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Let the tablet wars begin

The first volleys in the tablet wars have been fired. In fact, next month we will start to see the first of many Android offerings roll off the assembly lines in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

MarkLogic releases MarkLogic Server 4.2

This week, MarkLogic released version 4.2 of the Mark Logic Server product introducing several new features including MarkLogic Information Studio, the industry's first (according to them) ETL

Mobile really does change everything

If you doubt for one second that mobile has changed the content business, ask none other than Tim O'Reilly, founder of O'Reilly Media. When asked, at a press Q&A at the recent Web 2.0 Expo in New

Perceptive Software teams with Brainware

Last week, Perceptive Software announced IntelliCapture, a new scanning and capture solution that combines the document management capabilities of Perceptive with the data capture and search features

Content: It's not just on the PC anymore

Moving forward, more devices will have Internet connectivity beyond just PCs or smart phones and it's going to have a major impact on how we manage content. The first time I heard about the concept

Vasont releases web XML editing tool

Vasont released their new web-based XML editing tool, called Vasont WebLNX (pronounced "WebLinks"). They made the announcement at their 11th annual Vasont User's Group Meeting last week in Hershey,

Content strategy by the numbers, via semantics

Guest post by Seth Grimes While I don't buy the saying "you can't manage what you don't measure," data certainly helps, in content management and publishing just as in managing sales, spending,

ScribbleLive makes it easier for media to break stories online

ScribbleLive, an online service for media companies, announced the newest version of its live CMS last week. It provides a platform for launching news stories quickly, with the content living on the

Safari Books extends its reach to mobile devices

Safari Books announced this week that it was expanding access to its online book repository to Android, Blackberry, iPhone or any phone with a mobile browser. The new mobile service lets Safari Books

IBM continues analytics buying spree

IBM (NYSE: IBM), which lately has had an open wallet and a penchant for analytics vendors, snagged another one on September 20, as it continued to build out its analytics business through