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NAVTEQ and NNG demonstrates the iGo My way application using NAVTEQ Natural Guidance, which generate directions a person does, rather than the usual linear instructions provided by current navigation systems.
ZoomSafer announces that its innovative safe driving software for Android phones is now available for Android phones.
We know Windows Phone 7 will have an incoming update that adds copy/paste function, but word has it that it might be announced within this week, in time for Steve Ballmer's keynote at CES 2011.
While there's been no official minimum requirements being laid out by Google, PC Magazine has gotten word from the director of Enspert that the tablet-optimized Google Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, requires a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor.
Kinect has a lot of virtual and real world potential, if there's the right implementation. In fact, the University of Southern California's Institute for Creative Technologies has ported this motion sensing technology onto World of Warcraft.
Google's Android isn't a stranger to the Nokia N900, and just like before, we now have Gingerbread loaded onto the Maemo-based device.
Opera announces new widget runtime platform (for Google's Android) which will support the new WAC 1.0 specification.
Survey reveals statistics which show consumers' complacency and ignorance when it comes to backing up their data. Read on for the full report as well as why backup and recovery is as important as antivirus.
Besides the earlier confirmed cut-and-paste update to Windows Phone 7 in early 2011, there's also news of a bigger update coming up in August 2011, which could include Silverlight and HTML5 features in the Microsoft mobile OS.
Adobe has announced that Google has licensed the Adobe Content Server 4 software as its ebook content protection solution for Google eBooks.