Stories by Paul Krill

Microsoft links PHP and business intelligence

Microsoft this week began offering a software development kit intended to boost interoperability between <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/d/developer-world/zend-adds-code-tracing-php-web-app-server-864">PHP</a> applications and Microsoft's business intelligence and reporting software.

Oracle execs cite modularity in Java's future

As Oracle has been prone to do for the past nine months, company officials Tuesday pledged a strong commitment to Java technology. They even offered glimpses of a modular future for the platform.

Symbian lays out mobile OS roadmap

Symbian Foundation, responsible for development of the Symbian mobile OS, is readying its Symbian^3 and Symbian^4 versions of the platform, with version 3 likely to be feature-complete next month, a Symbian blogger said this week.

Business process modelling spec set for 2010 adoption

The OMG (Object Management Group) expects to have a final version of the BPMN (Business Process Modelling Notation) 2.0  specification, featuring capabilities such as collaborative process modelling, adopted in mid-2010, OMG said on Friday.

Google enhances Analytics API

Google on Monday unveiled enhancements to its Google Analytics Data Export API, bolstering an advanced segmentation capability for examining the nuances of data.

Sun updates Java Store beta

Sun Microsystems unveiled on Friday an updated beta release of Java Store, a storefront for discovering and acquiring Java and JavaFX applications.

Sun offers enterprise Java technologies but silence on Oracle

Sun Microsystems officials introduced on Thursday Sun's upgrades to three Java-based technologies, including the company's latest implementation of enterprise Java. But they were silent on the elephant in the room: How the company's efforts might be impacted by the planned acquisition of Sun by Oracle.

Sun to shed light on latest Java technologies

Sun Microsystems, which has been pretty much silent in recent months while awaiting its merger with Oracle, will open up on Thursday about the latest developments in its Java technologies.