Ford, Hitachi, and Johnson Controls Unveil QNX-Powered Telematics Products.
QDN (QNX Developers Network) just quietly released patch A for QNX 6.2 at http://www.qnx.com/developer/download/updates
Just as usual, there is no readme or changelog.
It seems our friend Eugenia at osnews no longer thinks QNX is hot. Given the recent releases of some Linux distributions, she decides to delete her QNX partition and play with SuSE 8.1 and RedHat 8.0. Details can be found
The Kermit Project just announced in comp.os.qnx the availability of an embeddable Kermit protocol. This is a tiny but modern implementation of Kermit protocol (send and receive only; no server) written in ANSI C suitable for embedding and realtime applications as well as for creation of DLLs. It is the real thing, written at the Kermit Project at Columbia University, the original developers of the Kermit protocol.
10/07/2002. per Pixel32 Home, new and much more stable alpha snapshot of Pixel32 for Windows is now available in members area. Snapshots of Linux and QNX versions are also added. BeOS version will follow today.
10/3/2002, Scansoft has unveiled a scalable speech recognition engine for adding voice control capabilities to automotive, mobile and PC applications. The new speaker-independent ASR-3200 recognition engine reportedly can scale up to add voice-control capabilities to any Intel-based Pocket PC, PC and Tablet PC application.
Per qnx.org.ru, Max Lapan just released phamp 1.0.1.
phamp is one of those few mp3 players under Photon. phamp supports all MPEG formats ( layer I, II, III), VBR extension, playlist, display ID3 of version 1, 1.2 and 2, full management from the keyboard. Robert Leslie's MAD (Mpeg Audio Decoder) library is used for decoding.
After having talked about it for a long time, the Pixel32 author has finally posted some screenshots of it running under QNX!
TechWeb covers HP's entry into the Eclipse open-source consortium. "The Eclipse project is aiming to create an open-source "framework" that lets third-party vendors "plug in" specialty development tools. The idea is to let developers work within a single framework -- including things like user interface and shared services like source-code management or debugging -- for all their development."
For those you don't know, Eclipse is the basis for the QNX Momentics Prefessional Edition IDE.