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Relying on the ever helpful London public an alien searches for a pub recommended by his friend. Salvation arrives in the shape of a personal navigator. City Guides Be a local when you go abroad with Nokia Maps City Guides. Whether you're on a hen party to Prague, a football tour to Barcelona or on a pilgrimage to the basilicas of Rome, you'll find the Nokia Maps City Guides invaluable. Simply purchase and download them to your phone by going into Options/Extra/Guides; and don’t forget, if you're a bit skint and want to avoid a couple of megs data charges you can always download them via wi-fi. Remember - downloading them before you leave the country will almost certainly work out cheaper Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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Two arguing pirates struggle to find the spot marked X. Fortunately a personal navigator intervenes and guides them to their treasure. Voice Guided Navigation Keeping one eye on the road and the other on your phone to follow directions is tricky, not to mention stupidly life endangering. So Nokia is delighted to offer you your very own Voice Guided Personal Navigator. Depending on your phone, you can download Turn-by-Turn Navigation just for a day, or a month, or even a year. You might even qualify for a free trial. Why not give it a go next time you're driving around the Reading one-way system for the 3rd time, losing the will to live and asking for directions from someone who will inevitably respond 'Sorry mate, I'm not from around here'. Or more likely, 'Sorry mate, I'm lost too'. Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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As a male goth waits in one park, sadly, a female waits in another. Fortunately their personal navigators guide them both to a graveyard where they’re united. Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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Whilst out jogging and monitoring his performance Pacman turns a right-angled corner and comes face to face with his enemies, the ghosts. A change of pace is quickly required. Sports Tracker Whether you're training for the London 2012 Olympics, the London to Brighton Charity bike ride, or going for a Sunday jog, the Nokia Sports Tracker is like having your very own Personal Trainer and Personal Navigator in your pocket. Not that it'll shout at you for going too slowly of course, but whether you're running or cycling it will monitor and record your route, distance, speed, time, calories burnt and even altitude. If that magical moment comes and you bypass a Kenyan athlete bent over double, and wish to record the moment for posterity, you can take a picture with your phone and pinpoint the exact spot where it was taken on your route. And then, when it's all over and some feeling has returned to your limbs, you can upload your workout to your personal training diary, and then share it with your mates, assuming you wish to gloat of course. Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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Walking the streets in a bad part of town, a dejected chicken is unable to find his destination. However, the arrival of a personal navigator puts him back on track and a smile on his beak. Be a local when you go abroad with Nokia Maps City Guides. Whether you're on a hen party to Prague, a football tour to Barcelona or on a pilgrimage to the basilicas of Rome, you'll find the Nokia Maps City Guides invaluable. Simply purchase and download them to your phone by going into Options/Extra/Guides; and don’t forget, if you're a bit skint and want to avoid a couple of megs data charges you can always download them via wi-fi. Remember - downloading them before you leave the country will almost certainly work out cheaper. Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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A new service to keep you safe.You can check about people's criminal background with a mouse click. Now your house and childrens are safe.You can check background of people before hiring.
8 Aug 2008
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Three icons of protection descended on the 62nd Street and Broadway Best Buy today to kick off the national launch of Geek Squad Black Tie Protection (GSBTP), a revolutionary new service plan. The icons, Richard Dean Anderson, Tanya Roberts and Steven Seagal, made their grand entrance in black sport utility vehicles flanked by black and white Geekmobiles. To view Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/iconsofprotection/34911/
23 Apr 2009
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Tata Communications First to Launch Cisco TelePresence Pay-Per-Use Public Rooms Available in Hotels and Business Centres around the World Tata Communications, a leading provider of the new world of communications, announced the launch of its telepresence rooms available for public use in the United States and United Kingdom, linking to additional public rooms in Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, India. The collaboration between Tata Communications and Cisco is the first managed telepresence service in the world to deliver public and private Cisco TelePresence rooms to companies globally. This new service will allow companies and individuals to use Cisco TelePresence for one-off meetings. Tata Communications is working with Cisco, Taj Hotels owner, the Indian Hotels Company Limited, and the Confederation of India Industry (CII) to offer public telepresence facilities which are available for rent on an hourly basis. The first phase of public rooms was launched in India in July at the Taj Hotels in Mumbai and Bangalore, and CII offices in Bangalore and Chennai. Tata plans to make 100 rooms available globally by the end of 2009. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/tatacommunications/35364/
18 Oct 2008
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All types of companies including nonprofits, small business, large corporations to self employed individuals use the Done In Sixty Seconds internet video tool. Clients use the Done In Sixty Seconds Communications video to present information, advertise, promote a service or product, announce events or breaking news, introduce new services or products, give instructions, train, educate or any call to action. What will you use yours for? By making the entire video design process available online, the amount of time and cost associated with web video creation is drastically reduced. The customer designs the video on our website by selecting a number of features, such as actor, style of dress, speaking style, background, music, etc.
