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Posted by inet on 2006-03-18       Article Source : InfoWorld

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. -- Interest in model-driven software development and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is high, but plenty of room for improvement remains for both technologies, according to speakers and attendees at the SD West 2006 conference on Wednesday.

Separate sessions at the conference focused on the two topics. During one 90-minute session, panelists from companies such as Microsoft, Compuware, and SAP mostly discussed shortcomings of software modeling.

Model-driven development needs to be woven with other technologies such as patterns

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-18       Article Source : Reuters

Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) sees a $370 million market springing up later this year for computer owners who want to upgrade to Vista, Microsoft's highly anticipated operating system, but do not want to buy a new PC, a Samsung executive said on Wednesday.
 
Some 37 million personal computers have been sold in the United States over the last three years with a processor that is powerful enough to run Microsoft Corp.'s Vista, according to Don Barnetson, an associate director at Samsung

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-17       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

Agile Software today announced Agile Advantage 2006, the latest version of its product lifecycle management (PLM) suite for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs).
 
By delivering greater visibility into the product lifecycle, Agile Advantage 2006 will speed product innovation, reduce product development costs, enhance product quality, and drive profitability, according to the firm.

Among other enhancements, Agile Advantage 2006 includes product compliance management, a module that helps SMBs to track material and substance information for each specific product against multiple

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17       Article Source : AP

PITTSBURGH - Carnegie Mellon University plans to incorporate characters and animation from the popular video game "The Sims" in its free educational software that strives to make computer programming more appealing to students.
 
The university will use the animation to enliven the next version of Alice, a teaching program developed over the past decade and used at more than 60 colleges and universities and about 100 high schools, said Randy Pausch, a computer science professor and director of the Alice

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-16       Article Source : Reuters

Research In Motion Ltd. said on Friday that it has acquired a privately held software firm and released an updated version of its corporate server, giving it new tools to more tightly connect its BlackBerry to corporate phone and data services.

RIM, which makes the popular BlackBerry e-mail and mobile phone device, did not disclose financial details of its purchase of Ascendent Systems.

San Jose, California-based Ascendent, which will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of RIM, makes software that extends the features from

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-12       Article Source : TechWeb News

SAP AG will launch a new version of its supply chain management suite in June, the German business software maker said Thursday.
 
The new version of mySAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) Version 5.0 comes with industry-specific functions, strengthens demand-driven fulfillment networks, links service and product supply chains and enables companies to create an flexible supply chain network.

The most notable addition to the software platform, service parts management capabilities, also known as the "after-sales market." The software integrates into

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-12       Article Source : Reuters

Design software maker Adobe Systems Inc. expects to see increasing revenues from the sale of its flagship products for use on mobile phones, its president and chief operating officer said on Thursday.
 
"We expect mobile to increasingly contribute to the company," Shantanu Narayen told Reuters in an interview in Finland where he visited clients such as Nokia.

Adobe, known for its Acrobat document sharing and, after its Macromedia acquisition last year, for Flash animation software, expects to increase penetration

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-11       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

InfoStreet today announced the release of StreetSmart 7.0, a significant upgrade to its flagship StreetSmart product. A hosted solution that is delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS), StreetSmart 7.0 is a Web-based software management platform for individuals and small businesses that delivers access to data such as mail, calendar appointments, files, and tasks.
 
Key enhancements of StreetSmart 7.0 include a central address book; application sharing, which enables users to establish permission levels to share data and applications with others; email with server-side

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-09       Article Source : eWeek

Don Haderle, the man known as the "father of DB2," has signed on to be the first member of a technical advisory board being set up by ANTs Software.
 
ANTs markets a super-fast SQL database management system, the ANTs Data Server.

Developed through supercomputing techniques where locking is avoided, it allows tremendous concurrency and the ability to process transactions in parallel in situations that have lots of users trying to get at the database, creating lots of contention. Read More...  

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-09       Article Source : eWeek

After years of jealously guarding access to its AOL Instant Messenger network, America Online is openly flirting with third-party developers looking to connect to its AIM service.
 
The Dulles, Va., company has launched Open AIM, a free developer kit that allows the creation of plug-ins, mashups and third-party applications that connect to AOL's 63 million AIM users.

The Open AIM program gives smaller companies, Web communities and developers access to the code base of AIM Triton, AOL's next-generation IM client,

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-08       Article Source : AFP

SAP, the world's leading marketer of business software, has outbid arch rival Oracle for a contract from the French government to harmonise its budget and accounting software.
 
A source close to the company provided AFP with the same information that was given in the French financial daily Les Echos.

SAP beat Oracle for the contract, which is valued at between 20-40 million euros (22-48 million dollars), the source said Friday.

The contract, which will initially cover the adaption

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-07       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Despite the buzz being generated by its Origami Project, Microsoft plans to give it only brief mention at the upcoming CeBIT trade show, even though that event coincides with when the company has said it will offer more details. The project apparently involves a mobile PC running Windows XP, according to a Web site about it.
 
The company will discuss Origami for "only 30 seconds" during its main press conference at the giant CeBIT trade show next week in Hanover, Germany,

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-06       Article Source : InformationWeek

Earthcomber LLC today introduced a free service that provides maps and directions on Windows Mobile-based PDAs and smart phones.
 
The service, which has been available on Palm's mobile platform, is built around GPS-enabled maps for U.S. territories. Mobile device users can specify directions for restaurants, hotels, and automatic teller machines and plot them on a map. Directions are available both through a wireless connection to the Internet, or via satellite with Earthcomber's GPS feature.

Windows Mobile users can download

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-04       Article Source : TechWeb News

Dassault Systemes SA, a French company that provides computer-aided design (CAD), manufacturing, engineering and product lifecycle management (PLM) software, on Thursday said it will acquire MatrixOne Inc., a product lifecycle management software provider, for approximately $408 million, in an all cash transaction for $7.25 per share.

The deal, approved by boards at both companies, should close by June.

The acquisition of Westford, Mass.-based MatrixOne gives Dassault Systemes a boost into markets less complex market that have complex processes, such as high-tech

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-04       Article Source : InformationWeek

An Internet site that promises to revolutionize television distribution is taking contributions from the general public and airing full-length content to anyone with a broadband connection.

Veoh 2.0 beta premiered Wednesday to allow broadband users to become broadcasters over the Web, without Federal Communications Commissions' rules, financial restrictions and geographic limitations that keep the most people from broadcasting and widely distributing viewer content.

Dmitry Shapiro, Veoh Networks Inc. CEO, said during a recent interview that the beta launch of Veoh 1.0

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