windeedKorbitec has released two new search types in its Windeed software. The first is the Contact Information search which allows users to look for an individual person's physical address as well as work and home telephone numbers. In order to perform the search, the user will need to enter the person's first and last names and the ID number.

clean_lexisnexisLexisNexis’ Deedsearch is the only search service to offer a Bank Account Verification search which enables an individual’s or company’s bank account to be matched against their identity number or registration number (respectively). In addition, Deedsearch will respond as to whether the bank account is valid and open. Branch codes are also verified. Users will receive responses between 3 and 72 hours.
 
 

equitracEquitrac has announced the release of version 4.1 of its Equitrac Office and Equitrac Express print management and cost recovery solutions for corporate enterprises and educational institutions. This update to both solution suites provides customers with enhancements to document security, user mobility, system scalability, cost accountability and environmental sustainability.

dragonNuance Communications Inc has released version 10 of its Dragon Naturally Speaking software. According to Nuance, version 10 is faster and more accurate than ever, delivering up to 20% more accurate results than Version 9. Transcribed words now appear on the screen in half the time it took in the past. According to PC Magazine “Dragon retains its lead in the speech recognition field, with surprising accuracy in dictation, even with little or no training.”

google_logoGoogle has released a beta version of its new Chrome browser to compete with Microsoft. Initial reports are that it is substantially faster than Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, although it has some way to go before it offers all of Explorer’s functionality. Initially available for download for Windows Vista and XP, Google plans to expand its Chrome offerings to the Mac and Linux platforms as well. The company doesn't offer any timeline for these versions, though. Initial sentiment seems to be “wait for the first full release”. 

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