Noticias y opinión en Ingeniería del software
Conetic defiende y exige la neutralidad tecnológica que permita competir en base al valor incorporado, al precio y al riesgo-garantía.
Gmail engineer wants to use emerging HTML5 standard whereever possible
Left or Right? Early detection of soccer penalty kicks revealed at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
With Steve Jobs sour on the Web software and not letting it into iPhones and iPads, Adobe is getting it in as many smartphones as possible
Mirage project cuts software bloat caused by traditional stacks
(PhysOrg.com) -- A Scottish student who became worried about the lack of privacy on sites like Facebook has come up with a solution - hes developed his own social networking program.
SkypeKit gives Linux developers access to core functionality, SILK codec.
CENATIC e ITI firman un convenio de colaboración para fomentar el uso de las tecnologías basadas en fuentes abiertas
El pasado mes de mayo tuvo lugar la firma del convenio de colaboración, entre la Fundación Centro Nacional de Referencia de Aplicación de las TIC basadas en Fuentes Abiertas – CENATIC y el Instituto Tecnológico de Informática – ITI.
Just a week after declaring its independence, the Unified Testing Initiative (UTI), a global not-for-profit mobile application testing body and home to the "Java Verified" program, has announced new Java Verified testing services for simple Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) applications.
Google Voice Launches to All as Google Eyes Integration With Google Apps
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Google June 22 made its Google Voice application available to anyone who wants to use it, putting the search engine in position to tack more users on to its total of 1.4 million-plus. The next level of efficiency might be to integrate Google Voice with specific Google Apps beyond just Gmail. For example, Google could integrate Google Voice with Google Talk to place audio calls, though it is unclear how Gizmo5 would fit in here. Google could also integrate Google Voice with Google ...
Keeping MSN relevant and saving the NHS money, maybe
A new standard from the World Wide Web Consortium brings the Web a step closer to realizing the vision of its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee.
Security experts agree that there's something wrong with the software development process, but there are differing opinions on how to solve the problem
A Stanford-based consortium of libraries will keep electronic backups of government documents, according to a new agreement – and that will add "a layer of trust in access to government information."
Branches code tree for formats future