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The release of the annual trustees reports for Social Security and Medicare customarily give rise to an outburst of disinformation from the enemies of these social insurance programs -- that comes...
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If You Think 5G Is All About Faster Network Speed...
It’s hard to imagine a world in which our smartphones are faster than they already are today. You can already reach for your phone, ask Google a question, and receive the answer within seconds. The...
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BICEP2 experiment’s big-bang controversy highligh...
For scientists, the really huge, cymbals-crashing discoveries are hard to come by these days. A breakthrough can take years of labor, and the final result might be a graph of data in which the signal...
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Pattern Recognition: How To Predict The Next Big ...
Here’s the question of the day (or more accurately the question of every day) in the venture business: What’s the next big thing that’s going to change everything? If only we knew. Recently I met and...
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Lucent's Bell Labs enhances IP video capabilities...
Alcatel-Lucent's (NYSE: ALU)
is putting more muscle into its IP video business by establishing an "antenna" office in Cambridge, UK, to conduct research on real-time video delivery on...
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The Brandery Accelerator Launches Its Latest Class
The Brandery, one of the top ten accelerator programs in the U.S., has accepted its latest clutch of startups, and they’re pretty interesting. The class included companies developing products ranging...
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The mysterious story of the battery startup that ...
... flyThe mysterious story of the battery startup that promised GM a 200-mile electric car Kapadia and Kumar, when powering a 200-mile car still seemed in reach. Michael Routh/Dream Chaser...
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Mobile payment blogs gains followers
COMPANIES around the world are wondering how they can harness the power of smartphones to gain a competitive edge at a time of quickly changing mobile technology. FROM his kitchen table in Charlotte,...
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Federal Reserve Board
Former Bell Labs site is seeking tenants
With its long-awaited transformation now underway, the sprawling
building in Holmdel is officially open for leasing. Somerset Development, the firm spearheading redevelopment plans for the...
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Alcatel-Lucent Pushes 10Gbps Down Traditional Cop...
Achieving 1 Gbps 'symmetrical' services - where bandwidth can be split to provide simultaneous upload and download speeds of 1 Gbps - is a major breakthrough for copper broadband. It will enable...
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Google's 3D-mapping tablet, Cuphead's hand-drawn ...
Today, we take an in-depth look at Google's 3D-mapping tablet, virtually tour Adam Savage's man cave, explore the hand-drawn world of Cuphead and learn about a potential new purpose for plain copper...
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North Carolina entrepreneur has his finger on the...
Companies around the world are wondering how they can harness the power of smartphones to gain a competitive edge at a time of quickly changing mobile technology. From his kitchen table in Charlotte,...
Read more at PhysOrg
Moore's Law: The rule that really matters in tech
Intel co-founder Gordon Moore speaking in 2007 at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Stephen Shankland/CNET But Moore's Law, named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, who 47 years ago...
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Venture Capitalists Are Not the Disease Ailing Si...
Are venture capitalists ruining Silicon Valley? Has Silicon Valley jumped the shark? Wall Street Journal tech writer Christopher Mims thinks so. “The entire Bay Area appears to have given up on...
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Wall Street Journal
Deadline looms for $100K Bell Labs Prize
If you want a shot at the $100K
Prize, you'd better hurry up and put some polish on that great idea: The deadline is July 15. The prize (actually, $50K and $25K prizes are also on the line)...
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10Gbps over a copper telephone line: A new world ...
Share This article The telecommunications masters at
have managed to deliver a world record connection speed of 10Gbps (10,000Mbps) over copper wires. Dubbed XG.fast, the new technology...
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What Do a Tesla, Xeon and Mac Pro Have In Common?...
I am an IT analyst, columnist and proprietor of MarkoInsights, where you can find a compendium of my recent work and commentary. I regularly contribute to several technology Web sites and am a...
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Charlotte entrepreneur has his finger on the puls...
Companies across the world are wondering how they can harness the power of smartphones to gain a competitive edge at a time of quickly changing mobile technology. From his kitchen table in...
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Don’t Be Fooled by the Abundance of Green Apps
In this positive context it would be unfair to dwell on the obvious problem that nobody has enough time these days to take advantage of even a small number of green apps. And that shouldn’t stop...
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International Energy Agency
Environmental Protection Agency
Holmdel PILOT program should be grounded
The article, “Holmdel to PILOT for
Site” (Independent, June 12), about payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) and the Alcatel-Lucent property does not pass my smell test. The developer wants to...
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