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BEA's chief software architect is jumping ship from BEA Systems - which he joined in 2001 when BEA acquired Crossgain. His next employer: Google, Inc.
'Osama Bin Ladin was found hanged by two CNN journalists early Wedensday [sic] evening,' reads a bogus posting currently doing the rounds of the Internet. The posting encourages unsuspecting novices to click on corroborating photos which are, of course, download links to the virus. 'As...
VANCOUVER, B.C., July 13, 2004: Bluestream Database Software Corp. (www.bluestream.com) a leading provider of XML data solutions for content management, e-learning, health care and legacy system applications, announced today the release of its revolutionary XStreamDB 3.1 native XML DBM...
Microsoft Corp. and AmberPoint Inc. have announced that the developers edition of AmberPoint's industry-leading Web services management software for the Microsoft.NET Framework will be distributed with Microsoft Visual Studio2005 Team System, significantly widening Amberpoint's communi...
Japan's National Institute of Genetics, also known as Idenken, and Fujitsu Limited have agreed to collaborate on development of a next-generation database system. With the goal of developing a research and business platform for the post-genome era of biotechnology, an industry that is ...
One of the basic challenges of XML developers is formulating best practices and design guides for defining their XML content. This is especially pervasive in industry communities, which is why there has been a growth of community-based XML specifications and standards.
The United Nations' official telecommunications agency is aiming to make spam and Internet porn a thing of the past by 2007. The news emerged from a meeting being held in Geneva this week by the International Telecommunications Union, bringing together regulators from 60 countries as w...
The anger expressed by politicians and workers over high-tech jobs lost to India and other low-wage countries is really a distraction from the real threat, according to the president of research firm Strategy Analytics. 'Looking forward, we don't really see the big threat in the long r...
The management team of Comdex, which they are 'postponing' this year, says not to worry, that the show will be back in 2005. 'Wouldn't it be pretty to think so?' muses Roger Strukhoff. Meantime, he mourns today's announcement and looks back at the ups and downs of 'the one event that d...
Altova showcased its Version 2004 Release 4 (v2004r4) product line at Sun Microsystems' 2004 JavaOne conference at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Altova engineers demonstrated the latest enhancements of Altova's XML development suite.
The Sarvega XML Context Router, announced today, is the first product to enable loosely coupled multi-point XML Web services across wide area networks (WANs).
Microsoft and Multimap, a provider of online mapping and location-based solutions, have signed an agreement to accelerate the delivery of solutions based on the Microsoft MapPoint Web Service.
This week, for his invention of the Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee received $1.2 million from the Finnish Technology Award Foundation. The amount represents the first ever Millennium Technology Prize, which recognizes technological innovations of lasting benefit to society. 'Tim Berners-Lee'...
Intervoice, Inc., has announced the general availability of its Omvia Voice Express applications suite, which supports both industry standards Speech Application Language Tags (SALT) and Voice Extensible Mark-up Language (VoiceXML).
Ipedo has launched the EII Challenge, a program designed to demonstrate the power of Enterprise Information Integration (EII) in corporate environments. The EII Challenge offers organizations the chance to experience benefits of EII with no risk.
Sarvega recently announced the integration of its XML Guardian Gateway with Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) from Computer Associates, (CA), providing customers a comprehensive solution for processing, securing and managing XML-based Web services.
OpenLink Software has released Virtuoso 3.5, its universal server platform for service-oriented and event-driven applications.
QUALCOMM today unveiled its Developer Extract XML report for the BREW solution. The report provides BREW developers access to application usage information and may be used for business intelligence reporting and financial reconciliation.
Service Integrity recently released its SIFT XML Visibility Software, 2.0, the only solution to provide deep visibility into business processes by pinpointing business and operational data from XML and Web services data flows.
DataPower announced today the availability of firmware release 3.0 for its XML-aware networking hardware: DataPower XS40 XML Security Gateway and DataPower XA35 XML Accelerator.
