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The Eclipse Foundation today announced a series of moves for its Mylyn project, including a number of sub-projects and support for web services standards efforts.
Google sees value in using location-based services, such as Google Latitude and Google Buzz to connect to disparate Web services and provide recommendations, but the search engine believes it's important to mitigate the potential privacy scares associated with such services. To do this, Google product manager Steve Lee said making such services opt-in is crucial. There would also have to be a mutual understanding between the friend providing the recommendation from an app and the recipient of the recommendation for this to work.
The Motorola Backflip arrived on the AT&T network over the weekend, making it the carriers first smartphone to feature the Google Android operating system. Backflip is priced at $100 after rebate and can take advantage of AT&Ts HSPA 7.2 technology.
A regional bank in New Orleans takes a hard look at itself and adopts SOA as part of a major transformation
Search engine maker Google is again providing scholarships in 2010 for student open source works. Information is now first hand this week in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe.
Graphics beyond Java
Information has gone from scarce to superabundant. That brings huge new benefits, says Kenneth Cukier (interviewed here)—but also big headaches
Perceptive Pixel chief scientist Jefferson Han has big plans for changing how people use computers
The technique relies on software that performs real-time ray tracing
Responsables de Google han mostrado su falta de optimismo sobre el futuro del PC como plataforma desde la que realizar búsquedas on-line.
How can developers create great apps using just a simulator? They can't, so good iPad apps may be a ways off
Visual Studio Team Explorer 2010, based on Teamprise technology acquired from SourceGear, enables TFS to serve as an ALM server for multiple platforms
T-Mobile USA has replaced Yahoo with Google as its default search engine on mobile phones, such as BlackBerry smartphones. Yahoo says it will continue to work with T-Mobile, citing the recent partnership on Yahoo Mail and Yahoo Messenger and on content services such as the placement of various Yahoo services on T-Mobile's Web2Go portal. Default search deals significantly improve search engine market share, as users are more likely to carry out searches through the search engine presented by the browser.
Mountain View remakes Redmond in own image