Alpine has just released its DPR-RDS1 which allows users to add iPod and iPhone playback to any car stereo with an FM stereo (basically all of them).
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Can you run existing Windows apps on Surface RT and other Windows RT devices? If you have the right back-end infrastructure and licenses, Remote Desktop may provide a way.
Amazon Web Services launches its Relational Database Service for Oracle with both an offer of licensing and a bring-your-own license arrangement.
Alpine's new 9-inch navigation receiver is so big that, for now, it only fits in dashboards of the largest of trucks and SUVs.
Kensington launches new kind of FM transmitter for iPod
The Net retailer's cloud-computing effort is getting more sophisticated with the arrival of a database service with which more people will be familiar.
Amazon.com's fork of the MySQL database suggests that competition is alive and well, regardless of Oracle's desire to buy Sun or of the European Commission.
Apple's patent covers a system that allows users to play their own stored music or video in place of ads run on broadcast or "non-radio media or content sources."
Satechi announces the Soundfly View, which bridges your Bluetooth smartphone and in-car audio system.