An application that will help you to get the spacing between corn to generate desired Bushels per acre. This app will take some standard...
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The companies behind T-Mobile, Vodafone, Orange and O2 have pledged that, by 2012, they will introduce services for near-field communications, the technology that powers contactless payments
San Francisco based, Climate Earth has developed new software technology that measures and analyzes the carbon impact inside the supply chain, from the production of a carton of orange juice to the construction of a giant skyscraper.
Orange will have exclusive use of Blyk's technology when the ad-funded virtual operator winds up its services in August
The ad-funded virtual mobile network operator Blyk is to transfer its users and technology over to Orange after the two companies signed a partnership deal, according to a report in New Media Age.Blyk gives users free mobile phone usage as long as they are happy to put up with advertising on their handsets.
Yves Tyrode, head of Orange's Technocentre projects, talked to ZDNet UK and other journalists at the Orange Partner Camp in Cape Canaveral on Tuesday about how to link innovation and commerce in the modern technology market. He also touched on cloud computing, the politics of making researchers and marketing people work together, the importance of openness, and why selling broadband services in the UK is "a nightmare".
Get 50 Top most Chinese and Hongkong News papers in one app. Simple interface. Easy navigation. Needs internet Connection to the device....
Orange may soon find itself with push-to-talk competition from RIM or other technology providers
This weekend, I'll be preparing for a trip to Amsterdam to attend the NokiaWorld event with my Foldera and MobileCrunch buddy Oliver Starr. We've been invited to blog the event, billed as the mobility event of the year. The agenda looks fantastic and features speakers from a stellar group of companies including Adobe, Cisco, Citigroup, Orange, Sony, Telefonica, Warner Brothers, and Yahoo.The highlight of day two of the event will be a series of sessions devoted to sharing the results from a recent study Nokia conducted to map and measure the use of mobile technology.
An easy-to-use Android app which makes your photos look like one which is created by an artist. This app creats pencil sketch, Crayon...
Orange is claiming to have the best network for 3G use as well as the best technology with which to use the technology ahead of its first 3G phones going on sale at the end of the week
Mobile phone provider Orange and car manufacturer Smart have joined forces to produce the UK's first car to come equipped with Bluetooth technology as standard.
Mobile operators craving fresh revenue streams have brought in a new technology that allows British Web surfers to get online information sent to their phones in a text message, the technology's creator, PocketThis, said Friday. The company has been working with wireless communications company Orange to develop such a system for mobile operators, and Orange Pocket will be fully launched in Britain in the coming months.
Motorola announced Tuesday that it has sold $253 million of wireless gear for use in TA Orange's network in Thailand. The equipment, which uses GSM (Global Systems for Mobile Communications) technology and runs on 1800 megahertz, will be installed in Thailand's northern, northeastern and eastern provinces, and will become part of a nationwide network that will offer service by the end of 2002. In addition to the equipment, TA Orange, a joint venture between CP Group, Telecom Asia and Orange SA that markets its service under the Orange name, will receive integration and installation services from Motorola. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News
Two UK-based high-tech outfits look set to fly in the face of prevailing financial wisdom by floating. Marlborough Stirling and Ubinetics have both announced their intention to IPO, despite the poor showing by Orange and the continued weak demand for technology stocks.
A company should have faith in a technology if it gives it the highest of high-profile ad campaigns. In the UK, mobile phone network operator, Orange, clearly has that in a technology which, up until now, hasn't enjoyed the best reputation: speech recognition. Tony Hallett investigates