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Consumer Watchdog today called on federal regulators to block Google's proposed $1 billion acquisition of Waze, developers of a mobile mapping application, on antitrust grounds.
Facebook is introducing hashtags, the number signs used on Twitter, Instagram and other services to identify topics being discussed and allow users to search for them.
Accelerating the implementation of big data solutions, Intel announced the Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre software to make performance-based storage solutions easier to deploy and manage.
During last week's Computex Taipei trade show, Noctua gave an update on its cooperation with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) specialists RotoSub, exhibiting a prototype of the first CPU cooler with integrated ANC as well as an early prototype of an ANC fan for watercooling radiators.
Imation today launched its next generation object store, the Nexsan Assureon secure automated archive solution.
Super Talent Technology today announced its Super Hybrid drives for enterprise and desktop consumers.
Broadcom Corp. leveraged its NetLogic acquisition to release a high-performance communications processor. The XLP980 leapfrogs archrival Cavium Networks to become the first to handle a trillion network operations/second.
Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are participating to InfoComm 2013, an event for the professional audio visual, and information communication industries, where they will be exhibiting their latest display technlogies.
Orange will make available in France the STYLISTIC S01, a smartphone designed mainly for seniors. The smartphone will be available at an initial price of €89.90 when purchased together with the Orange-recommended Origami Zen 500 MB package (with a 24-month commitment).
The cost of AMOLED panels will remain very high compared to TFT LCD display panels, limiting adoption by consumers and keeping their prices high.
Sony will release next month in Japan the BDP-S5100 and the BDP-S1100 Blu-ray disc players, both offering a polyhedron, stylish design, fast start-ups and support a wide variety of audio and video formats.
Alienware introduced its latest and most powerful gaming laptops with the unveiling of the Alienware 14, Alienware 17 and Alienware 18 at E3 in Los Angeles. The systems feature a bold new design and high performance.
Club3D, a subsidiary of Tul Corporation, announced on Monday that it will focus on delivering AMD products only (graphics cards), dropping support for NVIDIA.
Samsung today officially announced the launch of the Samsung GALAXY S4 zoom, a new device which combines the style of the latest GALAXY S4 smartphone with advanced photographic capabilities.

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