Vauxhall's VXR department has been at it again, this time making the Astra foam at the mouth. It's bright, it's fast and it's fun. What more do you need?
The first generation Vauxhall Astra VXR pushed the power boundaries in the FWD hot hatch arena. The newest take on it does the same, and then some.
Vauxhall is pumping up its Astra with some serious new hardware. The company's started fitting its cars with Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 laptops.
This scanner sticks to the middle of the road on price, performance, and extras. It's not a bad scanner, but it's not the best value either.
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Chat application Trillian is getting some new and upcoming protocols, making it one of the most diverse instant-messaging applications on the market.
Trillian's user profiles get an injection of social with the latest update.
Astra now has widgets that can go on your desktop, too. Neat.
We get our grubby mitts on the next generation of Trillian, named "Astra."
A new version of Trillian Astra, which requires neither app download nor browser, is on the way.
Pharmaceuticals maker AstraZeneca said Tuesday that it has agreed to purchase software from Ariba to reduce the cost of keeping its supplies in stock. Earlier this year, the $8.7 billion manufacturer bought Ariba's electronic-auction applications and has been using them to negotiate contracts with suppliers online. AstraZeneca expects the additional software, called Ariba Spend Management Suite, to help it cut costs through electronic invoicing and ordering. Neither company would disclose the value of the deal.