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Do you \"have enterprise sales experience and an existing knowledge of the mobile market and the technologies that support it?\" Do you \"have strong IT knowledge in the areas of enterprise messaging and collaboration, VPN, WiFi and enterprise security technologies?\" And most importantly, do you \"posse

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If you're curious about just how many hits your blossoming website is receiving on a moment to moment basis, but don't feel like fiddling with those questionably accurate electronic types, the Mechanical Hit Counter could be just the project you've been yearning for. As the name implies, the kit co

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While universities have been cranking out supercomputers and research clusters for some time, an associate professor at NC State is utilizing IBM's highly-touted Cell processor in a slightly different form to craft his own farm. Similar to the Xbox Linux cluster from years past, this concoction cons

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The constant battle between companies trying to shove the most megapixels into the smallest frame at all costs just might have some serious competition on the horizon, as researchers at UC San Diego have built an ultrathin, high resolution digicam by simply \"folding up the telephoto lens.\" The aptly

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Pioneering Sony engineer Nobutoshi Kihara recently retired from the company he's spent most of his career with, the AFP reports, after having a hand in creating many of the Japanese giant's most successful gadgets (and a few of the not so successful ones). In addition the Walkman, Kihara also helped

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