Monthly Archives: May 2006

Make way for SOA 2.0 | InfoWorld | News | 2006-05-17

What is this nonsense? Are software developers and some major companies so obsessed with “upgrading” and “improving” that they just have to roll out a new version? (You could say that W3C set the trend with XML: as a reference … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Technology | Wireless boost for British cities

“A BT project aims to give a dozen UK cities widespread wi-fi coverage. The telecoms giant has signed deals with 12 councils to fit wi-fi antenna to street furniture to create broad zones where people can get untethered access to … Continue reading

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