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July 15, 2008 —  (Page 2 of 2)
Electric Cloud announced that its Electric Commander testing automation framework could now be integrated with HP Quality Center, allowing developers and testers to access test results from within either system.

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A joint effort between German development firms itCampus and Quality First Software has produced web2test, a combination of Quality First’s QF-Test tool for Java testing and a module for browser-based applications developed by itCampus. The initial release works with Firefox 3 and Internet Explorer 8, and a Linux version is expected to become available in the third quarter. It is available for download from www.web2test.de.

Turning Technologies released the ResponseCard SDK, which includes a hardware test package made up of five Response Card RF keypads and an RF receiver, as well as a fully functional API for the company’s IR and RF gear, and code samples and documentation. The kit is designed to help accelerate the development of audience response hardware using Turning’s ResponseCard technology.

MindTree announced the availability of the EtherMind Bluetooth SDK, aimed at developers of infotainment and personal navigation devices for the automotive market. The MindTree SDK is available for platforms including Itron, Linux, QNX and Windows CE, as well as other RTOSes.

Wind River announced plans to work with Intel, with the aim of delivering a Moblin-based Linux platform for mobile Internet devices that is optimized for the chipmaker’s Atom processors. The agreement represents an extension of the companies’ collaboration in developing a Moblin platform for the automotive infotainment industry, announced in May.





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