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Broadcom pitches chips at G.fast OEMs
Broadcom has become the latest vendor to stake out its ground in the G.fast market, as the ITU's standardisation bods stretch their hands slowly towards the rubber stamp. At the Broadband World trade...
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Acer revamps Switch 10 Pro business and education...
The newest addition to Acer's 2-in-1 range comes in the form of a run-of-the-mill Windows 8.1 hybrid tablet with detachable keyboard, the third-generation Aspire Switch 10, which is targeted at...
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Ukraine Blowback: Will Australia, Brazil, and Rus...
Yves here, as John Helmer explains in this post, one of the many focuses of economic warfare between the US and Russia is production of iron ore, in which Russia is a large player. Helmer describes...
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How much is edge lighting worth to you? That's the question to ask yourself when considering the new Kindle. Amazon has finally done away with physical buttons in favor of a touch screen for its...
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Mutharika Unveils Investment Opportunities
New York — The State President of the Republic of Malawi Prof Peter Mutharika Friday unveiled investment opportunities of Malawi to business captains at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York, USA at a...
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Versatile design pilotage for wireless power tran...
Wireless power transfer (WPT) is expected to be a huge market for in-motion electric motor car powering as the fourth-generation personal mobility. However, WPT engineers often lose their way in...
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TODAY readers discuss the terror theat to Australia and the reaction to Senator Jacqui Lambie. Violent minority THERE has always been a small minority of potential terrorists who advocate violence...
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Sports umpires: Our top officials blow the whistl...
THERE he is. On the edge of the frame. But no one is looking at him. Instead 50,000 sets of eyes are on the Crows player with No. 19 on his back who is about to kick a miraculous goal from deep in the...
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