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Apple manager helps lead HTML standardization group

Apple helps lead HTML spec

An Apple manager, Maciej Stachowiak, has been appointed co-chairman of the HTML standardization group, according to CNET News. The HTML Working Group, a division of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), had previously been chaired by Sam Ruby of IBM and Chris Wilson from Microsoft....


Taco HTML Edit 2.5 adds Component Library

Taco HTML Edit 2.5 ships

The latest release of Taco Software's HTML and PHP editor, Taco HTML Edit 2.5, features a new Component Library. The library is comprised of 20 customizable items, which can be inserted into an HTML document; widgets include slideshows, pie charts, scrollable tables, date and...


Link Aggregation networking software for Macs updated

Link Aggregation for Macs

Small Tree Communications today released version 1.4 of its IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation networking software. Version 1.4 offers higher stability and improved performance for a wider range of network switches over the initial 802.3ad product introduction. Link Aggregation enables true enterprise class...


Hands On: Byword (OS X, iOS)

Markdown editor makes rich text writing, blog content, or HTML text easy

Byword ($12 for Mac, $6 for iOS, but currently on sale for $10 and $3, respectively) is a straightforward text editor designed specifically for writing either plain (or rich) text or in Markdown, a style specifically designed for blog writers (or anyone who needs to provide text content with HTML tags...


DocProtect offers licensing on non-app files

Protects HTML, images, video, PDFs, more

Software developers rely on a variety of ways to protect against unauthorized copying and use of their programs, but non-application files also need licensing or anti-piracy protection in some cases. Excel Software's revised DocProtect version 2 offers unique passwords or online...


Apple joins W3 HTML Working Group

Apple joins HTML group

The W3 Consortium recently announced a renewed HTML Working Group effort, and Apple has joined the group while extending an invitation to WebKit community members. "The HTML Working Group has an unusually open process, meaning that anyone can join," an Apple blogger wrote. "If you are part of the WebKit...


Small Tree offers trial of link aggregation solution

Link aggregation trial

Small Tree Communications has posted a free 30-day trial of its IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation product for Mac OS X. Link aggregation offers bonding or trunking multiple Ethernet ports on a single computer into one virtual interface. This virtual interface provides higher bandwidth, higher availability,...


Small Tree releases link aggregation software

Link aggregation software

Small Tree Communications today released its 802.3ad Link Aggregation networking software, which "enables true enterprise class network solutions by bonding or trunking multiple Ethernet ports on a single computer into one virtual interface. This virtual interface provides higher bandwidth, higher availability,...


Yahoo acquires photo-aggregation application developer Cooliris

Cooliris and BeamIt continue to work 'for the time being,' no details on acquisition given

Another acquisition by Yahoo was announced late last week, building on a long string of pick-ups under the leadership of CEO Marissa Mayer. The newest company coming into the Yahoo fold is Cooliris, a developer known for its mobile photo-aggregator application Cooliris for Mobile and the recently launched...


Samsung Milk Video launches as Galaxy-exclusive streaming app

Milk Video aggregates clips from Vice, Red Bull, Funny or Die

Samsung is adding to the list of apps exclusive to Galaxy smartphones, and taking on established video hosting services like YouTube, with its own video streaming app. Milk Video, following after the Milk Music service, aims to provide access to curated and automatically created playlists aggregated...


FCC relaunches broadband speed test tool for iOS 7

Lets users check connection speed, aggregate national averages

The US Federal Communications Commission has refreshed a broadband speed-checking tool for iOS that was originally created in 2010, and updated it for iOS 7 and other modern technologies. The free FCC Speed Test is part of the Measuring Broadband America initiative, and is part of an FCC initiative to...


Rumor: Facebook's Paper news aggregator app launching this month

Facebook news reader app for mobile allegedly close to completion

Facebook could be launching its Flipboard-style news aggregating app this month, according to a report. The app, known as "Paper" and rumored a number of times in recent months, will be a mobile-based news reader in a magazine format that is set to be separate from the usual Facebook News Feed, though...


