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Effective yesterday, Google has officially launched Google Maps Navigation 4.2 to Canadians running Android OS 1.6 or higher. The feature is an addition to the existing Google Maps application, and offers turn-by-turn voice navigation to users, much like traditional car-mounted GPS systems. With laws tightening up across Canada surrounding handheld device usage while driving, this is a much needed feature for users who wish to have one device "do it all". To enable the feature, simply download or upgrade Google Maps to version 4.2, which can be done by searching "Google Maps" in the Android Marketplace.


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Sony Canada has announced a new program for recycling old Sony device. Launching officially the April 14th and collect all Sony products ( big TV, stereos) which cannot be collected at Sony Style retail stores. Actually Sony Canada recycles handheld Sony products in all Sony Style retail store. The April 14th Sony Canada open 25 non-retail store for recycle Sony products.

"Sony Canada's goal is to divert all Sony products from the landfill," said Doug Wilson, President & COO, Sony of Canada Ltd. "Sony Canada will offer its customers three new ways to return their Sony products for recycling."

A list of current collection sites is available at : www.sony.ca/environment


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Here is that the Royal Bank of Canada and Visa recently announced the launching of a pilot project to test the payment by credit card, but with a cell phone. The pilot testing will be conducted in Ontario include several step. Laboratory tests, a pilot project with the staff of the RBC and tested with consumers. It is insert chips NFC (Near Field Communication) in cellphone, which will allow the client to pay for their purchases with Visa payWave that technology will also be used in conjunction with traditional credit cards.

"Handheld communication devices are already as indispensable as wallets," said Anne Koski, head, Payments Innovation in RBC's Cards division. "Many of our clients would appreciate the convenience of making purchases through their mobile phones rather than fumbling for cash when trying to get through a busy checkout line. Mobile devices, much like electronic payments, have become a mainstay in people's lives, so combining the two securely makes a lot of sense."


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NVIDIA has just launched in the carding brush of the 3GSM of Barcelona, GoForce 6100, which would consume 50% less current than the concurrent solutions. This chip integrates Wifi and the USB 2.0 and more still. For more information here the site of NVIDIA for the chips mobiles.




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HP has released its new iPAQ, the RX5915. This is different from IPAQ IPAQ in its previous form that looks more like an Origami as a PocketPc but different in its features, GPS and 2G of flash memory. Yes, yes integrated 2Gig, and a handheld device that does not need a memory card to function fully. It is obviously equipped with a WiFi option (which is rare on the iPAQ).

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Origami, this is its name. If you follow the news even a computer can be, you have read these words several times. I prefer the more often not to publish any rumor on this site but this is fine and well and the site is dedicated to him (http://www.origamiproject.com/) is registered by Microsoft. Of the sites, ad very quickly news (rumors) are talking about a handheld device between a Pocket PC and a Tablet PC. As can have read on the project site, will have more on 2 March.


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