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The DEMO Asia winners! Hoiio API, joined by FlexiRoam, Gilcrux, Pixtelz, Sofshell, Fiett

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Winners of the DEMO Asia conference were just announced. This brings to an end two days of presentations, and in fact months of grueling preparation by the companies that launched products here at our first DEMO event here in Singapore. Of course, there was plenty of networking too, and now...
The DEMO Asia winners! Hoiio API, joined by FlexiRoam, Gilcrux, Pixtelz, Sofshell, Fiett

Windows 8 goes IMAP, ending Google Calendar syncing as Google drops Exchange Active Sync support

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Last evening, The Verge reported an issue by which Google Calendar in the latest build of the updated Windows 8 communications applications failed to function. TNW has learned that Microsoft has moved those applications to IMAP support, ending functional support for Google’s Calendar service. Google is moving away from Exchange...
Windows 8 goes IMAP, ending Google Calendar syncing as Google drops Exchange Active Sync support
Google beefs up Hangouts into text, photo, video chat powerhouse

Fujitsu speeds up internet transmissions, declares war on buffering

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Fujitsu's engineers, bored of waiting for their movies to download, have cooked up a new data transfer protocol that promises to be 30 times faster than current speeds. Using a proprietary tweak of user datagram protocol (UDP), the software examines the available bandwidth and only uses the optimal amount,...
Fujitsu speeds up internet transmissions, declares war on buffering

MStar revealed as ARM graphics IP licensor

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MStar Semiconductor Inc., a fables supplier of chips for consumers and communications applications which has licensed graphics cores from Imagination Technologies Group plc, is also a licensor of Mali graphics technology from ARM Holdings plc. View the full article HERE....
MStar revealed as ARM graphics IP licensor

As Windows Phone 8 fulfilled the Windows Phone promise, so will Blue complete Windows 8

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This weekend brought a number of Windows Blue leaks that confirmed much of what we already knew: Windows Blue is not Windows 9, it is instead a bundle of feature improvements and general corrections to the operating system that has suffered from quirkiness its entire, short life. Windows Blue will...
As Windows Phone 8 fulfilled the Windows Phone promise, so will Blue complete Windows 8

Fujitsu marshals resources to help recovery after the historic 2011 earthquake

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Fujitsu's contributions of various resources, including free cloud services, communications applications, PCs and volunteers, helped workers, customers and Japanese residents as they try to recover from the devastation caused by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami....
Fujitsu marshals resources to help recovery after the historic 2011 earthquake

Apple files for trademark for new notification icon

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The company's filing displays an icon, presumably designed for iOS, that would show communications applications with pending notices all in one. [Read more]...
Apple files for trademark for new notification icon
Report: Apple signs up fingerprint security company Microlatch to develop NFC technology
Windows 8 Mail, Calendar, People, Messaging, and other apps updated for Release Preview
How Microsoft is killing off the Zune and Windows Live brands in Windows 8

Google, Mozilla hail new WebRTC standard that links Chrome and Firefox

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Developers now can create audio and video communications applications that work across the Chrome and Firefox browsers without the need for plug-ins....
Google, Mozilla hail new WebRTC standard that links Chrome and Firefox

An Arab Spring For IT

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Editor’s note: Alan S. Cohen is Vice President of Marketing at Nicira. A 20-year IT veteran, Alan has held executive positions at Cisco, Airespace, Tahoe Networks, IBM, US WEST, Coopers & Lybrand, and the Department of Energy. Change in the air. It’s palpable. Those of us in the technology world...
An Arab Spring For IT

Rumor: Apple strikes deal with Australian start-up Microlatch for fingerprint security tech

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Apple has reportedly inked a deal with Microlatch to use the firm's fingerprint recognition technology in near-field communications applications, possibly hinting that the iPhone maker is serious about introducing e-wallet functionality to future devices....
Rumor: Apple strikes deal with Australian start-up Microlatch for fingerprint security tech
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