18 Oct 2008
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Semantic Web startup AdaptiveBlue on Tuesday is launching a new service, called Glue, that connects people around everyday things, including books, movies and music through a wide range of Web sites, including Amazon, Last.fm, Netflix, Yahoo! Finance, Wine**** and Citysearch. "We forget that the Web has no concept of a book or a movie," says Brad Burnham, co-founder of Union Square Ventures, which led AdaptiveBlue's $1.5 million Series A in 2007. "When we get together with our friends, we don't talk about URLs, we talk about things--about books, movies, wine, etc.," adds Burnham. "With this release, AdaptiveBlue is making it possible for people to come together around the things that mean something to them, not just the pages they visit." Along with the new product, AdaptiveBlue is announcing details of its recent $4.5 million Series B, which closed at the end of August and had been reported by some blogs earlier this month. AdaptiveBlue founder and CEO Alex Iskold (pictured) tells Tech Confidential that the round was led by RRE Ventures, with participation from Union Square. "Our investment in AdaptiveBlue is a reflection of our confidence in Alex, his outstanding team and in their collective ability to deliver what we think will be one of the first truly useful semantic tools for the Web," says Jim Robinson, who co-founded RRE in 1994 with Stuart Ellman. Robinson has joined AdaptiveBlue's board of directors. AdaptiveBlue conforms with other investments RRE has made under the theme of "filtering technologies," including SkyGrid Inc. and Storm Exchange Inc. "Investing in AdaptiveBlue is in keeping with our belief that ever-spiralling data sources require better tools," Robinson says. "Semantic technology is a big part of that." Iskold, 36, is an experienced entrepreneur, having sold his first company, Information Laboratory, to IBM Corp. [IBM] for an undisclosed amount in 2003. He is also a prolific writer, with a blog and frequent contributions to ReadWriteWeb on topics ranging from advice for startups to the challenges of protecting patents in the "era of open-source ideas." In Tech Confidential's Behind the Money video interview, Iskold talks about Glue, his new investors and the challenges of running a startup in the current economic climate.
29 Oct 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2008/10/microsoft-teams.html#more Microsoft and Akamai Technologies will release a beta version of a high-definition video solution for PCs in early 2009, the companies announced today. Both companies are introducing new streaming technologies to make the new service possible. More details will be discussed later this morning when Microsoft Director of Media and Advertising Evangelism Erick Schmidt speak at the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable today (Oct 28) in New York. The program begins at 9 a.m. EDT and ends at noon. Microsoft will adapt video quality to server connection speeds with its Internet Information Services Smooth Streaming technology, making it possible for the video to start instantly without buffering. Akamai AdaptiveEdge Streaming for Microsoft Silverlight, which will be available in beta to select customers in early 2009, will build upon that technology. Andy interviewed Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie about Silverlight earlier this month; I republished the video above. Here is the joint press release. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
29 Oct 2008
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This Business Online TV show features Business Networking Strategist Andy Lopata, so many online networks now a lot of people just play the numbers game on these sites - the numbers game is taking over! LinkedIn or Ecademy? Ryze or Xing? Social Networking is still a huge buzz online, and web users around the world are signing on to almost every new service that springs up. It’s certainly hot, but which service is t the top of the pile? Our expert doesn't believe it’s simply a numbers game, but, he warns - there are plenty of people out there who believe otherwise. Find out Andy’s advice on who is winning the social networking game, as well as: - Networkers are building shallow contacts in their thousands - is it really worthwhile? - Why you need to know exactly what your motives are for doing this - How to choose from the huge number of networks online now - Find out what he thinks about the numbers game, and why it’s taking over See more business news television shows and get even more of the best expert networking advice from Andy Lopata at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
6 Nov 2008
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