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EDPA's Sewell: Alabama Aerospace Sector Ready for Takeoff

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 11 -- The Alabama Department of Commerce (formerly the Alabama Development Office) issued the following news: Airbus' decision to locate its A320 Family Assembly Line in Mobile has pushed the throttle up on efforts by Alabama economic development officials to accelerate growth in the state's aerospace sector. Steve Sewell is executive vice president at the Economic ...


EPB eyes gigabit expansion beyond Chattanooga

July 12--Chattanooga utility EPB will consider asking the Federal Communications Commission within weeks to allow it to expand gigabit fiber-optic Internet, TV and phone access to the Tennessee communities surrounding the Gig City. "Communities should have the right, at the local level, to determine their broadband futures," said Harold DePriest, president and CEO of EPB, on Friday. "At EPB, ...


Mobile Device Forensics Guidelines Play Key Role in Supreme Court's Smartphone Evidence Warrant Decision

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 12, 2014 As reported in this July 1st article by NIST (the National Institute of Standards and Technology), the June 25th, 2014 Supreme Court ruling in Riley v California shook up the electronic discovery world. It was also met with both cheers and jeers when the verdict was finally in, depending on whether it was seen from an individual privacy perspective, or a law ...


Infinite Skills' "Apple OS X - Beyond The Basics Tutorial" Takes Mac Users Under-the-Hood with the Mavericks Operating System

(PRWEB) July 12, 2014 Software training firm Infinite Skills Inc. this week introduced its "Apple OS X - Beyond The Basics Tutorial," a course designed as an introduction to the technical under-side of OS X Mavericks, helping basic Mac users learn about the system's advanced features and capabilities for security and administration. Apple continues to design its operating system to be a ...


ITI Announces senior House Energy and Commerce Committee counsel Shannon Taylor as Director of Government Affairs and Legislative Counsel

WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Information Technology Industry Council issued the following news release: The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is strengthening its government affairs team with the addition of long-time House Energy and Commerce Committee counsel Shannon Taylor as the organization's new Director of Government Affairs and Legislative Counsel. Taylor begins her new role ...


ITI Welcomes Visa

WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Information Technology Industry Council issued the following news release: The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) today announced its newest member, Visa Inc. (NYSE: V), a global payments technology company that uses information and communications technology (ICT) to enable innovative products and services. "We are thrilled to welcome Visa to our ...


Boston-Area Senior Life Member Wins IEEE-USA's Highest Honor; Among 17 Members Recognized

WASHINGTON, July 11 -- IEEE-USA, a unit of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, issued the following news release: Lennart E. Long, a co-founder and former chair of the IEEE conference on homeland security technologies, is the latest winner of IEEE-USA's highest honor, the Robert S. Walleigh Distinguished Contributions to Engineering Professionalism Award. Long was recognized ...


Barefoot Computing Project and BT Help Teachers Get Ready for New Computing Curriculum Using the Hokey Cokey

LONDON, July 11 -- BCS The Chartered Institute for IT issued the following news release: Primary school teachers across England are being invited to learn how to explain the concept of algorithms to their classes using the Hokey Cokey and instructions for making a jam sandwich, thanks to a new series of computing workshops run by the Barefoot Computing Project. The scheme aims to help primary ...


Biopharmaceutical Research and Manufacturing Sector on U.S. Court of Appeals Oral Arguments Against Alameda Ordinance

WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Biotechnology Industry Organization issued the following news release: Today, counsel for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), joined by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and the Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA), participated in oral arguments in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in appeal of the ...


Thomas Burns Elected Clarkson University Trustee

POTSDAM, N.Y., July 11 -- Clarkson University issued the following news release: Thomas J. Burns of Falls Church, Va., president and chief executive officer of ENSCO Inc., has been elected to the Clarkson University board of trustees. He will serve on the internal affairs committee. ENSCO and its wholly owned subsidiaries constitute a $100 million, 600-person technology enterprise serving the ...


Gov. Beshear, Congressman Rogers Announce Next Steps for Statewide High-Speed Broadband Project

FRANKFORT, Ky., July 11 -- Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Ky. (5th CD), issued the following news release: Governor Steve Beshear and U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers announced today that two requests for proposals (RFP) are being issued this month on a public-private partnership (P3) project to build critically-needed high-speed broadband Internet access to the farthest reaches of the Commonwealth. Increasing ...


New Report Flags Up Non-Space Breakthroughs That Could Enable Future Space Missions

(CORDIS) — The European Science Foundation (ESF) has released a new report on ‘technological breakthroughs for scientific progress’. While the sector is known to be a key driver of society-benefiting innovation, both ESF and the European Space Agency are banking on part of its future lying in non-space technologies. It is no secret that investment in space is a priority in Europe. The ESA and ...


Orlando entrepreneur's 'iCloak' gadget aims to boost Internet privacy

July 12--In an age when online privacy is elusive at best, an Orlando tech entrepreneur has launched a project to protect your cyber self from the prying eyes of government, criminal hackers and data marketers. Eric Delisle and his startup company have created the iCloak Stik -- a pinky-sized USB drive that offers online anonymity for the layperson -- and they're doing it with support from the ...


New Market Research Report: Global Automotive LED Lighting Market 2014-2018

[ClickPress, Thu Jul 10 2014] LED lighting, also known as solid-state lighting, is a semiconductor-based lighting technology. LED lights comprise lighting and signaling devices that are mounted or integrated to the exterior or interior of the vehicle. A lighting system provides vehicle safety and road illumination. It can also display information about the vehicle's presence, position, speed, ...


Maize schools to add 1,000 Chromebooks to classrooms

July 11--Some Wichita-area districts say they plan to put Chromebooks in classrooms this year. The notebook computers, which start up instantly, run the browser-based Google Chrome operating system and integrate with Google applications, offer several advantages at about half the cost of traditional laptops, said Jen Kern, technology coordinator for the Maize district. "In an effort to replace ...


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