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News for November 05, 2007 News for November 05, 2007
  • Makers of Treo Releases Smart Phones for the Mass Market

    Palm, the company that brought us the business-efficient Treo recently announced the pending release of the Centro, a mobile phone that will retail for only $100. Suffering from profit loses due to tough competition from other mobile phone makers Nokia, Motorola, Samsung and even non-traditional mobile phone makers like Apple and Hewlett Packard, the company did a 180-degree turn and released the new phone model targeting the mass market. - treo Express

  • Next Generation Harlequin BioDiesel Tanks set for launch at BioDiesel Expo

    Leading storage tank manufacturer Harlequin, is set to unveil the company's new range of BioDiesel storage and dispensing tanks at the forthcoming BioDiesel Expo in Newark. -

  • Prime estate site in Breckenridge listed for $5.4 million

    17.2 acre estate site is the most expensive residential property near the ski resort's base area. - Hall-McNeer Development

  • New Entreprenural Phenomenon: "Virtual Assistance For Business Professionals"

    A New Exploration On Virtual Administrative Assistnace. Bridging the gap between The Conventional Assistant and The Virtual Assistant. - Virtual Associates

  • Anthuriums increase your ability to say it with flowers

    Anthuriums offer an eye-catching, cost-effective way to create a powerful visual look using architectural plants, in any living room or modern room. - Amerland Enterprises

  • Students Teach Sustainability Through Comics

    A group of university students have developed Enviromanya, a science kit for kids that addresses current environmental problems and its biotechnology solutions. - YAXPERT

  • Raghu turns over a new leaf

    New Delhi, A quiet enthusiasm has been brewing in and around Jhajjar, a sleepy town next to Gurgaon in Haryana. Farmer couple Sunita Devi and Rajbir Singh, like many others, can not hide their grin even as they narrate the story of how their 8-year-old delinquent son Raghu is a changed boy today. - Dipayan Mazumdar & Associates

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