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Barrett chides U.S. for R&D shortfall
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8/19/2008   3 comments
The U.S. government needs boost spending on research and development and education, according to Intel Chairman Craig Barrett, announcing a set of challenge awards for ideas using technology to advance education, health care, the environment and economic development around the world.
Report: India's outsourced R&D business growing at 23%
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8/11/2008   Post a comment
India is the top choice for companies looking to outsource R&D with an offshoring business there expected to grow 23 percent to $21 billion by 2012 and a talent pool in its largest hub—Bangalore--second only to Silicon Valley, according to a study by a management consulting firm.
India allots 3G, WiMax spectrum
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8/7/2008   Post a comment
India's Ministry for Communications and Information Technology has approved the release of 3G and WiMax spectrum to two state-owned telecommunications service providers.


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