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2012-05-08 23:02:44

Customers facing end-of-life for the popular Microsoft product can now use the Sentinet platform to continue running their services without loss of security, visibility or reliability. Microsoft recommends Managed Services Engine (MSE) users to consider Sentinet, a service virtualization platform with advanced SOA and API Management capabilities. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 07, 2012 Nevatech, a Microsoft Certified Partner and an innovator in SOA and API Management, announces today that...

Controversial Girl-Locating App Loses Foursquare Support
2012-04-02 04:44:44

Foursquare has pulled the plug on a controversial iPhone app that used information from the social network as well as from Facebook in order to identify women located near check-in-locations. The app in question is named Girls Around Me, and according to MSNBC.com technology blogger Suzanne Choney, it allowed users to locate nearby females as long as their Facebook profiles were publicly visible and they had checked in to nearby locations using Foursquare. However, on Friday, Foursquare...


Latest Application programming interface Reference Libraries

2010-09-29 15:16:42

Computer software is the collection of computer programs and related data that give the instructions to a computer. Different from hardware, software is intangible, which means that it cannot be touched. Some examples of computer software include: word processors, video games, operating systems, and device drivers. Historically, the software industry is much like that of other technological industries in that it has grown from a few prototypes from different engineers to one application that...

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