31 October 2011

Zuckerberg: If I Were Starting Facebook Today, I'd Stay in Boston

Zuckerberg: If I Were Starting Facebook Today, I'd Stay in Boston
PC Magazine
By Leslie Horn If Mark Zuckerberg were starting Facebook again today, the CEO wouldn't do it in Silicon Valley, he said Saturday in an interview at Y Combinator's Startup School, summarized by TechCrunch. “If I were starting now, I would do things very ...
Report: California Firm's Tech Used to Block Web in Syria
PC Magazine
By Chloe Albanesius A California-based company has admitted that its technology was used to block Internet access in Syria during this year's Arab Spring uprising, but officials said they do not know how the devices ended up in the country. ...
Report: Apple Adding Self-Checkout to Retail Store iOS App
PC Magazine
By Leslie Horn Apple is preparing to launch an update to its retail store iOS app that will let shoppers pay via self-checkout for some in-store purchases. According to a MacRumors report, customers will be able to pay for shelf-stocked items through ...
Kinect for Windows SDK going commercial in early 2012
Ars Technica
By Jon Brodkin | Published October 31, 2011 10:20 AM The Kinect for Windows SDK, a beta version of which is already available to developers, is being prepared for a commercial rollout in early 2012. The current beta version is targeted at academics, ...
Happy Halloween: Google Doodle carves some awesome pumpkins
Los Angeles Times
Happy Halloween from the Google Doodle, which uses mammoth pumpkins and some pretty sophisticated pumpkin carving to send its holiday message. It's no trick and all treat. The Google Doodle often uses a static image when it temporarily revamps its home ...
Easy Halloween Costume for Geeks: Bloody iPad Wound
PC Magazine
By Sara Yin Too busy playing with your Apple iPads (both 1 and 2) to pull together a Halloween costume? Here's a perfect, last-minute getup for you. NASA engineer Mark Rober turned himself into a "man with a hole through his stomach" using two iPads, ...
Ubuntu Linux eyes tablet territory
CNET
by Jonathan E. Skillings October 31, 2011 7:34 AM PDT Follow @jeskillings With the Ubuntu Software Center in Ubuntu version 11.10, Canonical shows that it knows the appeal of apps. Canonical wants to get its Ubuntu Linux operating system onto tablets...
Gamestop Tries Its Hand At Android Tablets With Gaming Devices For Holidays
paidContent.org
Android partners have been mighty quiet about their plans for second-generation devices leading up to the holiday season, but a newcomer is ready to try something different. Gamestop plans to sell tablets running Android with its own brand across its ...
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
GameSpot
By Maxwell McGee, GameSpotPosted Oct 31, 2011 3:00 pm GMT With a nod to Left 4 Dead, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City brings squad-based shooting to this survival horror series. There are two sides to every story. With Resident Evil: Operation ...
iPhone battery woes linked to iOS 5 update
Telegraph.co.uk
A flaw in Apple's iOS operating system could be causing iPhone battery life to drain more quickly than normal for some users, it has been claimed. By Shane Richmond, Head of Technology (Editorial) Since Apple launched the new iPhone 4S two weeks ago, ...
China builds petaflop supercomputer without AMD, Intel or Nvidia
Inquirer
By Lawrence Latif COMMUNIST China has built its first supercomputer using chips designed and manufactured in China instead of relying on AMD, Intel or Nvidia. China is no stranger to high performance computing (HPC). Last year the Dawning Nebulae ...
Uncharted 3 is one of the best (and most annoying) games of the year (review)
VentureBeat
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is one of the best video games of the year. In fact, it is one of the best I've ever played. But it will also go down as one of the most annoying. On the good side, developer Naughty Dog has perfected the art of building ...
Boeing to Build Spacecraft at NASA Shuttle Hangar
Fox News
| AP Helping pave the road for the future of commercial spaceflight, Boeing is hard at work on the research and development of a new space capsule aimed at flying people to the International Space Station. ORLANDO, Fla. – Boeing will announce an ...
FCC's New USF Plan: Something for Everyone
Multichannel News
By John Eggerton -- Multichannel News, 10/31/2011 12:01:00 AM Washington — The Federal Communications Commission last week approved a long-awaited and hotly debated reform proposal for its Universal Service Fund and intercarrier- compensation regime, ...
