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News for Thursday, April 20 2006

Source: CodeProject     Posted by Chris Maunder    Thursday, April 20, 2006 8:00am    
News for Thursday, April 20 2006

Industry News

Apple to build new 50-acre campus in Cupertino

"What's happened at Apple is that our business has basically tripled in the last five or six years." The iPod has been berry, berry good to Steve.
Source: Apple Insider

Internet as counselor

How much 'influence' does the Internet have on your decisions? Quite a bit according to this research.
Source: Pew Internet

MP3 Inventor Could've Been a Contender

The man who invented the MP3 player two decades ago watches from the sidelines as others make millions off of his idea.
Source: Mac News World

The Wikipedia FAQ

I know most of you know about Wikipedias but this article is for the new guys who might not.
Source: Wired

Developer News

What's in Team System for C++ Developers?

Rob Caron outlines the goods.
Source: Microsoft

Oracle plugs critical DB security holes

Oracle has published a collection of software patches that address security vulnerabilities including 4 fixes for bugs in the Oracle database, several of which could be easily exploited in a widespread manner.
Source: InfoWorld

Meet the Fource!

Check out these limited-edition developer action figures.
Source: MSDN

Hot Threads

When Lotus Notes Speaks, Microsoft Listens

Ray Ozzie had build Notes, Groove and is now helping to steer Microsoft. Can he go three for three?
Source: The Code Project

Express Editions are free

No longer just "freely available", now officially free.
Source: The Code Project

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