Flagship Product Archive

  • G Data generation 2013 provides excellent protection

    G Data generation 2013 provides excellent protection

    Internet security specialist launches new solutions London, 24th April, 2012 - Computer malware threats are increasingly short-lived and always changing. Pure signature-based malware detection no longer suffices. With the new G Data security generation, the Internet security specialist uses the most up-to-date proactive technologies. Unique BankGuard...

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  • netTALK Surpasses Facebook and Skype as #1 Downloaded Free Social Networking iTunes App in Canada

    MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–netTALK.COM, INC. (OTCBB: NTLK), a publicly traded Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) company engaged in the sales of developed products and connectivity network...

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  • Inspired Instruments Raises $1.25M, Lets You Rock Out On A Digital Guitar (Video)

    Inspired Instruments Raises $1.25M, Lets You Rock Out On A Digital Guitar (Video)

    Inspired Instruments, makers of a portable, real-string digital guitar dubbed the You Rock Guitar, has raised $1.25 million from a number of private investors in preparation for the launch of the You Rock Guitar platform and to move forward with a line of accessories and software solutions. The company's flagship product, the You Rock Guitar, is a mobile digital guitar and game controller that plays nice with the Wii, PlayStation 3, your computer, iPod / iPhone, iPad, your amplifier or stereo and with popular games like Guitar Hero and RockBand.

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  • Verizon Droid Is The Real Deal

    Verizon Droid Is The Real Deal

    Verizon and Motorola finally lifted the curtain on their new Droid Android phone yesterday. Make no mistake, this is Android's flagship product, and the first phone that will pose a significant threat to Apple's iPhone. And it will be available very soon, possibly as early as the end of this month. MobileCrunch has been tracking the phone, which has also been called the Tao or Sholes, for some time. Just about anyone who has come in contact with the phone can't stop talking about it. And from what we hear, they have good reason. The phone is a three-way effort between Motorola, Verizon and Google. It looks a lot like the iPhone, and may even be as thin or thinner than the iPhone 3GS. It also has two key advantages over the iPhone - a slide out physical keyboard, and use of the Verizon network. Unlike previous Android phones, the Droid is rumored to be powered by the TI OMAP3430, the same core that the iPhone and Palm Pre use, and which significantly outperforms Qualcomm 528MHz ARM11 based Android phones that exist today (Engadget has a great overview article on mobile CPUs).

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  • Microsoft Buys Interactive Supercomputing, Kills Its Product Line

    Microsoft Buys Interactive Supercomputing, Kills Its Product Line

    peHUB yesterday caught wind of Microsoft’s supposed acquisition of Interactive Supercomputing, a company specialized in bringing the power of parallel computing to desktops, but was declined an official comment to the news following a request for confirmation. Redmond has this morning officially announced the acquisition by means of a blog post on the Windows Server Division Weblog and an information website, detailing that it has picked up the technology assets of ISC and that the latter’s employees – including CEO Bill Blake – will be joining the Microsoft team at the New England Research & Development Center in Cambridge, MA. Microsoft says it will not continue developing Star-P (ISC’s flagship product) beyond version 2.8 which was released earlier this year, and that version 2.9 that was released to a few customers in Beta will not be released for production use by customers. Active Star-P customers who are using earlier versions of Star P were granted the right to upgrade to 2.8 by ISC prior to the close of the transaction. Microsoft did not acquire the customer contracts between ISC and their customers but says it will provide technical support to active customers through the longer of their existing support contracts or 12/31/2010.

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