Bats could use a treat this Halloween
Stamford Plus Magazine
By Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) As Halloween approaches, images of bats are everywhere. From store decorations to Caped Crusader costumes for people and even pets, bats are a focal point for the season. ...
Samsung Is World's Leading Smartphone Maker (LON: SMSN)
LocalizedUSA
Samsung Electronics has overtaken Apple as the world's leading smartphone maker, according to numbers released for the July-September period. Samsung's sales have skyrocketed since the company entered the smartphone market last year thanks to a sleek ...
Scientists: Lutetia Asteroid is a puzzling discovery
The State Column
New images of Asteroid Lutetia is spurring new ideas about its formation and structure. Researchers suggest that this asteroid may have a molten-hot core, which could mean the asteroid is leftover from the planetary formation process. ...
Modern Warfare 3 Leaked Online
The Red 99
By mark.james · October 31, 2011 · No comments Despite stiff competition from the recently released Battlefield 3, the wait for November 8 has been unbearable for fans of the Call of Duty franchise, as they gear up to take on Modern Warfare for the ...
Ubisoft Registers Rainbow Six: Patriots
PlayStation LifeStyle
A few months ago, Kotaku reported that Ubisoft is hard at work in making a new Rainbow Six game. Many expected Ubisoft to show the game during E3, but it didn't happen. Some new web domain registrations have surfaced, which gives more credence to the ...
HTC Rezound ad pays Verizon stores an early visit, soonish launch likely
Engadget
By Brad Molen posted Oct 31st 2011 11:24AM The above image isn't a leak -- it's a dye-in-the-wool, true-blue LTE poster that a few Verizon stores have preemptively hung up. We're pretty sure these adverts aren't supposed to be displayed for our eyes to ...
Tesla's Model S sold out, Musk says
Bizjournals.com
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said the company has sold out next year's production of its Model S sedan and that Tesla could earn a profit in 2013, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. Palo Alto-based Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) has received orders for more than 6500 ...
Samsung to introduce flexible OLED technology by next year
Moneycontrol.com
If a report in PCWorld is anything to go by then mobile phones, for starters by Samsung may well be on their way to sporting flexible screens, by next year. The South Korean company made this announcement late last week. It is learnt that Samsung will ...
Army Testifies to Congress On Acquisition, Technology | Army News ...
By this time next year, the Army will have a good idea about alternatives for the ground combat vehicle program, Army leaders told Congressmen Wednesday. They.
Defense News by DefenceTalk.com
Partnership on Science and Technology – 13th Africa EU Joint Task ...
By ecdpm
The adoption of the Lisbon Partnership in December 2007, with science and technology as a priority focus, boosted scientific cooperation between the two continents. Since then, the European Commission and the African Union Commission ...
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Lane keeping technology by Ford could help save lives » Coolest ...
By Edwin
I guess with all the technological improvements that are incorporated into vehicles, we drivers start to relax ourselves more and more, taking things for granted while we are behind the wheel. Perhaps there should not be so much technology ...
Coolest Gadgets
After MoJo Investigation, US Company Admits Its Technology Used ...
By Hamed Aleaziz
A Blue Coat spokesman told Mother Jones that the company never sold its technology to Syria. So how did the equipment get there? Blue Coat told the Journal it's all a big misunderstanding: "[Blue Coat] shipped the Internet 'filtering' devices ...
Political Mojo | Mother Jones
Students and Campus Technology | .eduGuru
By Michael Fienen
Going down a slightly different road today, I thought I'd share this infographic from some ECAR data on how students are using technology on campus. We don't.
.eduGuru
Microsoft Moans over Android Technology as Globalization Takes ...
By Mellisa Tolentino
According to Horacio GutiĆ©rrez, Microsoft's deputy general counsel in charge of the company's intellectual property group, the reason behind Microsoft's move against Android is that they keep seeing Android make money out of technology ...
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30 October 2011

Report: Apple Investigates iPhone 4S Battery Issue

Report: Apple Investigates iPhone 4S Battery Issue
PC Magazine
By Sara Yin Apple engineers have begun contacting iPhone 4S owners about a known "issue" with its battery. Ever since the iPhone 4S hit stores two weeks ago, owners have been complaining of inexplicable drops in the iPhone 4S' battery, ...
