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News for Tuesday, April 4 2006

Source: CodeProject     Posted by Chris Maunder    Tuesday, April 4, 2006 9:00am    
News for Tuesday, April 4 2006

Industry News

Google Has Multimedia on Its Mind

Internet search provider Google appears more serious than ever about preparing features for home electronics.

Microsoft Buys ProClarity

Microsoft plans to use ProClarity's technologies in conjunction with its SQL Server 2005, Office Business Scorecard Manager 2005, Office Excel and Office SharePoint Portal Server products.
Source: InfoWorld

Dell, Apple Lead In Brand Trust, Microsoft Dead Last

Bose, Dell, and Apple Computer led the technology brands trusted by U.S. consumers, a new survey from Forrester Research said Monday, while Microsoft came in dead last.
Source: TechWeb

Trend Micro Data Revealed due to Virus

In a case of the "cobbler's children", a Trend Micro employee forgot to run his company's antivirus software on his computer, leading to the uploading of company data to a P2P network.
Source: ComputerWorld

Developer News

BEA Unveils Portal Tools

Tool plugs Sharepoint and AquaLogic portals together, enables .NET coding.
Source: ComputerWorld

Adobe Photoshop engineer details Intel Mac challenges

Switching to Universal Binaries is no small task according at least one engineer at Adobe. The maturity of XCode and other problems stand in the way of migrating big apps to the new Mac chips.
Source: Apple Insider

March CTP of Atlas

If you haven't done so, checked out the CTP and Go Live license.
Source: Microsoft

The World Record-Breaking Capital

The strongest hair! The youngest sumo wrestler! The longest pencil! In Malaysia, making your mark - any mark - is a matter of national pride.
Source: Wired

Hot Threads

Careful what you email down under

Under the Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment Act, the Government will be able to access communications not only between the B-party and the suspect, but also between the B-party and anyone else. If you have unwittingly communicated with a suspect (and thereby become a B-party), the Government may be able to monitor all your conversations with family members, friends, work colleagues, your lawyer and your doctor. (and your sysadmin)
Source: The Code Project

Virtual Server 2005 R2 - Free ?

All your virtualization in one place, and for one fine price.
Source: The Code Project

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