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  • WSO2 Releases New Mashup Server on SOA Platform

    WSO2, an Open Source SOA company, has launched a new product called Mashup Server 1.0. This new server combines the capabilities of developing “situational” mashups with the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) platform. WSO2 was partially founded by some members of the Apache Software Foundation Web services community.

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  • Oracle Gives SMB SaaS the Enterprise Touch

    At the OpenWorld Conference today, Oracle unveiled its new line of CRM OnDemand applications. The solutions are positioned as direct competitors to Salesforce.com's hosted enterprise offerings. For people sick of pseudo-enterprise Web 2.0 offerings with busy functions reminiscent of Twitter and the Facebook news feed, Oracle will lend you

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  • Kapow's Mashup Server Driving Growth

    Austin, TX, the lonestar state's technology mecca, welcomes a new resident in the form of mashup developer Kapow Technologies. Along with opening a new U.S.

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  • When Deki Wiki Upgrades, It Goes <em>All the Way</em>

    MindTouch's funky-fresh Deki Wiki is back, this time with 100 new features. What are they? Name it (Mashable valiantly tried): Google Analytics for stat-checking, Gabbly online chat, Yahoo Finance stock trackers, Flickr slide shows, Digg It badges. Looks like the mash-up stick hit the open source Deki Wiki group

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  • Kapow Descends on ECM with a Bang (and a Whimper?)

    Run for cover! Kapow Technologies is making a boom in the tech industry with announcements of 50 percent year over year growth, the addition of over 50 new enterprise customers in 2007 so far, and expansion into Japan. As exciting as this news is, one question remains: Who is Kapow

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  • Sunlight Labs API: Mashup Your Local Congressman

    Non-profit organizations that work to change policy on the local or state levels will revel in the latest news from the Sunlight Foundation. Organizations using the open source constituent relationship management tool, CiviCRM, can now better connect their constituents and members to their elected officials, thanks to recent integration

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  • WSDL 2.0 Crawls Toward the Finish Line

    5 years, 1 month, 17 days. That's how long it's taken for the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) specification version 2.0 to become a proposed recommendation. Like the tree that falls alone in the forest, will anyone be there to hear when WSDL 2.

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  • Popfly Mashes in a Manner Most Cool

    Loath to ever be left out of a sandbox Yahoo! and Google have already begun to play in, last Friday Microsoft brought mash-up tool Popfly to the light of day. Like its predecessors Yahoo! Pipes and Google's RSS API, Popfly promises to be the Web mash-up builder "for the

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  • RSS, JavaScript Wed Over AJAX

    Google is working on a new AJAX API that will enable the good user -- that's you -- to post feeds to your web properties with just a wee bit of simple JavaScript.

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  • Yahoo! Pipes, the Latest Data Mash Dance Craze

    Senator Ted Stevens wasn't far from the truth when he called the internet a "series of tubes." If he'd said pipes instead, he probably would have gotten far less of a crucifixion -- that is, if it's possible for one crucifixion to be less unpleasant than another.

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