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City2

City 2 has launched the City 2 Smartshopping application. This new mobile application delivers dedicated information regarding the center but is...

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Wifimage+

WiFiMage+ is an application that allows you to enter all the information in a card directly from an iPhone.This input can be done near the printer,...

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WifimagePlus

WiFiMage+ is an application that allows you to enter all the information in a card directly from an iPad.This input can be done near the printer,...

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Clickycard

What happened to your paper business cards? Do your contacts still have your business card? Can they easily recommend you? How many have you...

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Grandesign

grandesignEtico is an event that connects people working in design, creativity and art.What you're about to enjoy is not an App. Everybody talks...

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ICICIdirect for Windows 8

Integrate customers saving, trading, and dematerialized accounts on your Windows 8 device.

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Lego Bill Gates reveals his favorite books of 2014

Bill Gates has transformed from man to Lego to share the best books he read in 2014, including one published in the '60s and one that's not yet released.

By December 9, 2014

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Going human with Shy-Tech

The Trendforum conference gathered European innovation, marketing, and R&D executives to explore emerging technologies, social trends, and innovative business models.

By December 9, 2009

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Philippe Starck and "design is dead"

Philippe Starck had an epiphany, after all these years: "Everything I have designed is absolutely unnecessary," the French star designer admitted in a recent interview with the German weekly DIE ZEIT.

By April 7, 2008

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Microchips weigh heavily on environment

The production of a microchip requires a hefty amount of materials, energy and water, according to a study.

November 6, 2002