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The technology giant has released a software update for iPhone and iPad users, following reports of an Exchange Server calendar related bug that would overload servers.
As the world moves on from the latest iPhone announcement, there was news about Intel, Klout, YouTube and Windows Server 2012.
The network-attached storage (NAS) server is for those who want to store their data locally, yet have access to that data over the web. To make that even easier, Synology offers apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Secure remote server access for the iPad and iPhone highlight this Raritan software release.
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced plans at BlackBerry World 2011 for a multiplatform upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) that will allow it to also support and manage iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
The website owner sooner or later will realize that a live chat room is one of the crucial elements required for boosting the popularity...
I just downloaded a free new iPhone application, called CreekWatch, that will let me take a more active role in reporting on the health of watersheds and reservoirs that I see both near my home and when I'm on the road.The application, which was developed by IBM and is running on an IBM research lab server, is an example of Citizen Science and using crowdsourcing technology for green purposes.
Mobile enterprise software specialist Cortado has extended its mobile Corporate Server product to support iPads, the company announced on Monday.The platform —which is already available for the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices— allows office workers to perform common tasks, such as accessing documents or querying database reports remotely.
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A scant 17 days after Apple released iOS 4.0.1, a Web-based jailbreak is available for the iPhone 4. The problem is that the server -- at JailbreakMe.com is currently slammed.
News to know: iPhone pre-orders, Microsoft ad campaign, Twitter, Apple security update; IBM-Coremetrics
AT&T's server overload from iPhone pre-orders, a new Office 10 ad campaign and improvements to Twitter are among today's top headlines. RSS, or email.
A second and more nefarious iPhone worm has been discovered that connects to a Lithuanian server to upload stolen data and turn control of the device over to the bot master. Lovely.
OnOne Software has just released an update for its excellent DSLR Camera Remote app. The updated version 1.2 of server software for the app -- which lets you use your iPhone or iPod Touch as a wireless cable release for DSLRs -- adds support for the Nikon D300s and fixes a number of compatibility issues.
The pitch of iPhone rumors keeps climbing towards a teeth-grinding, mind-numbing howl in advance of Monday's announcements at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Will the likely actual announcements and demonstrations — of an iPhone software platform that really can be used for the enterprise, of an improved Mac OS X OS for client and server machines, of better tools for developers, and of improved support for the Mac in the SMB space, and dare we say it, the enterprise — be a total letdown for the rumor machine?
The handset maker's answer to the iPhone App Store and the Android Marketplace has opened for business, suffering server overload in the process
In what many are calling a technology breakthrough, the Enterprise Geeks have managed to shoehorn an SAP ABAP server onto the iPhone. Per the blurbs:There were some obvious technical challenges to getting a piece of software that was designed for 64-bit memory architecture and multiple CPUs to run in the considerably smaller hardware of the iPhone.
I followed the live coverage of the iPhone 3.0 event over at GDGT Live and am leaning more and more towards picking up an iPhone 3G for myself soon. The key improvements include cut/copy/paste, notifications via a push server, Bluetooth improvements, landscape orientation and keyboard support in all key apps (including email), and more involved developer API support.
Microsoft's ActiveSync licensing program is continuing full-steam ahead.Last year, Apple acknowledged it had licensed ActiveSync to enable better synchronization between Exchange Server and the iPhone.
A new iPhone app called "ServersMan@iPhone" turns the iPhone into a full-blown Web server. The name is said to be a tribute to Sony's "WalkMan.
DataViz started talking about Office support for the iPhone last Fall and according to AppScout we should see the official announcement of Documents To Go for the iPhone at MWC in just over a week. In addition DataViz may be announcing Documents To Go for the Google Android platform as well as RoadSync for Android. I use their excellent RoadSync product to sync to my Exchange server on my Nokia E71 S60 device and it is killer. I have been testing and liking TouchDown on my G1, but with the vast experience of DataViz I am looking for an even better product in RoadSync.
A couple of functions I enjoy on my Apple iPhone is interacting with my friends on social networks and via instant messaging. I have been using several different applications for these interactions and with the inability of the iPhone to multi-task using 3rd party applications this is not a great experience. Over the past week, I have been using the new Pinger Phone application that brings in my Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace social network friends and Yahoo!, AIM, Windows Live, and Google Talk IM contacts for a full and complete solution in a single package. There is also a server back end so that text messages can be used to notify you of new IM replies when Pinger Phone is not running.
Open-Xchange has made a great deal of progress since my time with them. They've developed a hosted version of their collaborative application software (available as an offering through several hosting companies), updated their packaged server solution, added a new "appliance" edition and have announced the support of iPhone and Mac OS X-based systems to the long list of supported clients.
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