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March 15, 2011 by

Oracle announces mobile app development tools

Oracle has launched an extension for its app development framework that provides tools for developing Java-based apps on a variety of mobile platforms.The Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile Client is an extension of Oracle ADF and can be used to design apps in a mix of design and Java code view.

September 8, 2008 by

Rose's iTunes 8 mockup and Let's Rock predictions

The Oracle of Cupertino, er Kevin Rose, has posted his predictions for tomorrow's Let's Rock event in San Francisco, it's mostly a re-hash of his previous predictions though:New design for the iPod Nano (this one)iPod price reductions2.1 software on iPod TouchiTunes 8.

June 19, 2007 by

More madness from north of the border

What IS going on in Scotland? According to the Sunday Herald, the Scottish Qualifications Authority -- which sets the curricula for non-degree further education -- is seriously considering making intelligent design taught on a par with evolutionary science.

October 4, 2006 by

Dave Duffield sheds light on his Workday

PeopleSoft founder Dave Duffield and friends have been working in their post-Oracle era on a new set of enterprise applications built from the ground up on modern technology--XML, SOA, Web services--to enable an "innovative core design." The Workday Web site has a preview, but it's more of a statement of position--no screenshots, test drives or other useful data.

September 30, 2006 by

More Saturday night quarterbacking on next SOA acquisitions

Amid the chatter on the next round of SOA acquisitions, where analysts like fellow ZDNet blogger Joe McKendrick are predicting that Oracle and perhaps SAP will be on a Fall spending spree, I have to agree to disagree. Oracle may well continue to enter vertical and specialized markets with outright purchases of industry-specific applications and data design concerns, but buying big chunks of SOA infrastructure -- they will opt to build instead.

September 6, 2005 by

O2 Xda Exec

The Xda Exec is large for a handheld, but it delivers the latest in mobile voice and data functionality, including Windows Mobile 5.0 and 3G, in a flexible hardware design.

February 5, 2002 by

Autodesk extends subscription program

Design and drafting software leader Autodesk announced Tuesday that it is expanding its subscription software program to Europe. Under the program, businesses pay an annual fee to access applications such as AutoCAD via Autodesk's Point A Web site rather than buying licenses and installing software on individual PCs. Autodesk launched the program in North America last August. Major software makers such as Microsoft and Oracle have been pushing subscription plans. The format benefits software companies with steadier revenue and piracy protection, while customers save on maintenance and support. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News


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