Compuware will be offering a preview of Uniface 9, the latest version of its
development environment, during its annual Uniface users conference, CU2004,
which is being held this year on December 6 - 7, at the Royal Tropical
Institute in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Attendees will not only get to preview Uniface 9, they will be doing a good
turn for wildlife. Ten percent of the CU2004 registration and sponsorship
fees will go to the World Wide Fund for Nature, helping build a bright future
for inhabitants and animals in Malaysian Borneo.
The theme for the event, Compuware announced, is "Building a Bright Future."
To this end, other new products and proven business solutions will be
unveiled, and a wealth of information and networking opportunities to Uniface
Irene Dawson, senior vice president of Compuware, said, "This year's annual
Uniface user confe... (more)
OptimaNumerics, a Belfast, UK-based company known for its high-performance
technical and scientific computing software, has announced OptimaNumerics
Libraries for Sun Solaris 10 systems, "providing customers with the most
advanced mathematical software tools in the industry, according to company
CEO Dr. Kenneth Tan.
Benchmark results of OptimaNumerics Libraries show significant performance
improvements, with components delivering over solutions more than twice as
fast as competitive products, Tan said.
"The proven unparalleled performance of OptimaNumerics Libraries gives
Gary Reasons of DocSoft visited SYS-CON headquarters for an exclusive
SYS-CON.TV interview to talk about one ofthe latest product releases from
DocSoft, element, an XML search platform and an appliance that you can use to
search XML data.
SYS-CON.TV: Welcome to SYS-CON.TV. We’re joined today by Gary Reasons,
who’s a senior program manager for DocSoft. Hello and welcome.
SYS-CON.TV: You stopped by today to enlighten us about a new product you are
releasing, but first tell us a little bit about your company.
GARY: DocSoft is a company that was started in 1999 ... (more)
The legality of P2P file sharing is once again being challenged by a group of
Hollywood studios. This week, they filed a broad-based civil lawsuit against
people who trade illegally copied films and TV shows on the internet.
The suit's chief complaint concerns lost revenue the studios assert P2P file
sharing is responsible for. The studios claim they lose $3.5 billion
worldwide in annual revenues from sales of illegally copied movies exchanged
over the internet and black market.
The plaintiffs are seeking to impose $150,000 penalties, per download, to
anyone who downloads protecte... (more)
The Travel Industry Association (TIA) predicts a record-breaking 328 million
trips will be taken from June to August , and this year will be able to
have TiVo ToGo, a program being developed to run on Windows Mobile-based
Portable Media Centers, and certain Smartphones and PocketPCs. The systems
all include Intel Mobile Media Technology as well.
Select American Airlines customers will be among the first to try out the
latest summer travel technology with free Portable Media Centers loaded with
TiVo content via a chartered flight on June 8, 2005, hosted by American
Airlines, TiV... (more)