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
The on-again, off-again Google Phone or "gPhone" rumors are likely to come to
halt for the forseeable future. That's because Google's Head of Research
since 2006, Dr Peter Norvig, has told journalists in the UK that he doesn't
think Google has any research ambition toward hardware, saying: "You know we
want to work everywhere and be neutral. That neutrality is important."
Norvig said in an interview that the biggest projects Google Research has
right now are in machine translation and speech recognition, computer vision
and face recognition, team recognition and so on.
gPhone or no... (more)
In this session, you'll see first-hand how to use stylesheets and an easy
arrangement of divs and spans that will let you make your Web application
just like many of the native iPhone applications that come with the phone.
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You'll see how to do the "Edge to Edge" and "Rounded Rectangle" layouts that
are the hallmark of native iPhone applications. You'll also see how to use
the iPhone's Safari Debug Console to get hints on how to improve your web
application as well as point out errors in your HTML and JavaScrip... (more)
Ever since 1997 when he returned to Apple, Steve Jobs has used Apple's annual
Macworld convention to launch his biggest products. Last year, as the whole
world now knows, the show saw the unveiling of the iPhone. Now, in an article
published this month, WIRED writer Fred Vogelstein has painted a fascinating
picture of the background to that historic announcement.
Vogelstein's article give Jobs full credit for singlehandedly changing the
wireless industry for the good of consumers everywhere by being the first
company ever to obtain a great deal from a telecom giant like AT&T,
Amazon has Released Kindle for iPhone - a free download that requires an
iPhone or iPod Touch with the iPhone/iPod Touch 2.1 software update
installed. Kindle for iPhone lets you buy Kindle e-books on your computer,
then transfer them to your iPhone or iPod touch over WiFi.
It's a free download via a new Kindle for iPhone page in Apple's iTunes App
From a starting-point of just over 500 when it launched in July, Apple's App
Store already has about 15,000 applications available and downloads have
surpassed 500 million. So it's with a great sense of excitement that