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  • Apple appoints Roman moneyman

    He joined Apple from Xerox in 2013. He spent 20 years at General Motors where he worked as CFO of several units including GM Europe. Before joining Xerox, he was CFO of network equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks.
  • Advertising in Facebook is pointless

    General Motors has decided Facebook's ads had little impact on consumers and it would be better off doing something else with the $40 million it spends.  Desperate Housewife in the 4.30 at Derby would seem to be a safer bet.
  • Tablet, chip and car component shortages continue post-quake

    All of which is bad news for Toyota, and of course the car industry which is one of Japan’s main exports, with the firm likely to concede its crown of world’s biggest automobile manufacturer to America’s General Motors.
  • MeeGo drives onto the In-Vehicle Infotainment sector

    Intel and Nokia aren't the first companies to team up with car manufacturers to offer this type of technology. In May, rumours surfaced claiming that General Motors was in talk with Google to bring Android into car systems and offer users the ability to integrate with select Android apps and Google
  • Got a commercial website? Prepare for a writ from a Parallel universe

    LawAeo, Amway, American Eagle Outfitters, AOL, Barnes & Noble, Bass Pro Shops, Bestbuy, Borders Group, Brawn, Cabela's, Coldwater Creek, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Footlocker, General Motors, Google, Hayneedle, Iconix Brand Group, IP Holdings, Juicy Couture, Kohl's Illinois, LF LLC, Limited
  • Android partners with Kindle, Google partners with GM

    Last Thursday TechEye reported that General Motors had gone into talks with Google on the possibility of bringing the Android operating system to vehicles. Today a deal between the two giants has been announced.
  • Android does 4G first, updates to 2.2 and enters car market

    If 4G and an updated OS were not enough for Android fans there's also news that General Motors has entered into negotiations with Google to bring the Android OS to vehicles.
  • IBM clamps Lotus to iPhone

    Here's a piece of news for you. General Motors - which has appeared to have unexpectedly lost its voicemail - uses IBM collaboration software to increase the "agility of its work force" through a range of mobile devices. Including the iPhone.
  • General Motors turns off its voice mail

    Tried calling General Motors recently? It's turned off its voice mail because it's sick and tired of talking to customers.
  • NASA, GM create Robonaut 2

    NASA said that it and General Motors have created the next iteration of their robot, Robonaut 2 (R2). R2 is a development of the original Robonaut, created 10 years ago, and includes better functionality.
  • HP workers go on strike

    The strikers who work for the Department of Work & Pensions (DWP), the Ministry of Defence and General Motors, are protesting over the 1,000 job losses that are planned at HP in the first four months of this year.

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