An agreement between SuccessFactors and VMware gives customers the ability to build applications on VMware's Cloud Foundry that use data from Employee Central and other SuccessFactors software.
Adobe today from its annual MAX conference announced a series of deals and new app releases, which would assist the company to migrate its services to the cloud.
Apple has updated its Safari browser, delivering several minor improvements plus a laundry list of security fixes. Versions 4 and 5 for both Mac OS X and Windows and Safari are affected.
Firefox 4.0 beta 7 is only a beta, but it's "stable and safe to use for daily web browsing" according to Mozilla officials.
Microsoft has released what it says will be the final preview build of Internet Explorer 9 before the new browser's beta release.
Security software vendor BitDefender has diversified into the Mac market. Like some other suppliers, it is offering the choice of a dual-protection pack for customers using Windows as well as Mac OS X on one system.
Chrome beta 5 shows significant speed improvement and new features - including Flash support.
Opera Software has claimed the Mac browser speed crown with the release of Opera 10.52.
Apple has introduced a new clause to its iPhone developer licence that restricts the languages that can be used to write apps. Adobe isn't mentioned, but it is the apparent target of the change.
The first preview release of Internet Explorer 9 is available, and it's looking pretty snappy.
There is a tag cloud on the DBCDE website with code specifically inserted to NOT display the phrase 'ISP Filtering.' It's nice to see that the Department is standing up for its principles.
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