Tuesday, February 5, 2008
CrownPeak Launches New Product Offering
Los Angeles-based CrownPeak, a provider of hosted, web content management systems, said Tuesday that the firm has launched a new product offering targeted at small or moderately sized web sites. The new product, at ContentManagement.com, will offer the ability for firms to manage their web sites, landing pages, and other sites. The firm said the new offering will be available starting at $1,250 per month. CrownPeak is a provider of hosted, web content management systems used by companies to allo (More info...)

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Broadcom Ships Mobile TV Chip
Irvine-based Broadcom said Tuesday that the firm has shipped a digital TV, single chip receiver that is targeted at the mobile TV market. The firm said its new systems-on-a-chips support the DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcast-Terrestrial) and DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld) standards. According to Broadcom, the chips are the first 65nm single-chip receivers in the market, and include versions specifically targeted at the cellular handset market and set-top-box and PC markets. Broadcom said (More info...)

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CalAmp Licenses Patent
Oxnard-based CalAmp said Tuesday that the firm has entered into a patent license agreement with SKYWATCH GPS LLC, a provider of GPS-enabled vehicle tracking solutions. Financial terms of the patent deal were not disclosed. CalAmp said that the patents relate to vehicle location systems for helping automobile finance companies locate and repossess vehicles. CalAmp acquired the patents as part of its acquisition of the Aercept Vehicle Tracking business of AirIQ last year. The patent license is the (More info...)

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WD Joins Green Data Center Effort
Lake Forest-based hard drive supplier Western Digital said this morning that it has joined an industry effort to reduce power consumption in data centers, The Green Grid. According to WD, joining the group is part of the firm's commitment to advance greater energy efficiency in data centers. The Green Grid is also supported by Intel, AMD, Dell, HP, IBM, Sun, Microsoft, and many other hardware and software firms.

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MySpace Rolls Developer Platform
Los Angeles-based social networking web site MySpace said this morning that it has launched a new software development program, targeted at helping developers connect their applications into MySpace. According to MySpace, its new MySpace Developer Platform Site will allow developers to connect and laern about, build, test, and deploy MySpace applications. MySpace said it will provide three sets of APIs to developers, including an OpenSocial API, Flash interfaces, and REST API calls. The firm sai (More info...)

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