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The Bosch Tassimo Titanium Single-Serve Beverage Brewer uses specialty packaging and bar-code reader technology.
This week's apps include an excellent product bar code scanner and a four-wheeling ATV game that's probably the best of its kind in the iTunes Store.
The aptly named FoodScanner uses your iPhone's camera to quickly and efficiently scan bar codes, then maintain a log of the foods you eat throughout the day.
Malware posted by a Swiss researcher could be used to listen in on and record Internet calls on Windows machines that use voice over IP services.
Talk about a win-win: This site distributes App Store codes to users who want free apps and developers who want feedback (and a potential sales bump) for those apps.
The company behind MIPS has released the source code for porting the Android operating system to that processor architecture.
Among a bevy of Microsoft stories this week, the company is contributing code for inclusion in Linux, thanks to a Novell fellow. Also: Amazon buys Zappos and PayPal gets a new API.
In a move even the software maker notes is unusual, the company is contributing code for three drivers for inclusion in the open-source operating system. No, it hasn't lost its mind.
Company will no longer provide developers of iPhone apps rated 17+ with promotional codes, a feature developers had used to market their offerings.