January Issue 2007

 

According to Information Security magazine, the US government’s budget for information technology (I

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January 2007
In October, solar power showed its large-scale capabilities with the announcement of two projected record-setting installations; in Mountain View, California, the ubiquitous s READ MORE
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According to the Legal Redux, copper thievery has become a worldwide phenomenon driven by the resource’s rising value due to high demand from China and hits to supplies caused READ MORE
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According to the Spectrum Online, University of Buffalo scientists are developing nanotech sensors capable of pinpointing power outages in real time, thus easing their repair; READ MORE
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January 2007
Bernard Malin of Massachusetts is the owner of a residential “micro combined-heat-and-power” (micro-CHP) system, according to the Christian Science Monitor; the device combine READ MORE

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