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Software monstrosity Microsoft launched the second beta of their Monad shell for both the x86 and x64. The new technology of the Monad shell allows the administrators to better handle automation and control system management tasks for desktops and servers.
Yahoo’s had their email service running for about a decade now and they’re working to take it to another level with this current beta. Yahoo’s new beta run is being offered to a large portion of their millions of users and many critics say it’s a top notch product that will move over the heads of it’s competitors.
I thought Jen at Jensense was very quiet about Yahoo’s Publishing Network Launch and suspected she must have had the inside word and now it’s clear she did as she’s announced she’s part of YPN’s beta test.
The Windows formerly known as Longhorn landed in the laps of developers today in a beta format. August 3rd was the date they announced last week when the named this beast Vista but Microsoft got so excited they couldn’t contain themselves and sent it out today.
With more than half the web’s content being produced in the English language, web searchers who do not speak the English language may be at a loss when it comes to finding sites of interest.
Google has now made its site targeted ads, which appear on specific websites and are sold based on page impressions, available to all AdWords buyers. These ads are very different from the more advanced content specific ads Google usually sells, which change every time a page is reloaded, are based on the words on the page, and are sold on a cost-per-click (CPC) basis.
Many of you have probably already read some of the many articles about the latest release of Yahoo messenger which incorporates VoIP..
Yesterday, Yahoo Search did something that may be considered quite foreign to other search engines: they brought one of their search features out of its Beta stage and officially launched it. I am referring to Yahoo Video Search and according to Yahoo; it offers “the most comprehensive video search product on the Web.”
Symantec announced this week of the Norton Internet Security 2005 AntiSpyware Edition. This new product is the next logical step in Symantec’s overall computer security service. The beta version is currently available as a free download from Symantec’s website https://www-secure.symantec.com/public_beta/.
Skype, the Global Internet Telephony Company, today announced the public beta launch of SkypeIn and Skype Voicemail, two new premium services available in the latest download versions of Skype software for Linux, MAC OS X, Pocket PC and Windows platforms.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the beta release of their Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM). The utility was designed to provide a continuous disk-based backup and recovery solution for the Microsoft Windows Server System.
What a dilemma – six invitations to sign up to Yahoo 360, the new social networking offering from Yahoo that launched in beta earlier this week. Which do I choose? So as not to offend anyone, I’ve accepted the first one I received based on the email date/time stamp.
Yahoo Inc., a leading global Internet company, today announced the launch of Yahoo! Search for Creative Commons beta (), a service that provides Internet users with access to the largest collection of Creative Commons content on the Web.
There is something to be said about persistence. A never-say-die attitude can make a company continue to improve a product many perceived as being dead.
Olivier Duffez takes a look at Google’s changing of its Toolbar Checksum Algorithm.
What would you do if you were tasked with designing a new search engine?
MSN today debuted a beta version of its new MSN Search service, providing consumers with more useful answers to their questions and more control over their search experience, which results in faster access to the information they are seeking online.
Novell today announced the upcoming public beta software availability of Novell Open Enterprise Server, incorporating the best from leading commercial and open source networking platforms along with integrated management tools, identity-based services and an entire ecosystem of support backed by Novell to meet enterprise-class computing needs.
Xamlon announced today a new beta release of its cutting-edge development tool, Xamlon.
Ask Jeeves today announced the launch of a beta version of Ask.jp, a new Japanese language Web search engine.
On August 3rd, Yahoo launched their Local Search Beta product. Yahoo Local is designed to serve as and perhaps replace the Yellow Pages, both Internet and book-based. The local search integrates Yahoo’s search technology, as well as Yahoo’s mapping function to help locate information on your local area query.
The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certification is meant for career enhancement as well as gaining knowledge of the LAN/WAN technologies currently available for implementation. Hence, CCNA Certification can be obtained by IT professionals who have been a part of the industry for a considerable time and are interested in furthering their career in terms of role enhancement and salary. Individuals who are beginning their career and want to move towards LAN/WAN management may also pursue the certification, as it is a basic level certification and there are no prerequisites.
Monday, May 24, 2004 saw the beta testing period end for Yahoo’s newest version of its instant messenger. The new version, 6.0, features a great many bells and whistles in order to improve the quality of IM sessions. The messenger breaks its features down into 4 categories: entertainment, personalization, productivity, and communication.