Google isn't offering much information about the forthcoming Android 5.0, however, based on the recent comments made by Hiroshi Lockheimer, the Vice President of engineering for mobile at Google, it is most likely to be roll out in the fall.
After having being tested for several months, Exalytics, Oracles's new in-memory big data analytics appliance, has now been sanctioned as a ready-for-prime-time product. The Exalytics appliance has the ability to scan and analyze 1 billion or more records at a time, claimed Oracle.
Adobe Systems has announced the arrival of Adobe Photoshop Touch, boosting core Photoshop features and new capabilities, especially designed for use on tablets. The new release will be the part of Adobe Creative Cloud, which is most likely to be available this spring, the company said.
Google Inc. and the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor has entered into a joint initiative, to help 20,000 small and medium-sized Israeli businesses to create a website within a year. As a part of Google initiative, small businesses will receive a website designed by a professional, a domain name for gratis and free storage for one year, telephone and Internet support during the website set-up stage, business cards, and essential training for online growth.
Emirates Telecommunication, Middle-East mobile operator, known as Etisalat, is suspending its network and services in India, after the supreme court has ordered to cancel all mobile-telecommunication service licenses issued in 2008, on complaint of corruption and manipulation in the allotment.
Reports have revealed, that Mozilla is most likely to announce the plans for its upcoming Mozilla Marketplace, which will feature mobile applications for iPhones, Android and Windows phone. Also, Mozilla is expected to come up with smartphone operating system, based on its “Boot to Gecko” project.
Microsoft has renewed the company's support policies for its operating systems, to extend the support for the consumer versions of Windows 7 and Windows Vista, by five years. During extended support, the security patches would be available to everyone, however, the other fixes will only be intended for the organizations that have signed support contracts with Microsoft.
The Federal Trade Commission issued a report saying, that there is almost no revelation by app developers and app stores about how the data collected from children is being used. Jon Leibowitz, FTC Chairman, wrote in a statement that companies that operate in the mobile market should provide basic information, so that parents do have the information they need.
The commercial version of Jelastic Java platform as a service will be available in North America and Europe, in March. Introduced with revolutionary feature, Jelastic will eliminate the need to select the machine size and pay for it, by the user, rather this platform will dynamically allocate the resources by itself to scale application servers up and down to make sure that users have all the resources they need.
Twitter is unveiling it's long-awaited advertising platform for small businesses, that will enable them to manage their marketing campaign effectively. Before Twitter opens the system to all, American Express card users and merchants are being provided with early access to try Twitter's new advertising solution for small businesses.