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Mapping software company TomTom has made its mapping data available to apps developers, providing an alternative to companies that now use maps from Google and Apple.
The "Copyright Alert System" (CAS) - an elaborate combination of surveillance, warnings, and "education" directed at customers of most major U.S. Internet service providers - is poised to launch in the next few weeks, as has been widely reported.
Microsoft today released an update to its sync apps for SkyDrive, which includes the ability to select what you sync along with the ability to share files and folders right from the Windows File Explorer.
Although Microsoft last week said that graphics software DirectX 11.1 will be exclusively avalable on Windows 8, a patch would add some parts of the new software to not Windows 7 SP1 systems.
Microsoft's chief executive said his company would not miss any possible opportunities to build its own devices, after the launch of its Surface tablet last month.
Google made an equity investment of $75 million in a 50MW wind farm in Rippey, a small town in Greene County, about an hour outside of Des Moines, Iowa.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with NARM, the music business association, and its affiliated organization digitalmusic.org, today jointly launched the "Why Music Matters" website in the United States (www.whymusicmatters.com).
Imation today announced beta availability of its IronKey Workspace, certified for deployment of Windows To Go.
Club 3D unveiled today its new game bundles for its GeForce 600 graphic card series.
Hewlett-Packard is taking a step away from traditional server design with the new Proliant SL4500 server, which mixes processing, networking, and storage units to optimize performance of applications like OpenStack and Hadoop.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD 8.9" - the large-screen version of Amazon's HD tablet - ships today, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
OnLive Game Service has just been integrated into the LG Smart TV with Google TV (G2 Series), making games instantly playable on the TV screen.
Researchers have developed a new software program, called WiFox, which can be incorporated into existing networks and expedites data traffic in large audience WiFi environments.
LSI has introduced Syncro, a storage architecture designed to deliver storage sharing and scaling capabilities for multi-server solutions.
HARMAN International Industries released two JBL speaker docks built to support the new Apple iPhone 5, iPad Mini, new iPod models and the revised iPad with Retina display.
German software manufacturer Ashampoo today released the 12th edition of Ashampoo Burning Studio.
Adobe today unveiled new components of Project Primetime, the first video technology platform that publishes and monetizes broadcast TV content across Web-connected devices.
SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES and Doug Carson & Associates, Inc. (DCA) have reached an agreement on licensing the Optical Disc Write Strategy Technology from DCA Inc.
Consistent with previously stated strategic plans, Texas Instruments (TI) announced today it will reduce costs and focus investments in its Wireless business on embedded markets with greater potential for sustainable growth.
Pioneer is making the top DJ mixer in its line even better with the announcement of the new DJM-2000nexus performance mixer.
WiGig and VESA have established a joint working group to advance the WiGig DisplayPort video standard certification.
Samsung today announced a next-generation 64GB embedded multimedia card (eMMC) using 10nm-class process technology. The new 64Gb NAND memory went into production late last month.

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