Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

 

Study Reveals U.s. Technology Leaks

American-made devices used for Internet monitoring have been detected on government and commercial computer networks in Iran and Sudan, in apparent violation of U.S. sanctions that ban the sale of goods, services or technology to the autocratic states, according to new research.

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Nexgen Skins officially launches with custom 3D coverings for smart devices

Earlier this year we happened upon a group that had a completely wild idea for protective skins for smart devices of all kinds: customizable 3D graphics that literally change the way you feel your day-to-day technology. Now Nexgen Skins is ready to launch for real,

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Virtual desktops: User tips from the trenches

The lure of virtual desktop infrastructure - less costs for endpoints, reduced power requirements, lower management costs, better security - is compelling but mastering the environment is tricky, say users that have embraced the technology.

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Icera and Rohde & Schwarz team for LTE certification

Icera Inc. and Rohde & Schwarz are working together to enable the wireless industry to certify and deploy LTE technology. The Global Certification Forum is currently working towards introducing LTE certification by the end of 2010.

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iPhone Sales May Perk Up but the Maps App's Another Story

Apple's iPhone 5 is a loser, judging by the market's response. Apple reported moving 5 million phones in the first weekend following its launch, despite despite lingering disappointment in the homegrown maps technology it released with iOS 6. While other smartphone makers might have killed

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xG Technology Names Industry Veteran Rich Schubiger to Lead Government Sales Group

Wireless Industry Executive With 20 Year Track Record Will Spearhead xG Sales Efforts in Defense, Public Safety and Government Sectors

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The Risks and Rewards of Using Startups

Several years ago, Rob Duchscher took a chance by signing a contract with a startup vendor of test automation software. Duchscher, now the CIO of Starkey Industries, the largest hearing-aid manufacturer in the United States, did his due diligence. The financials were in order, the

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Globe Business key in client shift to IPv6 technology

KEY officials from Globe Business have confirmed that it has enabled more of its clients to adopt Internet Protocol version 6, or IPv6, as its core network now currently supports this new IP addressing scheme. This advancement has enabled its customers to access both IPv6

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Wineman Technology Donation to Michigan Tech Furthers Hybrid Vehicle Development

Wineman Technology, an automotive design and test system integrator, announced an $80,000 software donation to the hybrid electric vehicle engineering program at Michigan Technological University, a public research university in Houghton.

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U.S. may allow sanctions on technologies use in human rights abuses

Future executive orders could name others aiding other countries through technology in crackdowns on dissent.

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