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Technology waits for no one and nothing

Robert Smith
11/18/2010 10:59 AM EST

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Sheetal.Pandey
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re: Technology waits for no one and nothing
Sheetal.Pandey   11/22/2010 3:20:56 AM
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so true technology doesnt wait for anyone. once upon a time walk man was a happening technology and now its going to close. People used to be happy getting VCRs and now its obsolete. With blu ray DVDs coming in, regular dvds are considered less advanced. Technology really changes so fast.

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re: Technology waits for no one and nothing
agk   11/21/2010 8:44:36 AM
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Distributed processing is being employed in IC design, analysis and fabrication.Many times i see on the news that a paticular group of engineers were working on a particular IC to bring to the market successfully. As time is available to every one and we need to manage with the time.

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