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A time-zone and daylight savings reference database used by systems including Mac OS X and Linux has been taken offline by a copyright suit brought by an astrology company
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What, exactly, is Microsoft's Cloud OS? Is it an operating system (OS) at all? Or is more of a database (or two) in the Blue/CloudDB sky?
What seems obvious to me is that Apple fears the database market within its OS is under severe threat from open source, and that it needs to give something back to its user base in order to stay in contention there.
commentary When you've got your database specialist, your glue logic guy and your OS expert together, where's the person who knows how real non-technical people react to software design?
CRViewer is a Crystal Reports report viewing applications that connects to your database (ANY Crystal Report compatible database!)...
The database software giant is creating programming tools for users of Apple's Mac OS X.
IBM on Thursday released an upgraded mainframe database with built-inanalysis software and more self-managing capabilities. The company said DB2 for z/OS Version 8, a mainframe-specific edition of IBM's database, is available and priced based on the processing power of the hardware.
'BatchXSLT for InDesign' converts InDesign documents into an easy to understand general purpose XML format and to a 'ready to use'...
The PC maker plans to build computing clusters based on an Oracle database and the Linux OS, and the companies intend to create a suite of cluster services.
The database giant welcomes third-party software makers into the Linux fold, offering help with development to companies whose products augment Oracle's efforts to back the Unix-like OS.
The database wars are waging on, as IBM rolled out an updated version of its DB2 Universal Database. The new version, due to ship on June 8, will run across a variety of operating systems, including Linux, Windows, AIX and OS/2.
FileMaker Inc. on Wednesday announced the development of FileMaker Mobile, which will provide users of the company's FileMaker Pro database with the ability to download databases into their Palm OS-compatible PDAs and take the data with them.
Today's lineup includes a video-display tweak for PowerBooks, Version 6 of Smith Micro's FAXstf, an updated database of Mac OS System enhancements, and an AppleScript utility for Mac OS 9's Multiple Users feature. Full story.
In keeping with Rhapsody's high-end slant, two database vendors announced editions of their software for Apple's new, objected-oriented OS. OpenBase International Ltd.
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