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Software pirates pinpointed on Google Map
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5/22/2009   Post a comment
A new software anti-piracy tool can pinpoint violators on a Google Map.
Executive viewpoint: Why Microsoft is investing in Russia
Blog  
5/20/2009   1 comment
Despite the global economic downturn, Microsoft's perspective on Russia has not shifted. Microsoft, for its part, will continue to invest in Russia and is committed to supporting sustainable economic growth and social development, in line with government priorities.
SOFTWARE TOOLS: StickOS BASIC MCU-resident SDE V1.60 available for eleven MCUs
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5/15/2009   Post a comment
StickOS BASIC is an interactive software development environment that is entirely MCU-resident and controlled through an interactive command-line interface.
Hectronic : PC104 PC board is designed for harsh environments
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5/8/2009   Post a comment
Hectronic has announced the H6045, a low-power PC/104 computer board.
Obama's proposal to cut tax loopholes scrutinized in India
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5/7/2009   Post a comment
U.S. attempts to address overseas tax loopholes the Obama administration says are being exploited by U.S. companies offshoring work to countries like India could adversely affect their overseas operations, the Indian software industry warned.


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