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 available

Finally – All that hard work has paid off and the release is available! Fix Pack (V7.0 Fix Pack 1) for WebSphere Message Broker v7.0 is now available. You can see what is new in 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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