Monthly Archives: July 2010

App Inventor for Android

Saw this recently on the Google blog: App Inventor is a new tool in Google Labs that makes it easy for anyone—programmers and non-programmers, professionals and students—to create mobile applications for Android-powered devices. And today, we’re extending invitations to the … Continue reading

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eBooks on Android

Since buying an Android phone I have been starting to think about using it to read books. The screen isn’t bad, and it turns out that there is some good software out there Aldiko is a fantastic program for reading … Continue reading

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WebSphere Message Broker Fix Pack 7.0.0.1 available

Finally – All that hard work has paid off and the release is available! Fix Pack 7.0.0.1 (V7.0 Fix Pack 1) for WebSphere Message Broker v7.0 is now available. http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?&uid=swg24027267 You can see what is new in 7.0.0.1 by looking … Continue reading

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Ubuntu in Business

On Tuesday I attended the Ubuntu in Business event run by the Ubuntu UK Community and Canonical, and unlike Proactive Paul I really enjoyed the day and thought it was a success. I will agree and say that there should have … Continue reading

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