There is a new iPhone and iPod touch application that enables users to get an overview of companies and products exhibited at Macworld in January.
The software organizes Macworld exhibitor information by name, hall and aisle number and allows users to browse exhibited products by name, category and exhibitor. The application pulls data from a server and stores it on the device, meaning that there is no permanent connection to the Internet via Wi-Fi or cellular network required, although online connectivity is recommended in order to get the latest show updates.
The Elastic Compute Cloud, a service that gives customers on-demand access to Linux servers, is now out of beta testing, said Jeff Barr, evangelist for the collection of online options collectively called Amazon Web Services. "Amazon EC2 is now in full production," Barr said in a blog post Thursday. And as promised, EC2 now offers Windows in a beta test, joining Sun Microsystems' OpenSolaris and Solaris Express Community Edition.
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