Mozilla Builds a Special Bing'ed Firefox For Microsoft
Tom's Hardware Guide
This new Firefox features Bing as its default search engine instead of Google. According to Mozilla, the browser is an extension of the "partnership" the company announced with Microsoft in 2010. For Mozilla, the "Firefox with Bing" browser is ...
Apple Plans To Build Massive Solar Farm In North Carolina
Forbes
Permits dug up by the Charlotte Observer have revealed Apple Inc.'s plan to build a gigantic solar farm to help power its recently built $1 billion data center in North Carolina. Apple has not formally announced the project and did not respond to the ...
Pentagon offers $50K to reconstruct shredded documents
TG Daily
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is offering a $50000 prize to anyone who can piece together a series of shredded documents. According to DARPA exec Dan Kaufman, the goal of the initiative is to identify and assess potential...
Shuttle's Assembly Building Open to the Public
Discovery News
Starting Nov. 1, NASA will offer tours of its gigantic Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to visitors at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. It will be the first time in over 30 years that the general public will be granted access inside the building. ...
Nokia Kinetic Device flexes its muscle with a new twist on the traditional ...
Digitaltrends.com
Unveiled this week at Nokia World 2011, the Kinetic Device is a flexible OLED smartphone concept that responds to every twist and bend. Along with the long-awaited Lumia 800 and 710, Nokia unveiled a unique OLED smartphone this week at Nokia World 2011 ...
This weekend: First ever iPADS IN SPAAAACE
Register
By Brid-Aine Parnell • Get more from this author NASA will be streaming the live launch of a Russian Progress cargo spaceship this Saturday at 11pm BST, which will be carrying the precious cargo of food, oxygen, water and Apple iPads. ...
After Steve Jobs' Death, Culture Shock Is Inevitable at Apple
DailyFinance
By Travis Hoium Posted 7:00AM 10/29/11 Investing, Apple It's a new day at Apple (AAPL). The transition from a dynamic leader like Steve Jobs to a new generation at the helm of the iGiant will change the culture. It won't change in a year -- or maybe ...
Beluga messaging app shuts down December 15, encourages use of Facebook Messenger
Mobile Burn
Group messaging app Beluga announced yesterday that it would be shutting down its service on December 15. Beluga was purchased by Facebook earlier this year and provides the technology behind Facebook's own Messenger app for Android, iOS, ...
China Has Homemade Supercomputer Gain
New York Times
By JOHN MARKOFF China has made its first supercomputer based on Chinese microprocessor chips, an advance that surprised high-performance computing specialists in the United States. Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. ...
U.S. Firm Acknowledges Syria Uses Its Gear to Block Web
Wall Street Journal
By JENNIFER VALENTINO-DEVRIES, PAUL SONNE and NOUR MALAS A US company that makes Internet-blocking gear acknowledges that Syria has been using at least 13 of its devices to censor Web activity there—an admission that comes as the Syrian government ...
Google updates its TV as Apple TV speculation grows
San Jose Business Journal
Apple Inc. may be working on a plan to revolutionize the television in the future, but Google Inc. is updating its living room video efforts this weekend. Comments made by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs to his biographer set off a flurry of reports ...

Skeptic's own study finds climate change real, but says scientists should be ...
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — A prominent physicist and skeptic of global warming spent two years trying to find out if mainstream climate scientists were wrong. In the end, he determined they were right: Temperatures really are rising rapidly. ...
A Windows 8 smartphone could be coming next year
CNET
by Eric Mack October 29, 2011 5:19 PM PDT Follow @ericcmack A Chinese company says it will bring the yet-to-be-released Windows 8 to the small screen. In Technology Group has seemingly dedicated itself to merging the Windows PC experience with the...
REFILE-UPDATE 2-Sony mulling pulling out of LCD JV with Samsung-sources
Reuters
By Reiji Murai TOKYO Oct 30 (Reuters) - Sony Corp , struggling with a loss-making television business, is considering dissolving its LCD joint venture with South Korea's Samsung Electronics in a bid to cut costs, sources familiar with the matter said ...
