Bynari, Inc., is not a company of ordinary software developers. Not only do those at Bynari specialize in the field of email integration, but they also excel in it. Some of their latest products include the Insight Server, Insight WebClient, Insight Connector, and Insight AddressBook for Microsoft Outlook.
Their innovation has its roots in Linux technology, and the products are aimed at increasing efficiency at the small to mid-sized corporate level. Both the architecture and positive reviews of Bynari’s products are testimony to its value. Another point to be emphasized is the ability of their Linux-based email servers to talk to Outlook versions 2000-2003, as well as to other IMAP servers like Cyrus and Courier. Check out their Outlook Groupware here. Finally, the affordability of Bynari products truly makes the choice a cinch.
EA Games will soon release NFS: Carbon, their latest addition to the long-running series Need For Speed. Check out these exclusive screenshots of the next installment of the racing-game franchise:
Through the City
Up Close & Personal
Before the Curve
Burning Crusade, the official Blizzard expansion to the highly-acclaimed World of Warcraft, will add classes that were previously exclusive to either the Alliance or Horde race to the opposing faction. That means that the Alliance players will be able to have Shamans, which used to be a Horde-only class. Likewise, the Horde will now be able to play as Paladins. The justification for the cross-over of exclusive classes between opposing races is that there are new Dungeons that require the unique abilities of both Shamans and Paladins–thus spoke Blizzard. The down side of this idea is that now neither the Horde, nor the Alliance has a unique class, which seems like a rather bad thing to me.
About.com gave the Phoenix Suns 10/1 odds of winning the NBA title this year, with a projected record of 47-35 (15-game decline). Thus the Phoenix Suns’ “Power Ranking” is No. 8 this year. Unfortunately, they did not do so, falling short in the sixth game of the Western Conference Finals, losing by a mere 9 points to the Mavericks. Their record is staggering: “Phoenix won 54 games and a second Pacific Division Championship, and came within two wins of the NBA Finals, despite the loss of All-Star forward Amare Stoudemire to knee surgery.”
I saw them a few years ago at the AWA, when they were playing the LA Lakers. I got my Suns Tickets at a good price, the seat was quite good, and the whole experience positive. Even so, they are all the more stunning now. Quite frankly, I believe that the Suns are at their all-time strongest. Many of you know that Nash’s head has just been optimized to minimize air-resistance, and with so many positive changes happening daily, it would be a shock if they didn’t win the next NBA title.
Valve claims that their new single-player FPS, Portal, “changes how players approach, manipulate, and surmise the possibilities of any given environment in a manner similar to how the Gravity Gun changed our approach to how an object may be leveraged in any given situation.” Sounds to me like a rehashing of yesterday’s ideas… but that’s just me. You can view the Portal trailer here.