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Displaying items by tag: New York City

Facilities owned by American telecommunications giant AT&T in eight US cities are being used by the NSA to monitor billions of emails, phone calls and online chats that pass through US territory.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Melbourne-based developer Russell Coker has turned down a chance to explore employment in New York City, following the events in the US since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Published in Recruitment

Global Point of Sale vendor Revel Systems has secured US$100 million in funding from strategic investors which it plans to use to boost support for what it says is fast growing sales and high demand for its iPad POS platform.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Samsung is aiming to make a real splash with its new Galaxy Tab S, and has taken over taxis in New York City in a bid to showcase exactly why its new tablet is better than an iPad.

Published in Mobility

Samsung has just launched its long awaited new iPhone killer, the Galaxy S4, sporting a range of new features including a dazzling super high res super sized 5 inch screen and innovative software applications.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 06 November 2009 02:18

Droid phone on sale early tomorrow morning

Verizon is planning to open many of its U.S. Wireless stores as early as 7 A.M. tomorrow morning (Friday in the U.S.) for early adopters of the new Droid smartphone. The marketing effort will also feature interactive billboards in New York's Times Square.

Published in Mobility
Google is testing technology to blur faces seen in Steet View images, but is that enough to satisfy people's privacy concerns?

Published in Networking
A Columbia University study is lending credence to the idea that young children who live along tree-lined streets have lower rates of asthma than other children living in New York City.

Published in Health
Tuesday, 18 September 2007 23:41

Kiss me or else! Study shows puckering differences

A New York study finds that women and men kiss for different reasons. Women kiss because it’s romantic and men kiss because it’s sexy.
Published in Biology




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