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Trovit Cars

Looking for a car? Trovit! All used cars for sale in one place and on the go!SUV, coupe, station wagon, convertible, sedan, sports...

March 19, 2015 By Trovit

Sharp SmartCentral Remote

SEARCH LESS DISCOVER MORE.No more switching TV inputs or launching individual apps to find the shows you want to watch. From one place,...

March 14, 2015 By Sharp Electronics Corporation

Ambatana

Buy and sell second hand products with people living nearby. Ambatana is a flea market on your smartphone. Get cash for the things...

February 17, 2015 By Ambatana

Google enhances Maps for Android and iPhone browsers

Google has updated its mobile browser-based mapping service, to bring it more in line with dedicated Google Maps apps for Android and iPhone.According to a blog post on Friday by Google software engineer Alireza Ali, users of those smartphone platforms are now able to see their current location — after agreeing to transmit such information to Google — and search for nearby locations with suggest and autocomplete.

May 23, 2011 by

RIM, Microsoft ally: BlackBerry gets Bing

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made a surprise appearance at the BlackBerry World 2011 keynote in Orlando, Florida, and announced a new partnership between Microsoft and Research In Motion (RIM) that will make Bing the default search engine and maps provider for BlackBerry devices.

May 3, 2011 by

Yahoo blames Microsoft for Windows Phone 7 data bug

Microsoft's implementation of email retrieval settings on Windows Phone 7 is to blame for Yahoo Mail customers using unexpectedly large amounts of data on that smartphone platform, Yahoo has said.In the latest twist to the search for culpability over the issue — some users have been consuming 25 times the data that should be needed to retrieve Yahoo Mail emails on Windows Phone 7 handsets — Yahoo said on Wednesday that Microsoft was responsible.

February 2, 2011 by

Gartner: Nokia needs a European Steve Jobs

Nokia is on the lookout for a replacement for current chief executive, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, according to an online report posted today.The report, published in the Wall Street Journal Online, cites "people familiar with the matter" as the source of the information and suggests that it is Nokia's failure to make an impact on the smartphone market that is behind the Finnish company's search for a new CEO.

July 20, 2010 by

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