ACCESS UNVEILS NETFRONT BROWSER WIDGETS ON ACCESS LINUX.ACCESS CO., LTD LTD 1 Laron-type dwarfism 2 Leukotriene D 3 Long-term depression, see there 4. Long-term disability ., a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile and beyond-PC markets, is extending the functionality of ACCESS Linux Platform The Access Linux Platform is a next-generation version of the Palm OS being developed by the Access Co., with application compatibility layers for Java, classic Palm OS, GTK+, and GNU/Linux shell applications. with the addition of NetFront(TM) Browser Widgets for mobile handsets and consumer electronics, and support for Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs). With these new capabilities, businesses can quickly implement a wide range of widget Pronounced "wih-jit," for decades, the term has been a popular word for a generic "thing" when there is no real name for it. It is often used to describe examples of made-up products along with other fictitious names; for example, "10 widgets, 5 frabbits and 2 dingits. services and deploy products in a new category of Internet-savvy mobile devices, based on ACCESS Linux Platform.
NetFront Browser Widgets are based on ACCESS' acclaimed NetFront technology, one of the most widely-used mobile software solutions on the market today, with more than 590 million deployments worldwide. NetFront Browser Widget technology enables widgets for mobile handsets and consumer electronics to be created on the basis of open Web technology. It provides widget players, development tools, and widget content together in one package for operators and device manufacturers. This latest Widget offering follows the company's recent announcement of a NetFront Browser Widgets community site (http://www.access.co.jp/nfbwc/), where users can download and try widgets for Windows Mobile The Windows platform from Microsoft for handheld devices, including PDAs, cellphones and Portable Media Centers. See Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, Smartphone and Portable Media Center. devices for free.
ACCESS will be supporting the growth of the Mobile Internet Device (MID) market with the capability of running ACCESS Linux Platform on the emerging MID format, giving MID manufacturers the same complete, flexible, commercial-grade, Linux mobile platform available for mobile handsets to access a wide range of Internet and Web 2.0 services. The flexibility of ACCESS Linux Platform will enable licensees to create differentiated experiences, including UI innovations and support for larger displays.
"Mobile Internet Devices will allow people to browse the web better than they can on today's smartphones," said Philip Solis, principal analyst at ABI Abi (ā`bī) [short for Abijah], in the Bible, King Hezekiah's mother.
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ACCESS will be demonstrating ACCESS Linux Platform for MIDs running on Texas Instruments See TI.
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"The ACCESS Linux Platform is well suited for the flexibility and customizability required to deliver new product concepts in the emerging MID category," said Seshu Madhavapeddy, general manager Mobile Internet Device business, Texas Instruments. "By working with ACCESS to integrate OMAP OMAP Office of Medical Assistance Programs (Oregon Department of Human Services)
OMAP Open Multimedia Applications Platform (Texas Instruments semiconductor operating system) platform-based hardware and software, we can provide an integrated solution for our customers to help speed time to market and deliver no-compromise web browsing and an enhanced user experience."
"Orange and ACCESS share a common vision for a truly open mobile community which delivers richer mobile services, more affordable devices and a better user experience," said Yves Maitre, senior vice president, Group Devices at Orange. "We continue to work together in the context of LiMo, to create a standard Linux-based mobile platform that will benefit the entire industry. ACCESS is a key partner within the Orange Signature Accelerator Program, which provides a great user experience through the delivery of embedded, Orange-customized applications."
Update to ACCESS Linux Platform SDK (Software Developer's Kit) See developer's toolkit and Windows SDK.
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As customer momentum for ACCESS Linux Platform grows, ACCESS is releasing SDK 2.4 Update 1 for ACCESS Linux Platform. The new features include support for touch user interface The Touch User Interface (TUI) is a computer-pointing technology based upon the sense of touch (haptics). Whereas the Graphic User Interface (GUI) relies upon the sense of sight, the TUI enables not only the sense of touch to innervate and activate computer-based functions, it also allows ; improved audio and video support; updated ALP-Glade (user interface designer) to support new ACCESS Linux Platform widget components; and added support for the SDK to run on the latest Ubuntu A popular Linux distribution that is noted for its ease of installation and use. Based on the Debian version of Linux and introduced in 2004, Ubuntu is sponsored by Canonical Ltd., London and Montreal (www.canonical.com). 8.04 release, in addition to the earlier version 7.10. The update will be available for download from the ACCESS Developer Network (ADN ADN Anchorage Daily News (Alaska newspaper)
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ACCESS CO., LTD. is a global company providing leading technology, software products and platforms for Web browsing, mobile phones, wireless handhelds, and other networked devices. ACCESS' product portfolio, including its NetFront(TM) Browser, Garnet(TM) OS (formerly Palm OS(R)) and ACCESS Linux Platform(TM), provides customers with solutions that enable faster time to market, flexibility and customizability. The company, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, operates subsidiaries and affiliates within Asia, Europe and the United States. ACCESS is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange
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