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2|23|2017 LAKE WALES, Fla.—The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory claims a turn-key Internet of Things (IoT) breakthrough in remote ...

2|23|2017 BOSTON — The Cat5e Ethernet cable that runs through the walls of your home may quite adequate for your needs. But, in plenty of locations even 1 Gbit/s ...

2|23|2017 MADISON, Wis. — When technology companies and communication service providers gather together at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week in Barcelona, ...

2|22|2017 SAN JOSE, Calif. – Someday indoor location could be as widely used as GPS maps. Taking steps toward that day, six vendors certified at least eight chips ...

2|22|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—T.J. Rodgers, founder and longtime CEO of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., has filed a lawsuit against his former company and is alleging ...

2|22|2017 SAN FRANCISCO – Advanced Micro Devices surprised observers with the high performance and low prices of its initial Ryzen x86 processors that it will ship ...

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