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Blingathon: Novero's Victoria Bluetooth headsets

Novero, a company formed by ex-Nokia managers keen to express their stylish sides, on Wednesday showed off a range of Bluetooth gadgets that target the fashion-conscious who still want to yell into empty space.

By May. 12, 2010


Novero Victoria Bluetooth headset early review: Ringa bling bling

Nokia-offshoot Novero gets out its glue gun and a handful of diamonds to bedazzle us with Bluetooth headsets like we've never seen before

4 Images By May. 12, 2010


1988 Ford Crown Victoria Country Squire LX

Ford's big wagon is also big on luxury technologies and 8-passenger seating.

May. 21, 2008


China targets user-generated maps

The State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping is poised to start issuing licenses to Internet map providers, and maps will have to be hosted on servers based in China.

By Jun. 9, 2010


Novell: Virtualization not for all servers

Virtualization is not the best choice in cases, Novell exec says, when there is a need to ensure as little latency as possible--for example, in a stock exchange environment.

By Jan. 29, 2010


Chrome OS to follow Google Apps adoption

Enterprise adoption of Netbooks running Google's OS will follow the path of its hosted apps, in which small businesses were the initial adopters, an exec says.

By Jan. 7, 2010


Google says Docs to catch up to Office next year

A Google exec says that Docs isn't "mature" enough yet for businesses but that another 30 to 50 updates will bring it up to speed with Microsoft Office.

By Nov. 13, 2009


Nokia: Smartphone batteries need 'breakthrough'

The head of the handset maker's research center says it will be a long time yet before power-hungry smartphones can last on a weekly power charge.

By Nov. 11, 2009


GPS device maps show their age

Navteq and other providers are turning to user feedback to supplement map data that can be two years old, even on new devices.

By Sep. 2, 2009


Typhoon knocks out Asia telecom cable

Cut in Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2 undersea cable cripples connection speeds in Asia-Pacific region Wednesday, hitting Singapore and the Philippines.

By Aug. 12, 2009