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Google Releases Open Source NX Server    
July 13, 2009, 9:54 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

wisesifu writes with news of a new open source NX server, dubbed NeatX, that was released by Google and promptly lost in the shuffle of the Chrome OS announcement. "NX technology was developed by NoMachine to handle remote X Window connections and make a graphical desktop display usable over the Internet. By its own admission, Google has been looking at remote desktop technologies for 'quite a while' and decided to develop Neatx as existing NX server products are either proprietary or...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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Retired Mainframe Pros Lured Back Into Workforce    
July 10, 2009, 10:22 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

itwbennett writes "Businesses that cut experienced mainframe administrators in an effort to cut costs inadvertently created a skills shortage that is coming back to bite them. Chris O'Malley, CA's mainframe business executive VP, says that mainframe workers were let go because 'it had no immediate effect and the organizations didn't expect to keep mainframes around.' But businesses have kept mainframes around and now they are struggling to find engineers. Prycroft Six managing director...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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Silverlight 3.0 Released, Allows Apps Outside the Browser    
July 10, 2009, 5:17 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

Many different sources are reporting that Microsoft has unleashed the third major version of Silverlight to the masses. With 3.0 we see things like better 3D graphics support, the ability to offload tasks to a GPU, and the ability to run apps outside of the browser. "Silverlight's video capabilities have always been impressive when compared to Flash, and the new version boasts some new features that should keep the competition with Flash hot. It uses a media broadcasting technology...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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New Firefox Standard Aims to Combat Cross-Site Scripting    
June 29, 2009, 10:06 pm | தலைப்புப் பக்கம்

Al writes "The Mozilla foundation is to adopt a new standard to help web site's prevent cross site scripting attacks (XSS). The standard, called Content Security Policy, will let a website specify what Internet domains are allowed to host the scripts that run on its pages. This breaks with Web browsers' tradition of treating all scripts the same way by requiring that websites put their scripts in separate files and explicitly state which domains are allowed to run the scripts. The...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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