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alexenderaus
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alexenderaus   9/26/2013 4:02:04 AM
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Whatever we are looking in movies is all true one day as human is reaching towards MARS explored the moon, what all this is the technological advancement.


Human is responsible no doubt but all depends on the fast technology gadgets including the Laptops that are moved to rugged laptops having special features including easy work ability in any environment specially in hot and cold weather.


As in future the Panasonic toughbooks move towards another era by making use of the solar energy along with the lighter weight so in my opinion the future is bright in every respect as all responsible is the technology that is generated by human mind.



 

Mikehunt
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The Synopsys prediction is poor
Mikehunt   8/19/2013 9:02:51 PM
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The guy from Synopsys seems to have very little understanding of what is really happening in the industry and instead seems to be spouting incredibly superficial gibbirish. 



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