PS Vita First Edition Bundle pre-order to ship one week early
Punch Jump
Sony Corp. this week announced it will sell the Playstation Vita First Edition Bundle to US retail Feb. 15, 2012, one week prior to the hardware launch date. The Playstation Vita First Edition Bundle will include the PS Vita 3G / Wi-Fi SKU, ...
Bright planets, meteors in November heavens
Washington Post
The November heavens serve up a few bright planets, sprinkled with a few meteors and an asteroid flyby. Jupiter remains brilliant throughout November. Catch this large gassy planet ascending the eastern sky in the dinner hour. ...
If Forrester likes Macs for IT today, they'll love Chromebooks tomorrow
ZDNet (blog)
By Sam Diaz | October 30, 2011, 4:00am PDT Summary: A new Forrester report suggests that IT should start embracing the use of the Mac - but for reasons that suggest they'll soon be singing the praises of Chromebooks, too. Forrester Research has had a ...
Apple Inks Another Deal That Signals It Plans to Create Own Maps Solution
PCWorld (blog)
By Christina DesMarais, PCWorld Oct 30, 2011 8:32 AM Apple's reported purchase of another 3D mapping company is further evidence it will inevitably reinvent its maps solution on its mobile devices and move away from Google. That raises the hope that ...
Facebook to Build Common Standards for Efficient Data Centers
Top Tech Reviews
Facebook wants to build common standards for effective hardware in the data center. It launched the Open Compute Foundation, which is an industry association with a goal of decreasing the cost and environmental impact of the computers in data centers. ...
Huge asteroid will pass by the Earth on Nov 8
eTaiwan News
By Cherice Chen On November 8, an asteroid 400 meters across will pass by the Earth, missing us by a safe margin of about 320000 kilometers (200000 miles). Named 2005 YU55, it's been known for some time that this pass will occur, and astronomers are ...
Astronaut says future space station a 'villa'
China Daily
JIUQUAN - "If we liken the return capsule on the spacecraft Shenzhou-5 that took me into space to a one-room apartment, the future space station China is trying to build might be compared to a spacious villa," Chinese astronaut Yang Liwei said Sunday. ...
BlackBerry owners flock to iPhone 4S in record numbers
Trinidad Guardian
BlackBerry owners are trading in their devices in record numbers, highlighting RIM's struggles and Apple's expected success with the iPhone 4S. Gazelle, an online tech product buyer, said the number of BlackBerry trades is up from its record highs ...
Apple Lossless Audio Codec Project: Open source
PopHerald.com
A welcome addition to the open-source media format world, iPods still can't play FLAC though. Audiophiles have long been tormented by the fact that their iPods simply can't play audio in FLAC format, they often have to resort to using other software ...
Are Stars The Origin Of Organic Life?
Gizmodo Australia
By Andrew Tarantola on October 30, 2011 at 2:30 AM Our Sun's energy is the source of all life on the planet, sure. But what if it was also the source of the first organic compounds that gave rise to life itself? A team of Hong Kong researchers believe ...
C3′s Astonishing 3D Model Technology–Now Part of Apple?
By Harry McCracken
In March of 2010, I went to a tech conference and saw a Swedish company called C3 Technologiesdemo its system for turning aerial photographs of cities into 3D worlds, with very little human intervention required.
Technologizer
The Science and Technology of Gaming Continues to Evolve » Blog ...
Moving forward, Jani Marante would like to see a stronger focus on the human aspect of a typical gaming technology operation. “Many times, we get so caught up in the numbers, we forget that our business functions on the sheer productivity ...
The Science and Technology of...
Twitter succeeds in spite of lousy technology and service « The ...
By Steve Buttry
I don't know all (or any) of the technology demands that Twitter faces to keep up with the incredible traffic it has and the incredible number of users. But I have to say that I don't recall such frequenttechnology failures from Facebook or Google. ...
The Buttry Diary
Technology trends - 12+ Meetings Technology Trends 2012 « Near ...
By Kenneth G. Mages
12+ Meetings Technology Trends 2012. By Editor Near Field Interaction (NFC) will provide streamlined connectivity and services for events. NFC is a small-range wireless connectivity standard to enable interaction between diplomacy when ...
