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IBM software tool targets U.S. contractors
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1/31/2006   Post a comment
IBM Corp. is promoting a software initiative designed to help systems engineers manage their development environments and comply with industry regulations.
SiRF acquires Indian Bluetooth firm
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1/25/2006   Post a comment
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. has acquired Impulsesoft, a India-based provider of Bluetooth stereo solutions and embedded software, for $15 million in cash and stock.
Korea's Haansoft to JV with China, Japan firms
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1/20/2006   Post a comment
South Korea's Haansoft Inc. said it will set up a three-way joint venture this year with major Chinese and Japanese Linux OS vendors to develop more advanced Linux-based programs and step up their presence in the open-source software market.
Win CE 5.0 Starter Kits available for EPIC, JRex SBCs
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1/17/2006   Post a comment
Kontron Embedded Modules has introduced three new SBC starter kits for Windows CE-based applications, using either EPIC-based SBCs or 3.5" JRex SBCs.
Designing a Windows CE 4.2 platform with real time features
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1/16/2006   Post a comment
The head of development at Garz & Fricke describes a project for the development and design of a GPS based compass for use in merchant shipping.
Microsoft expands cryptography research in India
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1/12/2006   Post a comment
Microsoft Research, the software giant’s applied and basic research arm, is expanding its activities at its year-old lab here. It also unveiled at its annual research symposium here a prototype of a multi-lingual and interactive digital map of the country.
Integrated single-chip repeaters handle ever-lengthening automotive CAN buses
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1/11/2006   Post a comment
Integrated repeaters that use advanced mixed-signal technology are lower cost, and more robust and reliable than discrete components of previous CAN networks.


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