Technology News Archive - July 24, 2008
ESPOO, Finland and SAN DIEGO, July 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia and Qualcomm today announced that they have entered into a new agreement covering various standards including GSM, EDGE, CDMA, WCDMA, HSDPA, OFDM, WiMax, LTE and other technologies.
COLUMBIA, Md., July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Eurotech Inc., a leading provider of application-ready embedded computer systems for low power and high performance applications, announces today the launch of the Eurotech A3pci8024.
Insyde Software, a leading provider of Universal Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) based firmware, BIOS and engineering services today announced the availability of its InsydeH2O(TM) UEFI firmware solution for the Intel(R) EP80579 Integrated Processor product line.
Facebook began when American Mark Zuckerberg founded the social networking site on February 4, 2004, with two of his room-mates and another computer science student from Harvard University. Their vision was to create a networking site where they could remain in touch with friends.
Lincoln continues to be snubbed by social networking Internet site Facebook. Despite thousands of residents signing up to various campaigns to have the city officially recognised as a group, the site still ignores the requests.
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Our police force has been short-changed, our councils are cash- strapped and now Lincoln has even been snubbed by the owners of Internet phenomenon Facebook. The social networking site has ignored Lincoln in a list of towns and cities of the UK despite pleas by residents for representation.
.FOX Networks, the leading international ad network operated by Fox International Channels (FIC), announced today that its video advertising division, Utarget.Fox, has signed a significant global sales agreement with blinkx, the world's largest video search engine.
By Nigel Morris Home Affairs Correspondent Pounds 30 'licence fee' set to revolutionise illegal file- sharing Internet users could face an annual charge of up to 30 to download music, under plans to be unveiled today that aim to tackle illegal file-sharing.
Central Networks' ongoing work in the county includes increasing automation on its system to allow supplies to be restored from the company's control centre without an engineer having to go to the scene of incidents.
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