Near Field Communication (NFC)...
Women 2.0 » Is Technology the Best Sector For Female ...
By Angie
The announcement that two of the largest technology companies are now headed by women gives us pause. Ginni Rometty's just-announced role as the next CEO of IBM, in addition to Meg Whitman, who became CEO of Hewlitt-Packard (HP) ...
Women 2.0
Dolby Technologies
Discover how Dolby® sound and imaging technologies make your audio pop and heighten your overall entertainment experience, from the cinema to your home ...
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28 October 2011

Google takes another shot at the TV market

Google takes another shot at the TV market
Reuters
A man works on Google logo at an exhibition stand at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover February 28, 2011. By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is making another push to bring its Web savvy to television sets, hoping to tap into a ...
Will RIM's Buy Two, Get One Free Offer Boost PlayBook Sales?
PC Magazine
By Leslie Horn Research in Motion seems to be trying everything to entice people to buy its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. In hopes of driving sales, BlackBerry business customers that buy two PlayBooks from an authorized reseller will get one free from ...
HP Tablet Future Rides Heavy on Windows 8
eWeek
HP, having abandoned its own webOS tablet plans, is betting big that consumers and businesses will gravitate to Windows 8 on touch screens. Hewlett-Packard, with its market-leading PC business back in the fold, is still in the tablet game. ...
Happy Birthday, Bill Gates!
Wired News
By Patrick Orndorff William Henry Gates, III was born on October 28, 1955 in Seattle, Washington. Like him or loathe him, Mr. Gates possesses all of the qualifications needed for birthday well-wishes on this blog: He is a Dad (a father of three) and he ...
Apple Lossless Audio Codec Project becomes open source
Apple Insider
By Sam Oliver Apple this week made its Lossless Audio Codec project for high-quality audio files open source under the Apache license, allowing anyone to make their own ALAC files. The ALAC audio codec was developed by Apple and is supported on the ...
RIM Loses Another Executive as Government Chief Departs
BusinessWeek
By Hugo Miller Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Research In Motion Ltd.'s government affairs chief has left the BlackBerry smartphone maker, adding to the number of recent executive departures as the company struggles to stop market share losses. ...
Speed-of-light experiment to be repeated
Telegraph.co.uk
Scientists who claimed to have recorded particles travelling faster than the speed of light will rerun their experiment with minor alterations in a bid to prove their results. By Nick Collins, Science Correspondent Researchers at Cern, ...
PS Vita First Edition Bundle Will Arrive One Week Early
Tom's Guide
Sony is offering gamers a chance to pre-order a special bundle for a limited time -- a bundle that will be released one week early. Last week Sony revealed the launch date of the upcoming PS Vita handheld gaming platform to be February 22, 2012. ...
Facebook Tests Security Features
CRN
By Antone Gonsalves, CRN Facebook is testing security features that boost password protection for third-party applications and make it easier to reactivate accounts hijacked by hackers. Facebook unveiled App Passwords and Trusted Friends Wednesday, ...
Future iPad Could Have 3D Gesture Controls, Patent Shows
PC Magazine
By Leslie Horn Someday, touch might not be the only way you control your iPad. The iPads of the future might be manipulated by 3D gestures, a patent uncovered by Patently Apple suggests. A patent application filed by Apple with the US Patent ...
How the Video Games Industry Is Faring
ABC News
By AP Oct. 20: Microsoft Corp. says revenue from the Xbox 360 products and services grew 7 percent, led by higher revenue from the Xbox Live service and offset by decreased revenue from video games and fewer consoles sold. Microsoft says video game ...
Facebook Shrugs off Alleged Attachment Vulnerability
PCWorld
By Jeremy Kirk, IDG News Facebook downplayed an alleged vulnerability in its social-networking site that could allow a hacker to send a potentially malicious file to anyone on Facebook. The issue concerns a Facebook feature that allows a user to send ...
Why Siri Is a Google Killer
Forbes
It's now been a couple of weeks since Siri debuted as part of Apple's (AAPL) 4S. The response from most people has been very positive. However, in my opinion, Siri is tremendously under-valued. People see it as it is today, which is already the best ...
