing software, both organizations are announcing on Tuesday.
The deal is similar to one Yahoo struck last week with Six Apart Ltd., maker of Moveable Type, and is intended to broaden the blogging software options accessible to individuals and companies that use Yahoo to host their Web sites.

Like Moveable Type, WordPress will be a free option to all new and existing Yahoo

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-21       Article Source : Reuters

IBM, the world's biggest computer company, said on Tuesday it bought privately-held Bowstreet Inc. to make it easier for business customers to gather and view business information from different sources.
Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Bowstreet of Tewksbury, Massachusetts, has about 75 employees and counts drugmaker Bayer AG and chemical maker DuPont Co. among its customers.

The acquisition is an expansion of International Business Machines Corp.'s business of enabling customers to gather computer information such as databases, electronic

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-20       Article Source : Reuters

Oracle Corp. on Monday effectively reduced its prices for database software licenses tied to multicore microprocessors to reflect the growing use of the powerful chips among its customers.
With chipmakers now producing multicore microprocessors that produce faster performance, Oracle switched its pricing so customers would not have to pay more money to run the same amount of database software.

"As technology evolves, we have adapted our licensing models to accommodate these changes," Oracle Vice President Jacqueline Woods said.
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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-20       Article Source : Reuters

Digital video recording pioneer ReplayTV plans to announce on Monday it will start selling software to allow personal computers to tune in and record live television next year in a deal with Hauppauge Digital's Hauppauge Computer Works.
Hauppauge's WinTV-PVR tuner-encoder card, which lets PCs tune in and record live television, will be sold with ReplayTV software starting next year in North America.

ReplayTV, owned by D&M Holdings (6735.T), said it has successfully restructured over the past year, and its

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-18       Article Source : USA TODAY

Once upon a time, I used to get a lot of professional e-mail from aol.com addresses. America Online was hot then, and it was for a lot of people the easiest way to get to the Internet.
Today, however, few professionals I know would want to have an aol.com address on their business mail. If they don't have a corporate address (e.g., at microsoft.com), a lot of them have turned to Google Mail. It, and to a lesser extent Yahoo

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-16   

The video-game industry saw software sales decline from 2004 levels for a third straight month in November as the launch of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 console helped erode demand for existing titles.
U.S. video-game sales plunged 18 percent from last year to about $700 million in November, market research firm NPD Group said on Wednesday.

The overall results were buoyed somewhat by hardware sales, which gained 10 percent to about $456 million over November 2004. Including accessories, total industry

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-16       Article Source : PC World

I'm not ready to ditch my laptop in favor of my Treo 650. But if I had to make do with only a handheld for a day or two, DataViz's venerable Documents to Go would certainly help me get my work done. I tried out the latest release of the Premium Edition (version 8) and was pleasantly surprised at its out-of-the-box usability.
I haven't always had great luck with previous versions of the suite that I've encountered bundled on some

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-15       Article Source : InfoWorld

A long-awaited interim update to the current version of Microsoft's Windows Server OS, called Windows Server 2003 R2, is finally ready.
The update, available to customers in 60 days, should be 100 percent compatible with apps running on the current release of Windows Server 2003, said Bob Muglia, senior vice president for servers and tools at Microsoft.

Virtualization is a key focus of the update, which is designed to work closely with Virtual Server 2005, MOM (Microsoft Operations Manager)

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-15       Article Source : Reuters

Yahoo Inc. and Six Apart Ltd., creator of Movable Type -- the most popular software used to create professional blogs -- said on Sunday Yahoo will be the preferred supplier of Movable Type for small businesses.
The partnership is the latest in a string of deals by the world's largest Internet media company as it seeks to embrace so-called "social media," the new generation of Web sites that encourage Internet users to share written text, photos and videos.


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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-11       Article Source : TechWeb News

VitalSource Technologies Inc. is making 'A Christmas Carol,' the classic Dickens tale of penny-pinching Ebenezer Scrooge available as a free download to anyone who visits the company's Web site and downloads its VitalSource Bookshelf software, the company said Thursday.
VitalSource Bookshelf is a software platform publishers use to make books available digitally. It allows publishers to create and distribute books with additional content linked to the text.

The software company, which delivers content using an iTunes-like model, is broadening

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-11       Article Source : eWeek

Microsoft Corp. postponed the introduction of the next test release of its Internet Explorer 7 Web browser until sometime in 2006, according to comments posted to the company's site for software developers.
In a blog posting on the software giant's MSDN developer site, Dean Hachamovitch, product line manager for IE at Microsoft, said that the Redmond, Wash.-based company will post an "updated pre-release build of IE 7 for Windows XP publicly" during the first calendar quarter of 2006. The IE

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-10       Article Source : AFP

Curbing the use of illegally copied software would yield vast economic benefits globally -- including in countries like China and Russia, where piracy rates are high, an industry study concluded.
The study covering 70 countries released by the Business Software Alliance that cutting the global rate of software piracy -- estimated at 35 percent -- by 10 percentage points would generate 2.4 million jobs, 400 billion dollars in economic activity and 67 billion dollars in tax revenues globally.


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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-09       Article Source : NewsFactor

Microsoft has released Windows Server 2003 R2, an upgrade to its primary server operating system designed to deliver new capabilities for branch-office management, identity and access management, virtualization, and Web technologies.
R2, based on Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, is said to provide faster data replication and advanced compression technologies to help remote offices deal with wide-area network issues.

Going Virtual

The software giant also said that, for a limited time, with the purchase of a

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-08       Article Source : Reuters

Cisco Systems Inc. on Tuesday said it is introducing technology to speed the performance of software programs running over long-distance corporate networks, as the communications equipment leader seeks out a stake in how the next generation of software is managed.
The announcement marks Cisco's entry into what it expects to be a key future market, one the company hopes will spur billions of dollars in sales and raise its revenue growth rate.

The latest technology, known as "application networking

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