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SnappLife app store at Carphone Warehouse

Carphone Warehouse has caught the app store bug and is promoting SnappLife, which can deliver apps like Facebook and Twitter onto even more mobile phones

By May 20, 2009

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AppSnapp (auto-jailbreak) for iPhone gets a lot better: Progress indicator, getting ready for firmware 1.1.2

AppSnapp (auto-jailbreak) for iPhone gets a lot better: Progress indicator, getting ready for firmware 1.1.2

By November 5, 2007

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Nearly 150,000 installs of AppSnapp (iPhone 3rd party app/jailbreak tool) in 3 days

Nearly 150,000 installs of AppSnapp (iPhone 3rd party app/jailbreak tool) in 3 days

By October 31, 2007

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DIY social network with Me.com's SNAPP tool

Make your own social network with SNAPP.

By May 8, 2007

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Microsoft memo: Realigning the Windows unit

Redmond exec Kevin Johnson rallies the troops as Microsoft moves toward a new era of software and services.

By March 23, 2006

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IBM expands Palm access software

The computer maker improves the software that lets people with the popular handheld computers control their servers wirelessly.

By November 1, 2000

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Short Take: Software allows server configuration via Palm

IBM today announced SNAPP, a Web-based application that allows customers to configure and manage an RS/6000 B50 server with a handheld computer running the Palm operating system. The new application simplifies the server installation process and requires only minimal knowledge of system hardware and AIX, IBM's UNIX operating system. SNAPP (System Networking, Analysis, and Performance Pilot) is designed for Internet and application service providers (ISP, ASPs), who often have multiple racks of servers supporting their sites. The software, available for download from IBM, uses XML, a standard means of exchanging data, to send information back and forth between the handheld computer and the server, eliminating the need to connect a monitor, keyboard or a mouse to each server for configuration and system monitoring. Customers can also modify the software to monitor and control other features of the server such as CPU and disk performance.

By March 31, 2000

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IBM unveils handheld Unix management tools

Big Blue releases software to let Palm Pilot handheld computers control its heavy-duty Unix servers.

By January 19, 2000