Wednesday, August 24, 2005

iTnewswire Late Edition: Telstra goes wireless; Intel unveils 'Viiv'; Microsoft reacts to GoogleTalk; IBM to ship Workplace Designer, Notes/Domino 7.

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  • Telstra goes wireless as Unwired wins $37m
  • Intel unveils 'Viiv' entertainment PC platform
  • Microsoft reacts to GoogleTalk with MSN Messenger 7.5
  • Oracle, Sun Microsystems team on database tech
  • IBM to ship Workplace Designer, Notes/Domino 7
  • Telstra goes wireless as Unwired wins $37m
    Telstra BigPond has finally entered the wireless broadband race just as competitor Unwired announced it had scored another $37 million in funding. More...

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    The same day that rival Google rolled out a beta of its instant messaging, Microsoft released a new version of MSN Messenger, the developer's IM client. More...

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    IBM to ship Workplace Designer, Notes/Domino 7
    IBM Software is shipping its Workplace component application builder, Workplace Designer, and has slated Notes/Domino 7 to ship within weeks and AJAX support to follow. More...

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