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Used by both professionals and novices to create rich interactive content for web sites, KoolMoves is a popular Flash authoring tool...

December 8, 2014 By Lucky Monkey Designs

HP EliteBook 8560w Mobile Workstation

The EliteBook 8560w is a well-built 15.6in. mobile workstation that can be configured with top-notch components, making it ideal for CPU-, GPU- and memory-intensive workloads. It's not especially portable, though, and battery life is among its least impressive features.

March 13, 2012 by

Does content management send you to sleep?

With all the talk of cloud computing, mobile widgets and rich web experiences these days, I fear some of the engine room components of the total technology stack may be getting rather less attention than they deserve.For example, a pal of mine used to head up a company that sold storage enclosures and RAID controllers.

March 30, 2009 by

Aspose.Words for Android

Aspose.Words for Android is a Java word processing component that enables developers to generate, modify, convert and render Word documents...

August 27, 2013 By Aspose

Android will be 100% open source, says Google

Contrary to some reports, everything that makes Android "Android", including all the core platform components and libraries needed to port Android to new devices will be open sourced under commonly used, industry standard licenses, says Google.[ See also: Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform ]What is openI confirmed with three different Google employees at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco that the core Android platform will be 100% open source.

June 1, 2008 by

OpenScape MobileConnect V3

OpenScape MobileConnect is an enterprise FMC/UC Integration solution that using the world classseamlessly unifies fixed enterprise...

October 27, 2011 By Siemens Enterprise Communications GmbH & Co KG

Google Dalvik Virtual Machine Goes Head to Head With Java & .NET

Google’s Android software ‘stack’ for mobile devices appears to be underpinned by a more substantially game-changing technology than at first thought in the form of the Google Dalvik virtual machine. Android includes an operating system, middleware and a set of core applications with reusable components and on the surface is billed as being capable of running Java applications on mobile phones under the Apache Licence 2.

November 14, 2007 by

Inside Intel's Santa Rosa platform

Improvements to the processor, chipset and wireless components of Intel's latest mobile platform should result in a new generation of faster notebooks with longer battery life. Business systems will also get Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) for the first time, while Turbo Memory should reduce the frequency of hard disk accesses, saving power and boosting performance.

May 9, 2007 by

Inside Intel's Sonoma

Intel's latest portable computing platform is here. We lift the lid on the improved CPU, chipset and wireless components, and outline the benefits that mobile professionals are likely to experience.

January 19, 2005 by

Intel behind HP's memory woes?

Flawed Intel components could have played a part in the recall of nearly one million problematic Hewlett-Packard notebooks yesterday.HP yesterday notified its customers it had discovered a "design flaw" which caused a high frequency of system hangs (or freezes) in up to 900,000 of its laptops containing certain combinations of memory brands, Intel chipsets and mobile Pentium processors.

June 28, 2004 by

Dell Inspiron 4100

With a cutting-edge processor and a high-resolution 14.1in. screen, the Inspiron 4100 is a straightforward two-spindle notebook that will appeal mainly to business users.

November 27, 2001 by

Motorola sees handsets growth in China

A "World Without Wires" is the slogan of Motorola's latest campaign, and the company is undoubtedly shifting its focus from traditional markets to newer, more exciting ones. Better known for its semiconductor components and communications equipment (such as paging and two-way radio systems), Motorola is all set to deliver mobile solutions for niche and general needs.

June 2, 2001 by

High security for e-banking in the works

Singapore, 24 January 2000 - Netlife Singapore and Algorithmic Research Singapore today announced apartnership to develop new security solutions for mobile bankingapplications, PKI (public key infrastructure), and kiosk implementations inAsia. The partnership adds Algorithmic Research's expertise incryptography, smartcards and the design of security components to Netlife'ssecure electronic business solutions.

July 28, 2000

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