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  1. China In New Steps Against Foreign TechRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Forbes.com

    I have lived and worked in China for 15 years, much of that as a journalist for Reuters writing about Chinese companies. I currently live in Shanghai where I teach financial journalism at Fudan University.


  2. The Purpose of Silicon ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tech Review

    The view from Mike Steep's office on Palo Alto's Coyote Hill is one of the greatest in Silicon Valley. Beyond the black and rosewood office furniture, the two large computer monitors, and three Indonesian artifacts to ward off evil spirits, Steep looks out onto a panorama stretching from Redwood City to Santa Clara.


  3. Flat panel display shipments grow 9% on year in 2014, says IHSRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | DigiTimes

    Once focused on unit growth, the entire global flat-panel display industry is now shifting to focus on area-demand growth. According to IHS, display panel shipments for all FPD applications grew 9% on year to reach 168.9 million square meters in 2014.


  4. TBT: 3K Stands, and a UK Bridge to late '90sRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | 3000 NewsWire

    Each time we produce a printed edition of the Newswire here - there's a very special one on its way in the mail today - I usually reach into our archives for some research. While writing about the progress of hardware in the 3000 line I revisited 1998.


  5. Ignore the iBore fools Apple is an evil cult which makes almost A 12billion in profitRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    As the technology giant announces A 11.9billion in profits, Mirror columnist Brian Reade looks at the cult of Apple and everything it stands for My wife bought me an iPad for Christmas even though I wanted one about as much as I wanted a dose of gout. I already had a Blackberry phone a company laptop, a Hewlett Packard home computer, a smart Samsung TV and shelves full of books.


  6. Avaya, VMware Partner on Hybrid Cloud Communications ServicesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CNet News

    Called Avaya Hybrid Engagement as a Service, the solution will enable Avaya and its channel partners to deliver enterprise-level communications and engagement services to customers via a mix of public and private clouds, or even cloud and on-premises infrastructures. The services will be hosted on VMware's vCloud Air, a cloud computing platform the virtualization technology vendor introduced in August 2014.


  7. Intel Pushes Wireless Computing With Latest vPro ChipsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | CNet News

    The new Core vPro processors for business computers come with wire-free features, such as Intel's Pro WiDi and Wireless Docking technologies. Intel executives last year began talking about their vision of wire-free computing, where everything from the connection to the Internet and peripherals to charging would no longer require cables.


  8. Intel says corporations buying more high-end PCsRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Companies replacing older PCs are increasingly choosing ones with high-end features aimed at improved security and employee efficiency, according to a senior Intel Corp executive. Intel's "vPro" processors account for a fifth of the chipmaker's corporate PC business and that proportion is growing, Tom Garrison, Intel's vice president and general manager of business client platforms, recently told Reuters.


  9. Sundance Valley or Silicon Film Festival? Either way, it's getting thereRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Mashable

    ... signage that's turned digital: About a third of Sundance's key 2015 sponsors are tech-rooted, including Hewlett Packard, Adobe, AirBNB, YouTube and Canon. "Filmmaking hasn't changed, but how you make film has," Tim Smith, a senior advisor at Canon, ...


  10. Intel wants to banish cables, connectors with new Broadwell chipsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | InfoWorld

    Bring a laptop into the room, and it wirelessly links to your monitors, external hard drive and printer. That's Intel's vision of a wire-free world for PCs with its new Core chips based on the Broadwell microarchitecture.


  11. Opening Bell: 1.29.15Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Dealbreaker

    Rebellion at Standard Chartered as Senior Staff Push for New Leadership Standard Chartered's two largest shareholders, which collectively control 28% of the bank's stock, are privately pushing for new leadership, say people familiar with the matter. Customers and regulators recently have told Standard Chartered executives and board members that they are increasingly anxious about the bank's problems, people familiar with those discussions say.


  12. Man accused in child porn distribution, possessionRead the original story

    Yesterday | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    ... In addition, he is accused on Nov. 20, 2013, in Harrison County of possessing child pornography on a Hewlett Packard laptop computer. Magistrate Judge Robert H. Walker released Miller, after his initial court appearance, to home confinement and gave ...


  13. Imtra Led For Vessel Control System IntegrationRead the original story

    Yesterday | Marine News

    IMTRA, the leading manufacturer and importer of quality marine products, through its integration-focused design philosophy, created its entire range of 2- and 4-wire PowerLED dimmable light fixtures to be controlled by the industry's most advanced centralized ship automation and control systems. Incorporating an open architecture design and reliable pulse width modulation interface, IMTRA's PowerLEDs are designed to provide the ideal means for simple and dependable integration with today's most popular digital vessel management systems.


  14. 6 Workplace Time-Sinks You Need To Eliminate ImmediatelyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Switched

    ... it." So how do we ensure we are putting our best foot forward when taking these steps? In partnership with Hewlett Packard , we've pointed out the biggest workplace time-sinks... and how you can quash them. According to a study commissioned by the ...


  15. Stealing After an Emulator's MagicRead the original story

    Yesterday | 3000 NewsWire

    In these new days after the end of the Stromasys freeware emulator offers, it's instructive to recall how much magic the product's concept proposed more than 11 years ago. People in 2003 began by wondering who would ever need something like an emulator, with so much pretty-fresh hardware around.


  16. Iron Mountain names new VP, GM of Government Services BusinessRead the original story

    Wednesday | Washington Technology

    Iron Mountain Inc. has named Bill O'Neill vice president and general manager of the company's Government Services business. In his new role, O'Neill will lead the company's efforts to generate growth and market share in the federal government sector by delivering records and information management solutions for the company, Iron Mountain said in a release.


  17. Pine View teacher arrested for pawning laptops01/28/15 Sarasota...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | YourObserver

    Pine View School art teacher Adam Seider, 36, allegedly pawned three $1,400 computers six times for a total of $260, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has charged a Pine View School art teacher with dealing in stolen property for allegedly pawning several school laptops worth more than $1,400 each.


  18. BICERA Explosion Relief ValveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Marine News

    Sometimes it seems clich to repeat that a product or system "protects equipment and saves lives," but in the case of valve manufacturer Penn-Troy, which recently unveiled a new crankcase explosion relief valve that boasts lower exhaust temperatures, more engine internal clearance and a lighter weight design, the claim is accurate. To get further insights on the BICERA Revolution Explosion Relief Valve, we spoke to Mark Powers, president of the company, for his insights on the product and its value.


  19. ISA and Beamex to co-host second of two-part web seminar series on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | International Society of Automation

    Founded in 1945, the International Society of Automation is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. Based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards, certifies industry professionals, provides education and training, publishes books and technical articles, and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals.


  20. Iron Mountain Appoints Bill O'Neill to Lead Federal BusinessRead the original story

    Wednesday | PressReleasePoint

    Jan. 28, 2015 - Iron Mountain Incorporated , a leading provider of storage and information management services, announced today that Bill O'Neill will be joining the company as vice president and general manager for Iron Mountain's Government Services business. In his new role, O'Neill will lead Iron Mountain's efforts to generate growth and market share in the Federal government sector by delivering records and information management solutions for the company.