Court evidence: Jobs read AppleInsider, queried Cue on reports

Was concerned about how self-publishing, aggregators would be handled

According to a an email exchange between then-CEO Steve Jobs and Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue submitted in court earlier today as part of the Department of Justice's e-book price-fixing trial, Apple's co-founder and then-leader read Mac rumor-and-news sites such as...


EE doubles 4G spectrum in UK, trials carrier aggregation

Carrier to test 4G connections over multiple bands

British carrier EE is planning to double its spectrum allocation and increase its 4G speed in the country, before other phone networks are able to launch their own 4G LTE offerings. It plans to roll out its expanded spectrum service to 10 cities by June, and to trial carrier aggregation in an effort...


Twitter buys Summify news service

Twitter gets Summify to aggregate Twitter news

Summify confirmed Thursday that it had been bought by Twitter. The move will give Twitter access to aggregated news from users' Twitter feeds, which Summify streamlined in daily e-mail. It warned that the service would gradually ramp down before being closed as the team moves...


Adobe updates Muse to beta 3, speeds up load times

Trims size of HTML and CSS files

Adobe has posted a new beta release of Muse, its upcoming web design tool. The software is unusual in targeting graphic designers, allowing them craft websites without actually writing any code or operating within limited templates. Muse beta 3 is said to include over 40 bugfixes...


Samsung launches Bada 2 SDK

Samsung Bada 2 SDK out with HTML 5, more

Samsung has just announced the release of bada 2.0 SDK (Software Development Kit) for developers. The software can be used to create apps for devices like the just-leaked Wave 3 smartphone. It includes multitasking, HTML5 and a new advertising engine that includes in-app ads.


Equinux releases Mail Designer for HTML e-mails

Create templates, drag and drop elements, more

Mac and iOS developer Equinox has released a new HTML-based designer for e-mail designed to work specifically with Apple's Mail program and its stationery templates called Mail Designer. Using templates and customizable art elements, users can drag and drop copy, images and...


Whoosh leverages Amazon's SES to provide batch e-mail

Supports plain text, HTML, mail merge

Originally created for in-house management of their own customer base, UK software house The Escapers have now released Whoosh, software that takes advantage of Amazon's Simple Email Service (SES) to allow affordable, scalable batch or bulk e-mail service using a familiar Mac...


RapidWeaver 5 adds HTML/XML sitemapping, more

Site resource and add-ons management, new themes

Realmac Software updated their WYSIWYG template-based website creator, Rapidweaver, to version 5 -- bringing new themes, support for Google Analytics and GoSquared Livestats, better management of site resources and third-party add-ons, FTP bookmarks, a Projects window and HTML...


Review: NimbleKit development framework

Works with HTML, Java to produce apps

MacNN has reviewed NimbleKit, a framework for Xcode that allows users to write simple apps for Apple handhelds without having to work in Objective C. It uses tools like HTML, JavaScript and CSS, including a JavaScript API that bridges between a user's code and the iPhone OS....


Developer uncovers iPad's AdLib web-based app framework

Framework mimics native apps using HTML, CSS

Apple has apparently created a new web-based framework for the iPad, potentially allowing developers to create web apps using HTML, CSS and JavaScript code. Done21 developer Jim Hoskins allegedly uncovered the framework, known as AdLib, while exploring the iPad User Guide, which...


BragIt debuts HTML Slideshow for Lightroom

New plug-in exports presentations

BragIt has announced BragIt HTML Slideshow, a new Lightroom plug-in. Designed for web use, the app makes it possible to create a controllable slideshow with customizable descriptions or story points. It does not require any Flash plug-ins in order to work, and integrates output...


Silverlight 4 beta adds support for webcams, Chrome

Software to run HTML and protected H.264 video

Microsoft on Wednesday released an early beta version of the upcoming Silverlight software. Version 4 adds a variety of new features including the ability to integrate HTML content within applications, while Google's Chrome browser will also be supported. The company claims...


DeIMG turns images into HTML tables

DeIMG, images to tables

Satirical software and news company The Daily Grind today unveiled DeIMG, a re-branding of its software That's Not A Picture, which is designed to turn images into table data, for, as the author puts it, "browsers which support tables but not images". The largely pointless and...


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