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November 4, 2013 By Nibbleblog


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January 22, 2012 by

How Apple is sabotaging an open standard for digital books

For nearly two years, Apple has wooed digital book publishers and authors with its unconditional support of the open EPUB standard. With last week's introduction of iBooks 2.0, Apple has deliberately locked out that standard. Here's why you should care.

March 26, 2009 by

Users already honing their IE 9 wish lists

Microsoft released the final version of Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8) to the Web exactly a week ago. But that doesn't mean users and developers are satisfied. Instead, many are champing at the bit to get Microsoft to commit to their favorite missing features for IE 9.

October 9, 2008 by

Australian Govt funds IT start-ups

This week Australia's Federal Government announced it had allocated $3.6 million in funding to 57 local research projects so that they could be commercialised, with many of them being web or IT-related start-ups.

January 13, 2008 by

Independent study advises IT planners to go OOXML

Market researchers with the Burton Group have issued a 37-page study -- not commissioned by Microsoft or any other tech vendor -- that finds Microsoft's OOXML document format to be more useful than the rival ODF format backed by Microsoft's competitors.

September 11, 2006 by

The coming RIA wars: A roundup of the Web's new face

A host of powerful new methods for rapidly creating compelling browser-based software (aka Rich Internet Applications) have recently come to market, or are rapidly heading there. While the technique getting the most press by far these days is still Ajax, there are a number of new approaches that are intent on dislocating this often finicky and hard to work with -- though very powerful -- browser software model. The goal? To help us more easily develop the next generation of Web applications that are every bit as good as or better than desktop PC applications.

March 9, 2006 by

Writely = Microsoft's Pearl Harbor?

In response to my post Blog swarm on Writely, Gary Edwards (who is steeped in OpenDoc and OpenOffice) penned this TalkBack:To understand why this deal is Peal Harbor for Microsoft, and a declaration of all out war for Google, i think one has to make a leap and consider that this isn't about applications. It's about the quality of the information experience one can find at Google, or, through the costly nightmare of maintaining a similar experience through revolving MS shrinkware.

February 19, 2006 by

Innovation Series: Developers

Though they may not be household names like Thorpie or Lleyton, local developers rank among the world's best. In this special report, we show off some of our best talent.


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