IBM has unveiled a new release of the search software it developed with Yahoo and distributes without charge. The updated engine can help users better customize and personalize searches for information stored within their companies and on the Web, IBM said.
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IBM signed on Monday an agreement to resell Mainsoft's new .Net Extensions for WebSphere Portal product that will allow companies to use .Net to create Java applications for IBM's WebSphere portal.
As companies move to restrict Web surfing at work, more of them are blocking access to MySpace than to Facebook, according to a survey released Wednesday by Web security company Barracuda Networks Inc.
Microsoft last week took the wraps off an initiative that it hopes will expand the use of model-driven design techniques and ease the process of developing composite applications within a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
Microsoft has committed to releasing Visual Studio 2008 and its .Net Framework 3.5 technology by the end of this month.
Microsoft this week plans to unveil a new initiative that will focus on taking model-driven design mainstream, easing the process of developing composite applications within a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
MySpace and Skype Wednesday announced plans to jointly bring free Internet voice communications to the social networking site
Google is set to roll out new features to its Google Analytics service and a beta release of Version 5 of the Web analytics server software gained with its acquisition of Urchin Software two and half years ago.
IBM on Tuesday unveiled a preview version of two tools it said will allow non-technical users to "mash up" information and data from disparate sources to build new applications.
Yahoo Inc. has made significant enhancements to its search engine that the company said boosts the speed of searches and accuracy of results.
Microsoft has begun shipping Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, which it said will allow companies to use a single tool to monitor, analyse and plan business operations.
Sun Microsystems Monday unveiled the second major version of its GlassFish open-source application server, adding an enterprise-class feature like clustering and central administration to the Java EE 5-based software.
Yahoo has quietly rolled out a beta version of a new social networking site called Mash that will let users to create online profiles similar to the likes of MySpace and Facebook.
An artificial intelligence company next month will unveil plans for a programme that will help its AI software "learn" by interacting with humans in virtual worlds.
Intel two weeks ago quietly launched an online community to solicit suggestions from users, partners and others for new features in the next generation of its vPro chips.
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