Day: March 17, 2014

Macromedia exec takes a Good seat

Macromedia exec takes a Good seat As the Adobe/Macromedia merger reaches its close, Macromedia’s chief financial officer (CFO) Betsey Nelson has joined the board of Good Technology, an enterprise handheld computing software and services company. “With more than 7,000 corporations using Good Technology’s software and service to manage and secure mission critical enterprise applications and boost mobile productivity, Good is enabling the next wave of computing,” said Nelson. “I look forward to contributing to the company’s success.” Nelson is executive vice president and CFO of Macromedia. She joined Macromedia in 1996 and has served as the company’s CFO since...

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Hellblade: Ninja Theory Retiring "Vertical Slice" Showcased At Gamescom, But The Game Has Not Been Rebooted

Hellblade: Ninja Theory Retiring “Vertical Slice” Showcased At Gamescom, But The Game Has Not Been Rebooted If you follow Ninja Theory on Twitter, you might have notice the chaos generated by the latest few tweets from the British developer regarding Hellblade. In a first message today, in fact, the software house from Cambridge stated that it was going to retire “a vertical slice” of the game showcased at Gamescom, putting the game into “production afresh”. Since then, Ninja Theory has issued some other tweets you can see below just to assure people they’re not rebooting the development of Hellblade,...

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A third of local superfast broadband projects ready to begin

A third of local superfast broadband projects ready to begin Four local authority partnerships – in Kent and Medway, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, and Hampshire – are the latest to receive the green light from the Department for Culture, Media and Sports. This takes the total of approved projects to 15 out of a total 47 across the country. However with the application deadline for government cash looming, three have been warned they risk losing out on public funds for the government-subsidised scheme aimed at connecting 90 percent of the UK to high speed internet by 2015. Partnerships of councils in...

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Crouching Tiger, hidden Leopard

Crouching Tiger, hidden Leopard You could hear the wails from Mac users last month when Apple announced that Mac OS X 10.5, known as Leopard, would not ship until October 2007, rather than this spring as originally promised. Apple had announced Leopard at its Worldwide Developers Conference in August 2006, touting a number of new and improved features, including the following: – Spaces, a system that will allow users to group applications into different virtual desktops and easily switch among them. – Time Machine, an easy-to-use backup application with a radical 3-D interface. – A revision of Mac OS...

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