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Oracle previews Fusion user experience

John Wookey, senior vice president of application development, laid out Oracle's applications strategy, including the ephemeral Fusion Project, this morning at OracleWorld. He started off by reassuring the audience that Oracle is committed to deliver a great next generation platform, but also to improve products customers are running today.

October 25, 2006 by Dan Farber

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Lost iPod not yet reunited with owner, but I have new clues

First, I want to thank what appears to be hundreds of bloggers that have joined in the effort to help reunite the iPod that I recently found with its owner. Since the initial post that started my Web-based quest, I've also listed the found iPod on Craigslist's lost and found (Boston Area) and checked lostipods.

October 25, 2006 by David Berlind

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Oxfam: Innovating to deliver humanitarian relief

In our most recent CIO Sessions video, I interviewed Simon Jennings, CIO of Oxfam GB. As a non-profit dealing with issues of poverty and suffering around the world, Oxfam has come up with innovative ways to deliver application services and mobile solutions to remote, and often insecure, locations.

October 24, 2006 by Dan Farber

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Microsoft's Desktop Windows staff: We love Javascript. Microsoft's Mobile Windows staff: What's Javascript?

When AJAX, otherwise known as Asynchronous Javascript and XML, first became all the rage (mostly thanks to Google), Microsoft didn't waste anytime reminding AJAX-watchers that it pioneered the idea of mass-distributed AJAX-based applications with its browser-based version of Outlook (aka: Outlook Web Access or OWA for short). See Will the real AJAX pioneer please stand up?

October 24, 2006 by David Berlind

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Evaluating Firefox 2

Firefox 2 is officially shipping. Following on Robert Vamosi's evaluation of IE 7, here is his take on the new open source browser:The good: Firefox 2 adds built-in antiphishing protection, search engine suggestions, session festore, inline spell-checking, and Live Titles; the browser is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux; localized versions available in many different languages.

October 24, 2006 by Dan Farber

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Oracle's heavyweight WebCenter

Oracle announced today WebCenter Suite 10g R3, which it describes as a "next-generation user interaction environment." It will deliver task-oriented, contextual, multi-channel interactions for information workers, bringing Web 2.

October 24, 2006 by Dan Farber

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Has Ubuntu Linux overtaken Mac OS X as Google Trends' runner-up to Windows?

Justin over at The Linux Advocate Blog thought he picked up on something interesting in Google Trends:Apparently Ubuntu Linux has not only surpassed its major competitor in Linux ( SuSE ) in popularity, as well as the distro it's based off of (Debian) , but it seems to have also surpassed another major competitor. Yes, that's right!

October 24, 2006 by David Berlind

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