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Google waves goodbye to e-mail 
By Brett Winterford | May 29, 2009 | Comment Now 
The Sydney-based brothers that built Google Maps have released to developers a new tool called Google Wave that has the potential to succeed e-mail, instant messaging and ...
 
‘Don’t judge a book by its cover on the WWW’   
By Paul Henry | Oct 19, 2007 | Comment Now 
AJAX, Web 2.0 securityNo, you did not miss the memo or a software upgrade notice. Yet you’ve already arrived at Web 2.0. The “upgrade” from Web 1.0 to the new Web 2.0 world has ...
 
Backbase courts small Ajax development shops 
By Tom Sanders | Mar 21, 2007 | Comment Now 
Ajax framework vendor introduces per-developer licensing.
 
Microsoft takes the plunge with Ajax 
By Tom Sanders | Jan 25, 2007 | Comment Now 
Developer tool ties into Visual Studio.
 
Ajax developers playing with fire 
By Tom Sanders | Oct 6, 2006 | Comment Now 
Security overlooked in Web 2.0 land grab.
 
Google launches Ajax search tools 
By Tom Sanders | Oct 6, 2006 | Comment Now 
Search firm offers website operators 'a little bit of Google'.
 
Enterprises to clean up with Ajax 
By Tom Sanders | Oct 6, 2006 | Comment Now 
Over half of all enterprises will use Asynchronous JavaScript and XML by 2008.
 
Enterprises warm up to Ajax 
By Tom Sanders | Oct 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
Over half of all enterprises to fall for Ajax's lure by 2008.
 
AOL donates code to Dojo Ajax project 
By Tom Sanders | Sep 5, 2006 | Comment Now 
JavaScript Compiler further advances open source developer tool.
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