Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser showed a U.S. market share gain in May compared with competing browsers.
Terracotta releases Ehcache 2.1.
Big Blue bolsters WebSphere with B-to-B transaction processing platform.
VMware and Google are joining forces to make life easier for developers aiming their apps at the cloud.
Earlier this week SAP Co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe reiterated the company’s commitment to internal Agile software development.
A new research report cited IBM and MKS as the best Agile development management tool vendors.
SpringSource is acquiring data management vendor GemStone to use that company's GemFire enterprise data fabric to give developers the infrastructure necessary for emerging cloud-centric applications.
Red Hat announces support for Red Hat Cloud Access; Drupal offers training for its open source "social publishing system."
Veryant's isCOBOL 2010 adds support for Eclipse Galileo, among other changes.
VMware and Salesforce.com have joined forces to build VMforce, a platform for building and running Java applications in the cloud.
Progress Software has launched a new Type 5 JDBC driver, which the company is billing as an industry first.
Although it's clear that the iPhone platform is still the place to be for mobile developers, results from a recent Ovum survey indicate that there's a lot of development activity around all the major platforms.
VMware's SpringSource division announced today that it will be adding a newly acquired lightweight messaging system, RabbitMQ, to its implementation of the Java-based open source Spring Framework.
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