Soybo released

I apologize for the lateness of this announcement. Adam Tow has released the first version of Soybo, a cross-platform and device independent technology that allows applications to publish their functionality as web services, accessible by any Internet-enabled device.

I've watched Soybo grow since it was just a gleam in Adam's eye. It's certainly much more than that now: Soybo allows data access and application control (with two-way data flow) from arbitrary remote devices like mobile phones and PDAs (anything with a web browser). It is a framework more than a packaged product, and if you are tech savvy enough, you can extend Soybo to do just about anything. Currently, Soybo runs best on Mac OS X. In theory, Soyba works (currently with limited functionality) on a PC, but it has not yet been tested thoroughly on that platform.

From Soybo.com:

"Soybo is a cross-platform and device independent technology that allows applications to publish their functionality as web services, accessible by any Internet-enabled device.

"Soybo bridges the digital divide by drastically reducing the hardware requirements necessary for remote accessing of computing resources. Just as the Internet revolutionized access to information, Soybo frees applications from the confines of personal computers."