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Lottery Looper

Lottery Looper is a powerful tool with no complicated interfaces to hold you back. You will be creating intelligent numbers in a matter...

November 17, 2014 by Timersoft

Handy Randy

Uses of random numbers range from the frivolous (playing games) to the serious (handing out door prizes at events, or selecting random...

November 11, 2014 by Stevens Creek Software

Microsoft launches Windows 8, Surface: By the numbers

Microsoft today announced Windows 8 and the Surface tablet at an event in New York. The software giant also threw out some interesting, previously unseen numbers and figures. Here's what you need to know.

October 25, 2012

Remember It Passwords App

Never be without your important information again!Remember It is an app to help you store and organize all your important information...

October 29, 2014 by marcucio.com

Westfield pulls app function over privacy

Westfield has had to disable a feature in its Malls iPhone app temporarily, after a software architect's investigation into the app found that it was enabling public access to information on the number plate numbers of those parked there, and time of entry to mall parking stations.

September 14, 2011 by

Red Hat offers Supremes an audacious brief

Because the boundaries of software patents are exceedingly vague and the numbers of issued software patents is now enormous, it is virtually impossible to rule out the possibility that a new software product may arguably infringe some patent.

October 5, 2009 by

20 hours to upgrade Windows 7 ... maybe, but it's a fringe case

Last Friday Chris Hernandez, a Microsoft Software Engineer, posted benchmark result data to show how Microsoft had managed to get the Windows 7 upgrade time to be faster than, or at least equal within the five percent, to the Vista SP1 upgrade time. One data point however stands out in this sea of numbers, and that's the one that shows how upgrading from Vista to Windows 7 (32-bit) where the system has 650Gb of data and 40 applications could take as long as 1215 minutes on mid-range hardware.

September 13, 2009 by

Assessing the Enterprise 2.0 marketplace in 2009: Robust and crowded

Social software platforms, including services such as Facebook and Twitter, have become one of the primary channels for communication amongst consumers this year, even eclipsing e-mail in some parts of the developed world.The same however, can’t quite be said yet for the workplace. While the adoption numbers for social applications are still impressive in business (about half of all large organizations), actual adoption and use is lagging significantly behind the non-business world as organizations take the time to assess a range of issues with enterprise social computing, including appropriateness, security, control, management methods, and roll-out strategies.The choices of social tools these days can be daunting and are only increasing rapidly, with new entries appearing weekly and existing ones being upgraded often. What’s increasingly needed is a detailed look at what’s currently available in business-class social software and how it sizes up, which we’ll try to do in high-level form here.

July 29, 2009 by

Reductive to service Puppet open source configman tools

Key founders of Puppet have incorporated and received $2 million in venture capital funding to advance the open source configuration management software project.Reductive Labs,  which has evolved from the same named consulting firm founded in 2003, will provide training, service and support for Puppet, the next generation open source infrastructure automation framework which is reportedly gaining strength and numbers of users.

June 24, 2009 by

Your next software buying decision: zero cost?

My piece about SugarCRM contains a line from Vinnie Mirchandani that's been ringing in my ears: "They're tiny." What's tiny about:Free edition400,000 users50,000 systemsCommercial customers100,000 users5,000 systemsI'd have thought most application software vendors would carve off their right arm with a broken hacksaw to get those sort of adoption numbers.

April 30, 2009 by

MobileTechRoundup show #165, iPhone 3.0, Palm Pre, smartphone market share

Apple is announcing the iPhone 3.0 software next week and James, Kevin, and myself kick off MobileTechRoundup show #165 about what we think may be in this update. Palm and Sprint held their Palm Pre webcast this week and you just may find all three of the MoTR guys with a new Sprint line when the Pre comes out so listen to the show to hear why we are all considering it. The 4th quarter 2008 smartphone numbers are in and I tried to stand up for Nokia even though their numbers continue to fall. James is also pleased to find eReader now on the BlackBerry platform.

March 13, 2009 by

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