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posted in October 2004
India's broadband policy frees more spectrum
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10/15/2004   Post a comment
Two years after it deregulated indoor use of equipment based on IEEE 802.11g standards, India has now freed additional spectrum for new uses, including wireless.
U.S. considers reopening trade talks with Taiwan
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10/13/2004   Post a comment
U.S. trade officials said they are considering reopening trade talks with Taiwan based on recent antipiracy proposals adopted by the Taiwanese legislature.
EU says four countries favor Intel when procuring PCs
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10/13/2004   Post a comment
The European Commission charged Wednesday (Oct. 13) that the governments of France, the Netherlands, Finland, and Sweden are favoring microprocessors from Intel when procuring PCs, thus violating European Union regulations.
VMETRO to acquire DSP supplier Transtech
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10/6/2004   Post a comment
VMETRO Inc. (Houston) has agreed to acquire UK-based digital signal processing solutions provider Transtech DSP Ltd., in a stock transaction.
Visa cap worries smaller companies
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10/4/2004   Post a comment
This year's quota of high-tech visas was exhausted on the first day, prompting questions here about whether there are enough visas available to meet resurgent demand for Indian software programmers.


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