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Nokia and TUT Seek Open Innovation

Nokia Research Centre (NRC) and Tampere University of Technology (TUT) are creating a new framework to tighten open and innovative collaboration in their research activities. Through this initiative TUT will become the first and ­central collaboration partner in the planned Nokia Innovation Centre Tampere, Finland. Due to open in...
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Russian/US MoU Sets New Standards

The Russian national standards body, the Russian Federal Agency on Technical Regulating and Metrology, has signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ASTM International, originally known as the American Society for Testing and Materials. The goals of the MoU are to remove technical barriers in economic and trade...
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Alliance Agrees on Semiconductor Development

In a move that signals a firm and ongoing commitment to future technology leadership, IBM and its joint development alliance partners, Infineon Technologies AG and Freescale Semiconductor along with its Common Platform™ technology partners, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing and Samsung Electronics, have signed a series of semiconductor process development and...
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NTT DoCoMo Funds Chinese Venture

NTT DoCoMo will invest $10 M with Gobi Fund II, L.P., a venture capital fund operated by Gobi Partners Inc. The Fund will target cutting-edge venture companies in China working on the convergence of telecommunications, media and technology within the IT and digital media sectors. Through its involvement with...
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AeA Releases New Report on China 15 Year Science and Technology Plan

AeA, the nation’s largest high-tech trade association, released the 14 th edition of its ongoing ‘Competitiveness Series.’ The report outlines the “15 Year Science and Technology Plan” announced by Chinese leaders in January 2006 and analyzes China’s capacity to implement the plan. “China’s 15 Year Science and Technology Plan...
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Wi-Fi RFID Tag Market to Grow More Than 100 Percent per Year Through 2010

Despite some hurdles to overcome, Wi-Fi RFID tag shipments will grow at over 100 percent annually through 2010, reports In-Stat. The technology is attractive because Wi-Fi RFID allows businesses to leverage their existing Wi-Fi investments for asset tracking, the high-tech market research firm says. “Historically, one of the key...
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