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September, 2010

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September 29, 2010  7:48 AM

AVG launches Internet Security Suite 2011, but what about the Bayesian probability factor?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
'Virus`, analysis, Developers, Kernels, labs, Security

So last night I was able to meet and share canapes with AVG CEO J.R. Smith and the company's CTO Karel Obluk to celebrate the launch of the new AVG 2011 Internet...

September 27, 2010  9:23 AM

The “Offline” Web Application

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
APIs, Developers, HTML, OFFLINE, Support

This is the third blog post by Mat Diss, founder of bemoko.com, a UK mobile Internet software company that is focused on developing new ways for web designers to construct better websites that can be delivered across all platforms.

In this blog, Mat looks at the offline support HTML5...


September 22, 2010  5:17 PM

Michael Dell talks ‘Zettabytes’ at Oracle OpenWorld

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Data, data-centre, Databases, Dell, Networking, Services, Zettabytes

This enormous IT show started off today with a presentation from Michael Dell. The man himself kicked off with an overview of the partnership that has existed between his company and Oracle since 1995. This week has seen the launch of a new Oracle consulting and implementation practice at Dell, so...


September 21, 2010  12:14 AM

Larry Ellison: how should we define the cloud?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cloud Computing, middleware

If you've been following the news for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2010 so far you'll have seen a whole heap of products unveiled. The company has quite literally carpet-bombed the newswires with some pretty meaty announcements. There is therefore, I hope, room for some slightly more tangential...


September 20, 2010  6:26 PM

Oracle OpenWorld: paving the way for Solaris 11

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Developers, Oracle, Solaris

Oracle has used its Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne exhibition in San Francisco this week to outline the next major release of the Oracle Solaris operating system. The...


September 20, 2010  5:31 PM

The advantages of the Geolocation API

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Developers, geolocation

This is the second post by Mat Diss, founder, bemoko.com, a UK mobile Internet software company that is focused on new ways for web designers to construct better websites that can be delivered across all platforms. In this blog, Mat, looks at the advantages of the Geolocation API... The...


September 15, 2010  7:15 PM

HTML 5.0 tutorial: the advantages of native media support for delivering video

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
bemoko, IE9, iPhone

This is the first post in a tutorial by web application specialist Mat Diss, covering the new features in HTML 5.0.

HTML5 brings native media support to the browsers.  There has been much fragmentation in the format of video and audio that is required for...


September 15, 2010  9:30 AM

IBM predictive analytics software helps save Grévy’s zebra

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Data, IBM

IBM isn't just a big old behemoth of an IT company concerned with databases, Rational software application development processes, massively powerful Z-series servers, proprietary technology leadership, autonomic computing mechanisms and open source innovation y'know?

It cares about the...


September 14, 2010  1:50 PM

From sand to silicon: Intel Developer Forum 2010

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Developers, graphics, Intel, Processors

Intel likes to talk about the future - and the company has been pretty adept at playing the 'industry visionary' ever since Andy Grove wrote his seminal book Only The Paranoid Survive back in the nineties.

It should come as no major surprise then that the company has been talking about...


September 13, 2010  1:44 PM

Being Geek: you’ve seen the movie, now read the book

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
advice, career, geek, Programmer

Twenty years ago if you were labeled a geek it was somewhat, well - geeky. Thus the term was coined in its initially negative context. Subsequently it became "chic to be geek" and the American electronics store Best Buy now uses its Geek Squad brand to sell customer support in a warm and...


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