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Home > Press > Veteran Technology Writer/Researcher Gary Arlen Heads Up Technology Today, a New Service Monitoring the Web for Breaking Technology News

Abstract:
Technology Today ( http://tech.einnews.com/ ), an Internet news service that offers users the most complete source of breaking technology news available, has been launched by the Internet Product Development Group ( http://www.ipdgroup.com/ ).

Veteran Technology Writer/Researcher Gary Arlen Heads Up Technology Today, a New Service Monitoring the Web for Breaking Technology News

Washington, DC | Posted on June 21st, 2007

Editing the new technology news service is Gary Arlen, one of technology's most respected researchers and writers
(see http://www.ipdgroup.com/bios.php#Gary_Arlen ).

Arlen, president of Arlen Communications Inc., has provided research and insights on converging technology and policy developments for more than two decades. His services have offered countless early previews of information important to business and tech planners.

Technology Today gathers breaking news from thousands of Internet sources and provides one click access to specific categories of technology news, such as communications technology, information technology, digital rights management, biotechnology, nanotechnology and other cutting edge developments.

The service is the newest offering from the IPD Group, which aggregates news under more than 40,000 topic headings through its family of Internet publications found at http://www.ipdgroup.com/ .

See:

-- Latest Technology News
- http://tech.einnews.com/

-- Communications Technology News
- http://tech.einnews.com/category/communications-technology

-- Information Technology News
- http://tech.einnews.com/category/information-technology

-- Digital Rights Management News
- http://tech.einnews.com/category/digital-rights-management

-- Biotechnology News
- http://tech.einnews.com/category/biotechnology

-- Nanotechnology News
- http://tech.einnews.com/category/nanotechnology

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About Technology Today
The Washington, DC-based IPD Group, Inc. provides niche-focused Internet data mining and searching tools to corporations, institutions, and professional individuals. The company makes online research more convenient, rapid and affordable.

The IPD Group's media monitoring and newsletter services are designed as alternatives to high cost services such as Lexis-Nexis.

"Google or Topix.net offer a form of free news," says David Rothstein, CEO of the IPD Group. "On the other end of the spectrum, companies such as Lexis-Nexis charge thousands of dollars a year. We fit well in the niche-market data-mining space used by professionals."

The IPD Group's publications include:

-- EIN News - http://www.einnews.com/
-- U.S. Politics Today - http://uspolitics.einnews.com/
-- EU Politics Today - http://eupolitics.einnews.com/
-- Healthcare Industry Today - http://health.einnews.com/
-- Music Industry Today - http://music.einnews.com/
-- The Inbox Robot - http://www.inboxrobot.com/
-- Energy Industry Today - http://energy.einnews.com/
-- Agriculture Industry Today - http://agriculture.einnews.com/

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Gary Arlen
http://www.ipdgroup.com/feedback.php
202 318 8905

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