No wind? No problem with giant battery bank
CNET
by Martin LaMonica October 27, 2011 1:36 PM PDT Follow @mlamonica A huge battery bank connected to a wind farm was officially commissioned today in a project that makes wind power more closely resemble a traditional power plant. ...
App Brings Old Pictures Resting in a Shoebox into the Digital Age
33 KDAF-TV
Ladies and gentlemen, the time is now... to break out those old-school photos and show everyone the rockstar you were back in the day. 1000memories just launched a free iPhone app called Shoebox that turns your smartphone into a photo scanner, ...
Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) Strengthens Groupon Competitor
eMoneyDaily
Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has partnered with 14 deal providers to strengthen its Daily Deals business. Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has made a lot of changes to its Daily Deals business to bring a wide range of Offers to its customers. ...
ARM details new 64-bit ARMv8 architecture, plans for server domination
ExtremeTech
By Joel Hruska on October 28, 2011 at 10:17 am ARM has unveiled its new 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. With ARMv8, the company is introducing two distinct operational modes: AArch64 and AArch32. Early information suggests there are design parallels between ...
The real reason why Steve Jobs drove without a license plate
Jalopnik
Many have speculated on why the late Steve Jobs never put a license plate on his cars. Was it because he preferred to pay whatever fines he incurred just so he could "Think Different"? Nope. He got away with it — legally — thanks to a California ...
Asteroid Lutetia may have core of hot melted metal
msnbc.com
An OSIRIS clear filter image taken during the flyby of the Rosetta spacecraft at asteroid Lutetia on July 10, 2010. By Charles Q. Choi A new look at an asteroid in deep space has revealed signs of a molten-hot core, a smoldering remnant from the ...
Technology Leadership and the International Scene | Education ...
By Jayson Richardson
If one walks into any school in the United States, it is obvious that digital technologies are pervasive. It is impossible not to see students using laptops or netbooks, tablets such as iPads, and handheld devices such as iPods or cell phones. ...
Big Think
dotCommonweal » Blog Archive » Two-beer Technology
By Matthew Boudway
A blog from Commonweal Magazine's editors and contributors, including Paul Baumann, Lawrence S. Cunningham, David Gibson, Cathleen Kaveny, Joseph A. Komonchak, J. Peter Nixon, Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, and others.
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Chemist, nanotechnology entrepreneur wins World Technology ...
Chemist, nanotechnology entrepreneur wins World Technology Award for Materials.
Nanowerk Nanotechnology News
Technology 2 – English Language O | BBC America - Anglophenia ...
By Paul Hechinger
It's not surprising that voice recognition technology has trouble recognizing some accents. It's also not surprising that new technologies can have an homogenizing effect on such cultural differences. Anthropologists have long pointed out how ...
BBC America - Anglophenia Blog
Technology has proved it can transform the world overnight — so ...
By Charlie Jane Anders
Is optimism just a crazy notion, or does technological innovation totally justify our faith? In the comments on our article about optimistic stories that could still come true, commenter Corpore-metal points out some of the ways that technology has ...
io9
Google+ For Apps Accounts Arrives | Geek Beat Technology News
By Gord McLeod
If you've been wondering what Google+ is all about but haven't joined because you wanted to use your Google Apps account, your wait is over.
Geek Beat Technology News
Solar: A Promising Technology or a Pipe Dream?
By David Fessler
The myopic view of our long-term energy supply gives would-be investors little incentive to spend or lend money in support of advancing any forms of alternative....
Investment U
Ford Explorer Lane Keeping Technology Can Detect Drowsy Drivers ...
By Matt Roush
The new Ford Explorer will come with a virtual cup of coffee for customers who opt for an innovative new Lane Keeping System that can warn drivers if it detects they are getting too tired to drive.
CBS Detroit
Global Capacity Names Chief Technology Officer | WHIR Web ...
Global Capacity Names Chief Technology Officer | The Web Host Industry Review - Web Hosting News.
theWHIR.com - Daily Web Hosting News
Pitch your innovative technology at midem, apply to midemlab now ...
By GigaOM
Are you a tech player? Have you built the next solution that will help music executives, artists and brands to engage with or monetize audiences? Midemlab is your chance to find new business partners, new funding and get high international ...
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