IBM Rational Director Dave Locke calls Jazz the server-side counterpart of Eclipse; partners announce compatibility initiatives.
Microsoft continued to investigate what it called public reports of a remote code execution threat for XP and Vista when Apple's Safari Web browser is installed.
While last month's JavaOne conference focused on the next generation of the Java platform, there's a growing ecosystem of tools to connect existing Java-based apps to those based on Microsoft's .NET environment.
Codejock Technologies LLC has upgraded its toolkits for those developing Visual C++ and ActiveX controls.
MySQL becoming a viable platform for .NET developers.
Google opens App Engine to all.
Microsoft debuts new tweaks in latest version of its model view controller (MCV) architecture.
This HP is showing off new features in its Web application security suite and talking about its upcoming SaaS delivery model.
Google is set to unveil the latest version of the Google Web Toolkit
Yahoo pushes back board meeting; rumors swirl that full acquisition may be back on.
Codemesh bridges the Java-to-.NET gap at Deutsche Post.
Product lets developers create dynamic Web applications using familiar Java code.
Talks between Microsoft and Yahoo are back on the table again, but maybe not about the acquisition bid.
As reported last week, the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta), a group that advises the British government on education technology issues, referred a complaint to the European Commission about the impact of Microsoft's interoperability issues in education.
SearchMonkey, a new online development platform and toolset from Yahoo, officially launched Thursday.