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Geekspeak: December 4, 2000

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Putting Soft Factors To The Test

Keon: PKIs Answer?

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RSA plug-in may hurdle barriers to public-key security.

Motorola, Lutris Brew Java Handset Apps

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Motorola Inc. and Lutris Technologies Inc. are teaming up to jump-start development of wireless business applications for Motorola's forthcoming iDEN handset.

ProcureMind aids purchasing

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Mindflow Technologies Inc. is unveiling this week the newest version of its strategic sourcing software, ProcureMind Version 1.6.

CodeWarrior targets wireless

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Metrowerks Inc. has released a new version of its Java development tools aimed at the fledgling market for Java-enabled wireless devices.

Talent Always In Short Supply

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At XML Devcon in San Jose, Calif., last month, an attendee asked Ken North's panel on the future of software development to comment on the continuing need to write ever more new code. What's happened, he asked, to all the effort to make code more reusable

Fostering better development

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Building a web application can be haphazard work, as evidenced by the ubiquity of applications that are plagued by bugs and security problems.

IE Trips Up Disabled-But Help Is on Way

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Government and wireless initiatives may bring better ways to surf.

No Easy Path to a Breakup

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A Microsoft breakup would spell big trouble for the company in wireless and end-to-end services.

Microsofts Software Partners Not United On A Solution

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Reaction from small software developers to Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's ruling against Microsoft Corp. depends largely on how closely the developers are aligned to the software giant and its Windows platform.

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