US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

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The U.S. government has lifted sanctions on the export of a variety of consumer communications devices, software and services including mobile phones to Iran ahead of elections in that country.The U.S. Department of the Treasury, in consultation with the U.S. Department of State, has issued a license authorizing the...
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US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

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The U.S. government has lifted sanctions on the export of a variety of consumer communications devices, software and services including mobile phones to Iran ahead of elections in that country....
US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

Japanese Carrier DoCoMo To Pay $50M To Take A 7% Stake In Pioneer To Expand Its Push Into In-Car Transport Systems

techcrunch.com
Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has announced it plans to invest around $50 million into Japanese digital entertainment company Pioneer Corporation, which makes in-car electronics, to acquire approximately seven per cent of the company. The pair described the investment as “a business and capital alliance” in a press release today. The news was...
Japanese Carrier DoCoMo To Pay $50M To Take A 7% Stake In Pioneer To Expand Its Push Into In-Car Transport Systems

DoCoMo invests $50 million in Pioneer as it drives into the in-car intelligence space

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Japanese operator DoCoMo is cruising into the in-car intelligence industry after it announced – via ZDNet Asia — that will see it invest 5 billion yen (around $50 million) for a 7 percent share of car and home electronics specialist Pioneer. The agreement sees two companies work together to develop a cloud-based intelligent...
DoCoMo invests $50 million in Pioneer as it drives into the in-car intelligence space

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techcrunch.com
I don’t see any problem with this. In short, a West Virginia lawmaker wants to make wearing head mounted displays while driving against the law in his state. The devices would join other banned electronic communication devices like cell phones. The bill, while perhaps a bit laughable at first, is...
West Virginia Lawmaker Seeks To Ban Drivers From Wearing Head Mounted Displays Like Google Glass
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Apple fails at its second attempt to patent the iPad's design in Russia

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Russian Chamber for Patent Disputes has rejected Apple’s appeal on the Russian Patent Office’s refusal to register a patent for the iPad’s design, Cnews reports. Over the last 2 years, Apple has been trying to get iPad schematic design — which is essentially rounded corners, flat front surface, and round...
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Verizon Waives Two Weeks of Voice and Text Charges for Sandy Victims

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(Photo: Twitter/swissmiss) Anyone in the New York/New Jersey region knows how hard it was to make a call or send a text message in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation. Simply dialing up your parents to let them know you were okay resulted in many a frustrating dropped call, “mobile...
Verizon Waives Two Weeks of Voice and Text Charges for Sandy Victims

When disaster strikes: There's no app for that

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I’ve never been one to pine for older technologies but today I do. As Hurricane Sandy moves towards our New York City apartment, it occurs to me that we’re poorly prepared. We have food and water, yes, but no reliable communication tools. To be sure our home has a galaxy of...
When disaster strikes: There's no app for that
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