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October 15, 2012 by

Rackspace launches open PHP, Java SDKs for OpenStack

Rackspace is best known for co-founding OpenStack with NASA. As the open source cloud stack moves under the control of an independent foundation, and the OpenStack Summit gets underway, the public/private cloud provider has released two new PHP and Java SDKs targeting developers

April 4, 2012 by

Skype plans London hires for development

Internet telephony service Skype is set to hire 400 people in five cities across the world, with a quarter to be based in London.Microsoft-owned Skype plans to take on 100 employees in London to support the launch of a new technology centre, the company told the BBC on Wednesday.

February 28, 2012 by

APAC IT hiring outlook stays positive

Hiring sentiment healthy in region's IT industry compared to worldwide, as overall hiring forecast across globe reflects "cautious optimism" thanks to economic uncertainties, new report reveals.

January 30, 2012 by

TfL adds camera feeds to live travel news

Developers and London's drivers can find out where congestion is across the capital thanks to real-time information made available by Transport for London on its website and a new twitter feed.The live traffic news website gives people access to the feeds from over 170 cameras across London.

July 29, 2011 by

Oracle releases 'buggy' Java SE7

Java Standard Edition 7 is the first full release since Oracle completed its purchase of Sun in 2010, but developers have reported bugs that can crash virtual machines, corrupt data and cause errors in applications

July 13, 2011 by

JBoss Application Server 7 adds Java EE6 certification

Free and open source software company Red Hat has launched JBoss Application Server 7, which touts Java Enterprise Edition 6 Web Profile certification, easier deployment and a smaller memory footprint among its key developments.JBoss Application Server 7 can be issued as an on-site, virtualised or cloud-based deployment, which the company said provides developers with more freedom to create enterprise Java apps as well as mobile applications.

May 26, 2011 by

Fuzzy logic won't do in tech

Earlier this week, local papers reported that access to information--on bus arrival times--used in Singapore third-party mobile apps had been cut off by the country's primary bus operator, SBS Transit. Over 10 of such apps including SG Buses, SG NextBus and ShowNearby, with a user base of 1 million, had relied on SBS Transit's Intelligence Route Information System (Iris) to provide the data.

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