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Minn. man pleads guilty to cheating Cisco Systems

November 1, 2010 1:05 pm | by The Associated Press | Comments

A Minnesota man has pleaded guilty to scheming to cheat computer parts maker Cisco Systems Inc. out of about $388,000.The U.S. Attorney's office says 46-year-old Phillip Webb of Brooklyn Park pleaded guilty Monday to one count of mail fraud.Webb was manager of network services for...

USHIO America, Inc., starts marketing world?s first 6-inch full-field projection exposure system for manufacturing led chips

November 1, 2010 12:24 pm | by Medical Design Technology | Comments

Automatically configurable to desired wafer size; throughput enhanced by 300%, running cost reduced by 80% compared with conventional stepper systems

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Missed it by That Much...

November 1, 2010 11:22 am | by Screaming Circuits | Comments

Running a DRC (design rule check) before sending your PCB out for fab and assembly is a must. It's also a minimum. Not everything is caught by all DRCs. For example, if you look at these PCB images, you'll undoubtedly...

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Nokia Taking a Rural Road to Growth

November 1, 2010 9:26 am | by New York Times | Comments

The cellphone maker will expand its agricultural data service to Nigeria as it continues its push into emerging markets.

Media Cache: You Can Hide, but in Europe You Can’t Watch Hulu

November 1, 2010 9:25 am | by New York Times | Comments

For a few pennies a day, you can hide your computer and share files illegally.

Intel Takes a Wider Role, Making Chips for Others

November 1, 2010 9:25 am | by New York Times | Comments

The move thrusts Intel, the largest and wealthiest chip maker, into the contract manufacturing business dominated by Taiwanese and Chinese companies.

Microreactor speeds nanotech particle production by 500 times

November 1, 2010 9:23 am | by EurekAlert | Comments

(Oregon State University) Engineers at Oregon State University have discovered a new method to speed the production rate of nanoparticles by 500 times, an advance that could play an important role in making nanotechnology products more commercially practical.

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Cornell part of national team to map 2,500 genomes

November 1, 2010 9:21 am | by Cornell University | Comments

The map promises to provide a much more comprehensive understanding of the role of inherited DNA variation in human history, evolution and disease and the best methods to use to sequence DNA.

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Slight change in wind turbine speed significantly reduces bat mortality

November 1, 2010 7:23 am | by EurekAlert | Comments

(Ecological Society of America) Since turbine towers and non-spinning turbine blades do not kill bats, some scientists have proposed shutting off or reducing the usage of wind turbines during peak periods of migration in the late summer and early fall months when bat activity and...

Broadcasters busy with online tie-ins for election

November 1, 2010 7:20 am | by The Associated Press | Comments

After losing viewers to cable news networks on recent election nights, television's biggest broadcasters are fighting back hard for the midterm contest....

Triple-Mode Transistors Show Potential

November 1, 2010 7:06 am | Comments

Rice University research that capitalizes on the wide-ranging capabilities of graphene could lead to circuit applications that are far more compact and versatile than what is now feasible with silicon-based technologies.

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Cognizant reports better-than-expected 3Q profit

November 1, 2010 7:05 am | by The Associated Press | Comments

Information technology consulting firm Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. posted a 49 percent rise in its third-quarter profit on sharply higher revenue on Monday, citing across the board success in its various divisions.The results beat Wall Street expectations and its shares rose 50 cents...

Virginia Tech computer scientist, student design award winning software to combat hacking

November 1, 2010 6:22 am | by EurekAlert | Comments

(Virginia Tech) One of the serious threats to a user's computer is a software program that might cause unwanted keystroke sequences in order to hack someone's identity. This form of attack is increasing, infecting enterprise and personal computers. A keystroke anti-spoofing technique has...

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Memjet launches high-speed, color on-demand printing technology for the labels and packaging markets

November 1, 2010 1:23 am | by Medical Design Technology | Comments

Memjet, the global leader in color printing technologies that provide remarkable speeds and affordability, will launch its color on-demand printing technology for the labels and packaging markets at PACK EXPO International 2010 (October 31-November 3, booth 3866).

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Walsin Lihwa signs investment cooperation agreement with German solar energy company Solarion AG

November 1, 2010 1:23 am | by Medical Design Technology | Comments

Walsin Lihwa signed an investment cooperation agreement with Solarion AG, a Germany-based solar energy company in Leipzig.

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