Macromedia and Limelight Networks have announced the immediate availability
of Limelight MediaEdge Streaming for Macromedia Flash. The service enables
scalable Flash media streaming on the advanced Limelight content delivery
network and leverages the new Macromedia Flash Media Server 2.
Mandriva will gather its community of users across the globe during a
worldwide install party on Saturday, November 19th.
Stylus Studio has announced the immediate availability of Stylus Studio 2006
XML Enterprise Edition.
The SYS-CON AppServer Shoot-Out webcast is scheduled for Friday, November 18
at 1:30 eastern time. Free registration to the shootout can be found at
SYS-CON Media has posted several documents pertaining to a presentation given
by Michael Lynn at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas last week.
Firefox browser developer Mozilla has formed a wholly-owned subsidiary known
as The Mozilla Corporation as a way to generate profitibility from its
open-source development activities.
Time Warner is paying $2.4 billion to settle a shareholder lawsuit that had
alleged that the company improperly reported revenues between 1999 and 2002
Apache Derby 10.1.1.0 has been released.
Macromedia has made the most significant product announcement in its history.
The new Studio 8 software suite combines the latest releases of Dreamweaver,
Flash Professional, Fireworks, Contribute, and FlashPaper.
The LinuxWorld Expo Conference and Exhibition opens today in San Francisco,
with an estimated 11,000 developers expected to attend.
Novell will be open-sourcing its SuSE Linux. OpenSuSe, as it is called, is
intended to push Linux into more mainstream usability, so it can be easily
installed and deployed by "non-technical" users.
Novell has also announced the appointmen... (more)
The Mozilla Firefox browser has now reached 80 million downloads.
"Software patents are a huge potential threat to the ability of people to
work together on open source," said Linus Torvalds at the Open Source
Development Labs (OSDL) announcement at LinuxWorld of the Patent Commons
Is Sun’s JXTA ready to extend the Internet?
“I have seldom seen such a light-weight analysis with such poor
insight.” So writes a David R. in a feedback to a recent tutorial on
XML Rich Client Development and J2EE, written by Nexaweb CTO Coach Wei.