Eddie Amos is back this year and talking about the interaction and relationships between Microsoft and ESRI. It is tough that it was at 6:00 because it is a good general presentation. Eddie’s presentations do not lend themselves to bullets so you will have to wait and see if ESRi posts it on EDN with […]
Slashdot is reporting an interesting article that claims AOL and Skyhook Wireless have mapped “the majority of residences in the U.S. and Canada” along with their wireless service (or lack there of). It is supposedly part of their “Near Me” service which allows AOL IM users to see people physically located near themselves. I’m of […]
While taking a break at the Dev Summit, I was catching up on tech news and noticed that yesterday AT&T launched their new GPS-based workforce management service, TeleNav Track, which is provided by TeleNav, but sold through AT&T. The service allows companies to track employee vehicle locations, mileage, send tasks and alerts to employees in […]
Mark Driver of Gartner gave a discussion on Enterprise computing with discussion on .NET, Java, 64 bit, security, and market segmentation. Winners of the ArcGIS Server Code Challenge were announced as well this morning. Click more to see an abbreviated outline of the talk.