Opera Software have reported increased downloads of its Opera 10.50 browser, following the introduction of the Choice Screen in March. […]
Mark Proctor has updated the research network page for research projects involving Drools. “It’s great to see Drools used so […]
Eugene Ostroukhov has blogged about a new IDE specifically created for developers working on the recently open-sourced Symbian platform.
The revised release schedule for Ruby 1.9.2 has been released. The specification freeze, which will lock down the list of […]
Currently, preview releases of Maven 3 are available to download from the Maven website and, with a final release of Maven 3 expected for the second quarter of this year, JAXenter caught up with Jason van Zyl to ask him if Maven users should be making any preparations, ready for the Maven 3 launch……
Denis Roy has blogged that Eclipse.org has upgraded their bandwidth from 80Mbps Ethernet to a 100 Mbps connection, which means […]
Microsoft has released a preview version of Internet Explorer 9. The IE9 Platform Preview includes the first release of Microsoft’s […]
The W3C have invited Microsoft to create an Incubator Group for their recently-announced Open Data Protocol(OData) API.
Precise have announced version 8.7 of their tool for monitoring storage access patterns for business transactions and applications. Precise 8.7 […]
Verzion wireless have announced that their Droid for Motorola smartphone will be updated to the Android 2.1 software this week. […]
A Demo Kit of SAP’s Web Dynpro programming model for developing user interfaces, is now available to download.
Despite the fact that the Google Nexus One is the most advanced Android handset to date, and enjoyed substantial buzz leading up to its release, the launch has been overshadowed by lower than expected sales, begins a blog post at mobile analysts Flurry’s blog.
AJDT targeting Eclipse 3.6 is now available for download. The AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) project provides Eclipse-based tool support for AOSD […]
Another Eclipse project has joined the growing list of Eclipse SOA sub-projects, according to a blog post by Florian Lautenbacher. The Java Workflow Tooling (JWT) project has completed the Move Review, and is now a part of the Eclipse SOA top-level project. It will join Swordfish and STP SCA as Eclipse SOA sub-projects.