eZ Systems announced they will professionally support eZ Publish running on
Mac OS X Server v10.5 Leopard. In addition, eZ demonstrated eZ Flow (running
on Mac OSX), a new extension for eZ Publish designed for media companies who
need to build complex page layouts and pre-plan publication schedules to
ensure a constant flow of rich content.
Among other features, eZ Flow supports delivery of content to Apple iPhones.
The combination of eZ and Apple technologies is a natural fit for the media
and publishing industries, which value the stability, security and usability
of the Mac OS X platform. With support for the Mac OS X Server (which
recently attained UNIX 03 certification), eZ Publish enhances the platform by
providing an Open Source Enterprise Content Management System that enables
organizations to create powerful, feature-rich websites, intranets and
Sybase iAnywhere announced availability of support for Apple iPhone during
the first international iPhone Developer Summit, colocated with AJAXWorld
Conference & Expo 2008 East. Information Anywhere now enables IT
organizations to provide secure delivery of Lotus Domino and Microsoft
Exchange enterprise email to iPhone users, in addition to a broad range of
other mobile devices. Sybase iAnywhere’s unique approach to providing
enterprise email support for the iPhone reduces potential security concerns
while still providing a rich user experience utilizing native iPhone
ClairMail has announced the release of the ClairMail System including a
mobile web solution optimized for the iPhone. The iPhone solution includes
the comprehensive mobile banking and payments functionality found in
ClairMail's traditional mobile web offering - account management, fund
transfers, bill payments, ATM/branch locators and more - presented on the
iPhone's rich user interface.
ClairMail's mobile web solution is able to adjust its user interface based on
the capability of the user's mobile device. If a customer accesses the mobile
web from an iPhone, the user interface... (more)
In a speech AT&T COO Randall Stephenson said Tuesday that the company's
Cingular Wireless unit had gotten about a million inquiries about Apple's
still unavailable $500-$600 iPhone since Steve Jobs showed off the device in
January. Cingular has dibs on selling the multimedia/Internet-enabled gadget.
iPhone is supposed to be out in June. Cingular is not taking pre-orders. Jobs
has said he thought Apple could sell 10 million iPhones in 18 months.
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It's going to cost at least $1,976 to own and operate one of Apple's iPhones
over two years, the only term available - and that's before any add-ons.
On the high end, it's going to cost at least $3,036 for a 4.8-ounce
do-not-drop-this-in-the-john widget whose battery-life, Internet speed and
touch pad are real-life unknowns although early reviews, with some
reservations, say it lives up to the frenzied hype.
Newsweek calls it a "significant leap…superbly engineered, cleverly
designed and imaginatively implemented…the rare convergence device
where things actually conv... (more)