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posted in January 2008

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Finding excitement in science and engineering
1/28/2008   Post a comment
Volumes have been written over the last couple of years about the declining numbers of students taking science and math, and what that will mean to the U.S. and its ability to compete globally.
The price of returned products--$13.8 billion in '07 alone
1/24/2008   1 comment
The news is always on units sold and revenues posted. What happens behind the scenes, however, when returned products become a major issue?
iPhone in China? Not yet.
1/14/2008   Post a comment
Apple and China Mobile Ltd. Called off the planned launch of iPhone handsets in China.
Motorola mobile media player delivers TV, video and DVR content
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1/3/2008   Post a comment
Motorola unveiled a mobile media player that plays live television, on-demand video, and content saved on digital video recorders.
AT&T and Nokia go shopping early in 2008
1/2/2008   Post a comment
AT&T Inc is said to be interested in buying a piece of the mobile arm of Telekom Malaysia.
Microvision Pico Projector delivers home theater viewing to mobile devices
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1/2/2008   Post a comment
At CES next week, Microvision will unveil an advanced prototype of the first handheld, battery-powered, 'plug-and-play' projector.

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