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MySQL 5 release

MySQL 5 will be released next month. The lastest test release has taken place two weeks ago. If the team behind MySQL does not find bugs, the commercial version will be released in November.

October 13, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

The philanthropic arm of Google

Google has announced that they are going to use google.org as a central place for their philanthropic activities. The intent is that they fill the search machine with information about charity organizations where Google is to participate.

October 13, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

New iPod video available next week!

Apple presented at last the iPod video. The fifth generation of this device has a familiar look. But it has a somewhat bigger screen then its predecessor. The new iPod has a 2.5” screen of 320x240 with 260000 colors.

October 13, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Ebay Pay Pal purchase Verisign Pay-service

Ebay will take over the pay service of Verisign and integrate it with they are own pay pal service. Pay Pal, for so far the largest pay service can grow larger when they take of eBay’s transactions.

October 12, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Codename for the next release of Flash!

Flash had the most successful launch of Flash in history and they're already working on the next version. It's too early to give away much information on the release, Mike Downey says.

The codename for the version 9.0 release of the Flash authoring tool is: "BLAZE".

October 11, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Hands on computer experience

An American Company called Tactiva has created a new import machine for computers. Users have the ability to control the computer with hand movement on a pressure sensitive plate.

October 11, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

Yahoo launches podcast search site

Yahoo launched a new podcast service on Monday that offers streaming audio on the Web and features user reviews and other information about the programming.

October 11, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman

New DMXzone interactive e-Magazine released!

Interactive and fun!

DMXzone's e-Magazine is not a boring PDF but an interactive e-Magazine with video, Flash and other quality content.

Useful as a book but more amusing like a movie and full of interesting content, the new DMXzone Magazine makes web development fun.

To celebrate this new service we are giving the premier edition away for free!

Next Generation of Interactive Content

DMXzone e-Magazine is based on articles by famous writers such as Nancy Gill, Sas Jacobs and many, many others. We also have great interviews with the big movers and shakers of the web world.

Amazing content on real life cases, interviews and tutorials with great tips and tricks, you'll get it all in our e-Magazine! Our mission is to bring you the next generation of interactive content.

DMXzone e-Magazine offers usable content that can be applied in real world situations. Graphics, animations and interactive content in the electronic magazine will help to create a user experience that won't be forgotten.

October 6, 2005 Author: Frank Beverdam

Autodesk Acquires Alias!

Autodesk announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Alias, a privately held developer of 3D graphics technology, for $182 million in cash. 

October 6, 2005 Author: Erik Wigman