A new release of TIMONE System is available: the 5.14.2. This release can be used stand-alone or integrated with the editorial solution WoodWing Enterprise and is already available for our system integrators and customers, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have details about how to get it.
TIMONE System, with its new modules and functions, was recently chosen also by the following companies:
Brown Editore Spa - Milan, Italy
Editoriale Domus Spa - Milan, Italy
Amico del Popolo Srl - Belluno, Italy
Think Media S.A./NV- Antwerp, Belgium
Bonmarol SL - Barcelona, Spain
Edisport Spa - Milan, Italy
Diario do Comércio - Brazil
Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. - Czech Repulic
Fotolito Veneta Srl - Verona, Italy
Be-ma Editrice Srl - Milan, Italy
IT Media - Brazil, Italy
Mulatero Editore Sas - Turin, Italy
The Walt Disney Company Italia successfully upgrade Tell's TIMONE System, including its advertising materials management module GEMMA, to its latest version, for the production of all their comics.
Condé Nast Milan upgrade TIMONE System, including its advertising management module GEMMA, to its latest version, and Tell successfully implements also the integration with Condé Nast's new ERP and Booking System.
The Swiss newspapers, “Corriere del Ticino” and “Giornale del Popolo”, now use TIMONE System in integration with WoodWing Enterprise for editorial planning. This successfull project is followed by our system integrator A&F.
Grüner confirms the trust in TIMONE System, renewing the maintenance for the current year.
On 28-29 November 2012, our French company, Alliga Media, took part in “La Press au Futur”, the most important press event in Paris. Thanks to the excellence of its editorial and publishig solutions, on this occasion, Alliga Media came into contact with other companies, creating new business relationships opportunities.
Microsoft says it has sold 60 million Windows 8 licenses to PC makers and those upgrading as of early January. Microsoft officials said the company has sold 60 million Windows 8 licenses to date. Tammi Reller, chief financial and chief marketing officer for Windows, shared the data at the JP Morgan Tech Forum at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today. That 60 million figure includes "sell in to OEMs for new PCs" and upgrades, said Reller. She didn't explicitly cite whether the figure also includes any Enterprise Agreement/volume license sales. "Windows 8 is a big, ambitious change," Reller acknowledged. She reiterated that Windows 8 sales are roughly in line with Windows 7 sales. Microsoft said the company had sold 40 million licenses of Windows 8 as of the end of November.
According to media reports, Asus and Acer have released statements that they will no longer make their netbook products in 2013. They were the last two manufacturers still churning out the devices, with everyone else who had made them (including Samsung, HP and Dell) having shifted to tablets. The debut of the iPad in 2010 and the rise of cheaper, lighter laptops squeezed the netbook market. The low pricing of the products also left manufacturers with thin profit margins for every device sold. By 2011, more tablets were shipping worldwide than netbooks: 63 million tablets versus 29.4 million netbooks.
Source: Today Online
The iPhone maker announced today that there have been 40 billion unique application downloads in its App Store since the marketplace launched in 2008. Apple's unique download tally excludes redownloads and updates. Of the 40 billion apps downloaded so far, nearly 20 billion were downloaded in 2012, the company said.
Apple users have downloaded 25 billion apps from the iTunes App Store, the company announced at the weekend.
To celebrate the landmark Apple gave a US$10,000 (S$12,600) iTunes gift card to the user who downloaded the app, Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China. The app he downloaded was Where's My Water? Free.
Apple began the countdown to its 25-billionth app download last week and the milestone was reached over the weekend.
Mr Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of internet software and services, said: "When we launched the App Store less than four years ago, we never imagined that mobile apps would become the phenomenon they have, or that developers would create such an incredible selection of apps for iOS users."
The iTunes App Store opened in July 2008, a year after the release of the iPhone, and within a year 50,000 apps were available and the store had seen more than one billion downloads.
Apple announced 10 billion app downloads in January last year, meaning that a further 15 billion have been downloaded in a little over a year. There are now more than half a million apps available in the app store.
Google launched its Android Market for apps in October 2008. In December last year Google said that 10 billions apps had been downloaded. At last week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Google's Andy Rubin said the Android Market offered more than 450,000 apps.
Apple's other rivals offer similar services. BlackBerry App World, launched in April 2009, has around 60,000 apps and around two billion downloads, while the Windows Phone Marketplace, which opened in October 2010, offers more than 70,000 apps.
Source: Today Online