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Infotrieve has signed article distribution agreements with the publishers of six professional journals in the biomedical field.

Posted Jun 06, 2003

The war in Iraq has brought censorship to the forefront again, particularly when the faces of American prisoners of war were shown online. This put ISPs in the tricky position of supervising what content makes it online.

Posted Jun 05, 2003

Readex, a division of NewsBank, inc. has announced the creation of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, Digital Edition--an Internet-accessible version of the historical collection.

Posted Jun 03, 2003

Ingenta, Inc., a provider of online publishing services to academic and professional publishers, reports three new signings for late spring, bringing the total number of its publisher accounts to more than 240.

Posted May 27, 2003

Arbortext, Inc., a provider of XML-based software for content creation, editing, and multichannel publishing, has announced that the American Red Cross has selected its software to create and publish biomedical service documents.

Posted May 23, 2003

Gathering market intelligence at a content site is one of those unkept promises of interactive publishing, a missing piece of the online business model that site owners like to speculate about but rarely pursue…until now.

Posted May 19, 2003

The press has not hesitated to cover attempts by large corporations, such as Disney, to extend copyrights seemingly indefinitely. There is another side to the issue, however: the side of the creators themselves.

Posted May 12, 2003

Posted May 09, 2003

The Columbia Shuttle disaster demonstrated that digital content is simply the best tool available to understand a major unfolding news story.

Posted May 07, 2003

Arbortext, Inc., a provider of XML-based software for content creation and multichannel publishing, has announced Arbortext 5.

Posted May 06, 2003

Corel Corporation has announced the availability of Corel Smart Graphics Studio, a development platform designed to speed and simplify the creation of SVG-based smart graphics.

Posted May 06, 2003

XML has been touted as the next big thing in enterprise software and Web services for awhile now, but nothing signals its mass acceptance more clearly than industry behemoth Microsoft embracing XML and delivering its power to corporate desktops everywhere.

Posted May 05, 2003

Faced with a growing number of competitors in the electronic document delivery space, Adobe—the granddaddy of digital delivery—will strive to set itself apart from the pack with the release of Acrobat 6.0.

Posted May 05, 2003

Quantum Art, Inc., a provider of dynamic Web content management to local governments and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), has announced a technology partnership to integrate Advanced Software, Inc.'s DocuComp technology into Quantum Art's Q-Publishing content managed solution.

Posted Apr 29, 2003

Corel Corporation has announced that WordPerfect Office 11 is available in stores across North America.

Posted Apr 22, 2003

Adobe Systems Incorporated has released new versions of the Adobe Acrobat product family and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

Posted Apr 18, 2003

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has released XML Professional Publisher Version 7.2.

Posted Apr 15, 2003

Appligent, Inc., a provider of PDF-related software applications, has announced that its entire product line, including the plug-ins StampPDF and Redax are fully compatible with the new release of Adobe Acrobat 6.0 software.

Posted Apr 15, 2003

Ingenta, Inc., a provider of online publishing services to academic and professional publishers, has announced that following the passing of shareholder resolutions at the EGM held on Friday 21st March, its recently announced fundraising has been completed.

Posted Apr 11, 2003

PaperThin, Inc., a mid-market content management system (CMS) vendor, has signed distribution agreements with five new strategic partners.

Posted Apr 11, 2003

Altova Inc. has announced the availability of XMLSPY 5 Release 4. Altova has enhanced numerous key features in its XML Development Environment, XMLSPY 5 that are commonly required in creating customized XML content and data editing applications.

Posted Apr 11, 2003

Adobe Systems Incorporated, has introduced the Adobe Acrobat 6.0 product line. Adobe has also announced an XML architecture for document creation, collaboration, and process management across the enterprise.

Posted Apr 08, 2003

As the Web continues to evolve as a powerful way to deliver content, scientists and mathematicians find it quite challenging to effectively present their research online. Not having a standard comprehensive font even for print, academics have learned to beg and borrow from a variety of fonts to get the appropriate Greek and mathematical symbols they need when writing dissertations.

Posted Apr 08, 2003

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing solutions, has announced that the Boeing C-17 Program has deployed the latest release of XyEnterprise's XML Professional Publisher (XPP) software.

Posted Mar 28, 2003

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