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Tag Archives: iPhone
The newly updated iPhone app for Oracle WebCenter Spaces 11g Release 1 is now available, with support for PS3 as well as PS2 servers. This new version represents a major change, not merely an incremental update of the previous version. … Continue reading
The team that run the oracle.com website have just released a new iPhone application that brings you the latest news, events and blog posts. You can get it free by searching for Oracle Now on the App Store. If you … Continue reading
Reposting from Peter Moskovits: If you have a WebCenter Spaces deployment (or are thinking about getting one), you should definitely check out the free WebCenter Spaces iPhone App, that allows you to access your activity stream, your contacts, all your Spaces … Continue reading