Borland updates CodeWright 7.5
Borland has updated its programming editor CodeWright, to version 7.5. This 'editing system' is designed to work with IDEs (integrated development environments) from Microsoft, such as Visual Studio, as well as from Borland, such as Delphi. ...more
03-03-2001 Essential news of the week
Brought neatly together and presented on a plate, here is a roundup of some of the week's main news stories from the world of IT.
JVC puts movies in your pocket
Psion takes a dive
Samsung unveils 24in LCD monitor
Clash of the MP3 player titans
IBM releases groundbreaking PowerPC chip
Gnutella spoiled by Ferrero
Intel puts its eggs in notebooks and servers
NVIDIA gear up GeForce3 and Go!
New improved online adverts
Once more unto the courts, dear Microsoft
Don't forget, we welcome your comments. Just click on a story and go for the 'Comments' link on the right-hand side of the screen. ...more
And also today (26-October-2001)...
Here, in brief, are some of the day's other stories.
Profiting with Java Borland, the once-troubled software development company, attributed its profitability for the latest quarter to the strength of its JBuilder Java product. Net income was $4. ...more
Disney eyes Steve Jobs for top movie studio job
Walt Disney's nephew wants Apple and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs to take over at the top of the famous movie studio, according to the New York Post.
Roy Disney and fellow former board member Stanley Gold are currently waging a war of words with current CEO Michael Eisner. Both were recently booted off the board, despite Disney being one of the major shareholders. ...more
Government campaigns for an online Christmas
Avoid the crowded high street and get your Christmas shopping done with the click of a mouse - this is what the Government is hoping we'll all be doing over the next month.
In bid to heighten consumer confidence and spending on the Net, the DTI (Department of Trade and Industry) has launched a campaign to drive shoppers online, backed by figures from a recent MORI poll that found a healthy 12 million of us have bought something online in the past year.
E-commerce Minister Douglas Alexander, said: 'More people shop online here in the UK than in any other country in Europe. ...more