[Original Link] I’m a bit late reporting this, but it’s worth mentioning anyway.
A couple of weeks ago a major new version of VNC was released. This is the first release of any sort for 18 months, the first major update for considerably longer, and it includes many new features and improvements.
Development at the AT&T Cambridge lab had all but ceased while we were working on the Broadband Phone, but when the lab closed in April several of my friends who were on the original VNC team left to set up RealVNC, and have been working hard on improvements since.
This will not, I predict, be the only phoenix to rise from the ashes…