Welcome to the 2008 Babya developer expo. I’m A.A. Fussy. Today-all about “me”
We have an authentic Google experience-one-click access to 6 Google services:Mail, Maps, Picasa Web Albums, Calendar, Docs and Sites
Babya Mobile Me features bCal 5 with HTML calendar export
Client-there’s 2:a .NET based client and a stylish HTML based launcher page-for Macs (runs locally).
The launcher will be at our site-Mobile Me on your iPhone or iPod touch. One click on “mobile me” in the app menu gets you to the client
There’s a password keeper type app included. Summing up:6 Google services, bCal 5, 2 client apps-all free for anyone . Available June 29
If you have a Google apps account-you can use Mobile Me as well. Next up-Babya System
Today, I’ll be talking about the top 8 new features. 1-A menuless bDesktop
Last years bDesktop was a rethink-this year’s it’s a big move forward. Very clean look.
2. We’ve built-in our virtualization software.
3. Something really cool-we’ve intergrated virtual desktops into bDesktop-no more launching a separate .exe file
Works with the Windows
4. Sticky notes-again our version is quite funky. Call up via the app floatpane (a new way to access gadgets-bDesktop sidebar evolved)
Floatpane can be moved anywhere on screen. Has three gadgets built-in:sticky notes, a memopad and a picture viewer.
5. A nice new file explorer-bFile is dead as we know it.
6. bMessage-network “SMS”
Works on a local LAN
Avoiding security problems-not using the Windows message service.
7. Some mini-apps-paint, a text editor. bSuite to Go
8. Under 10mb when installed-compare this to 9GB for OS X and 15GB for Vista
bSuite ’09:39 applications in one suite.
First we have a new E-Type-leaner and faster than ever before.
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