The latest version of Ipedo's XML Intelligence Platform now incorporates product enhancements to facilitate delivery of on-demand intelligence.
With the release of the Reactivity Gateway-D, Reactivity provides the industry's first desktop XML firewall appliance designed to boost the productivity of Web services developers.
SIFTTM XML Visibility Software from Service Integrity, Inc., is the only solution to provide deep visibility into business processes by pinpointing critical business and operational data from XML and Web services data flows. This unique capability enhances overall business operations ...
Two new toolkits are now available for XyEnterprise's Content@, a content management and workflow software application.
Challenges of Building Web Pages from XML Data in XSL Technology Developing professional Web pages based on XML data using XSL has historically been a time-consuming and expensive task due to the following challenges: Basic knowledge of XSL is insufficient for implementing fully-featur...
Version 2004 Release 4 (v2004r4) of Altova's entire product line is available immediately, providing major enhancements ranging from advanced editing features and new data integration capabilities to user interface improvements and new product editions.
Microsoft's Antivirus Award Program, the $5 million fund to reward people for coming forward with information about those who release major worms and viruses, scored a major success when the Sasser culprit was brought to book at the weekend.
Tarari Inc. has released its latest XML Silicon technology - the RAX Content Processor, with the industry's first silicon implementation of Random Access XML (RAX).
The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) version 1.0 has been approved as an OASIS Standard, the highest level of ratification. CAP enables the exchange of emergency alert and public warning information over data networks and computer-controlled warning systems.
The new XG4 (XML Generation 4) family of chips and modules about to be released by DataPower is the first to break the 1 gigabit barrier, enabling server, blade, security and networking device vendors to embed fast, secure XML-aware networking into Web services devices.
New data field types, math functions, and advanced real-time validation options for designing 'smart' forms for XML are among the enhancements that make Ektron's eWebEditPro+XML Version 4.1 a powerful tool for creating structured XML content in Web-based applications.
This week, Jon Bosak, Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems and Chair, OASIS Universal Business Language Technical Committee, announced the approval of UBL 1.0 to UBL TC members. Following, the text of his announcement.
As anticipated Web-wide since last week, Google just filed for its IPO - a $2.7 billion offering that ranks as one of the largest ever. Last year's profits, according to IPO papers filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, were $105.5 million on revenue of $961.8 million, up f...
How do five of IBM's most highly-placed executives, the five GMs of its Software Group, see the future unfolding in areas like grid and autonomic computing, security, systems management, application development, and SOAs? What's the current story with DB2, how do Tivoli and Lotus fit i...
Computer Associates has sacked the head of its worldwide sales operation, EVP Stephen Richards, the latest executive claimed by the investigation of the revenue-inflating scandal that has gripped the company for several years now and stripped CEO and chairman Sanjay Kumar of his titles...
The director of IBM WebSphere was there, along with the president of open-source JBoss and Borland's GM of developer tools. Much of Javaland was there, in fact. The occasion? A press event in San Francisco ushering in version 1.4 of J2EE, being billed by Sun as 'the leading enterprise ...
According to the very latest reports, the Google IPO is just days away from being announced. The company is due to file a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission any moment, says the news agency Reuters.
'GMail created a surprising storm for a product that hasn't yet been released,' writes the chairman of the EFF, Internet pioneer Brad Templeton. 'I come to this problem from two sides,' he continues. 'One, I'm a fan of Google, and have been friends with Google's management since they s...
Tim Berners-Lee, who when last we looked was being knighted by the Queen, has been given the very first Millennium Technology Prize by the Finnish Technology Award Foundation for creating the World Wide Web and not making any money off of it or patenting it. To kinda make it up to him ...
To absolutely no fanfare, Microsoft - well, five developers at Microsoft at any rate - quietly took their internally developed Windows Installer XML (WiX), the toolkit that builds Windows installation packages from XML, and on Monday plunked the tools and the source code on SourceForge...


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