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Google, Intel and Cable Companies Ponder Nationwide
(April 3, 2008)

Google, Intel and Cable Companies Ponder Nationwide Three cable companies, as well as Google and Intel, are in talks with Sprint and Clearwire, the only two companies in the US committed to large-scale WiMAX rollouts, aiming at a new joint venture that would use WiMAX spectrum owned by Sprint and Clearwire for a nationwide network. The new project is funded by contributions from Google, Intel, Comcast, Bright House, and Time Warner.
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Secrets of JavaScript Libraries
(March 20, 2008)

Secrets of JavaScript Libraries

Ajaxian notified that Andrew Dupont, Thomas Fuchs, John Resig, Alex Russell, Sam Stephenson gathered at SXSW to talk about the “Secrets of JavaScript Libraries”.

"I hosted a panel discussion on the "Secrets of JavaScript Libraries." We set out to discuss the behind-the-scenes nitty-gritty code that powers the universal features of the most popular JavaScript libraries... I think the presentation went quite well," says John Resig in his Blog.

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Yahoo! Search Open Ecosystem and Semantic Web
(March 20, 2008)

Yahoo! Search Open Ecosystem and Semantic Web

Yahoo! announced a concerted effort around their upcoming open search platform to push open web standards including microformats and semantic web formats like RDF and XFN.

By supporting semantic web standards, Yahoo! Search and site owners believe they can bring a far richer and more useful search experience to consumers.

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Json.NET 2.0 Beta 2 launched
(March 6, 2008)

Json.NET 2.0 Beta 2 launched A new version of Json.NET has been launched. This release offers big improvements both in the syntax for writing JSON and querying JSON.
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ECMAScript 4 Milestone 2 Released
(February 28, 2008)

ECMAScript 4 Milestone 2 Released ECMAScript 4 M2 has been released and Francis Cheng has posted about the new version. The new build, M2 (for Milestone 2), replaces the M1 build that was posted back in November 2007.
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Ext with Adobe AIR Support
(February 28, 2008)

Ext with Adobe AIR Support To coincide with the release of Adobe's AIR v1.0, the Ext team released v2.0.2 of the Ext framework with enhanced support for the new AIR runtime.
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Ext for Air and Vista
(February 21, 2008)

Ext for Air and Vista

Jack Slocum, the creator of ExtJS, posted а Forum Gadget for Vista and Ext JS 2.0 API documentation application for AIR, pretty soon after the release of GWT-Ext 2.0.

Ext is a cross-browser JavaScript library for web pages. You can use it to achieve Web 2.0 effects without writing too much JavaScript code.

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Yahoo! Maps for ActionScript 3.0 Released
(February 21, 2008)

Yahoo! Maps for ActionScript 3.0 Released Yahoo released a new Yahoo! Maps API which is entirely built in ActionScript 3.0. This API now integrates a complex set of services and controls that you can leverage in your applications to create custom components, overlays and markers while consuming different webservices provided by Yahoo!, or your own.
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Cobra coding language goals
(February 14, 2008)

Cobra coding language goals

Cobra, a .Net-based programming language, is being prepared for open source release as an all-in-one solution to address multiple needs in software development.

Cobra is intended as a general-purpose language for building any type of application.

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jQuery UI and jQuery Enchant Released
(February 13, 2008)

jQuery UI and jQuery Enchant Released The jQuery UI team released alpha versions of jQuery UI 1.5a and jQuery Enchant 1.0a! Both projects aim to address the need for a strong set of UI controls and effects to complement the jQuery JavaScript library.
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