Tuesday, August 30, 2005

iTnewswire Late Edition: Google extends sitemaps service to mobile websites; Solution provider sees Katrina damage firsthand.

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  • Microsoft Tech.Ed looks ahead to lowered costs, complexity
  • Solution provider sees Katrina damage firsthand
  • Google extends sitemaps service to mobile websites
  • Now shipping: FileMaker Pro 8
  • Apple-Motorola combo mobile phone-music player expected
  • Microsoft Tech.Ed looks ahead to lowered costs, complexity
    Microsoft has highlighted a slew of fresh product updates and new releases that the software giant claims will help reduce cost and complexity for developers -- helping enterprises, smaller businesses and consumers alike. More...

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    Solution provider sees Katrina damage firsthand
    The damage caused by Hurricane Katrina is about as devastating as one can imagine, according to a solution provider who flew over the area a day after the devastating storm hit the Gulf Coast. More...

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    Google extends sitemaps service to mobile websites
    Google says webmasters building pages for mobile phones could now use its tools for helping the search engine giant find content on the internet. More...

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    Now shipping: FileMaker Pro 8
    FileMaker has announced an upgrade to its eponymous database that brings more extensive integration with PDF files and Excel. More...

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    Apple-Motorola combo mobile phone-music player expected
    Initially discussed publically more than a year ago, a Motorola mobile phone that can play Apple Computer's iTunes software may finally have its formal unveiling. More...

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