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Om Malik: When Vonage goes portable "[T]he company had developed a Beta version of a "softphone" a piece of software that resides on a PDA (read Pocket PC) or a Laptop and can connect to the internet using a WI-Fi connection. This also comes with its own phone number and can be mapped with your […]
In the last 10 days or so Trillian Pro 2.0 and Helium 1.7.1 were released. Essential software in both cases. Trillian’s meta contacts are useful, while Helium’s album cover management is quite cool. As to Skype, no I didn’t try it yet (last week was spent struggling with, then making tons of phone calls with […]
If, like me, you download all the feeds you subscribe to in a single directory, you might want to group them by "Feed Name" (a custom field), rather than "From". Keeps things tidier and easier to follow. Thanks Greg!
This release adds offline posting, draft mode, NNTP support, as well as many small bug fixes and improvements. And I don’t know whether that’s new or not, but I just saw in feed options that you can select whether you want to treat modified items as new or not.
To demonstrate the new SDK, they mention spellcheck, which clearly belongs in an IM app.
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CMS Watch: "Now Ektron is offering browser-based image editing as an extension to its nearly ubiquitous rich text editor, eWebEditPro. That means it could be showing up in a CMS near you before too long. Like all approaches to browser-based decentralization, there are ample opportunities for abuse here — you don’t want everyone editing images […]
This application lets you create forms in Visual Studio with a tablet PC or pointing device. I’d love to see such an app work on top of Powerpoint and Visio for rapid but clean-looking visual prototyping with my new Aiptek Hyperpen tablet. The fact is, I can’t draw straight lines but I find early propotyping […]
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