Citations with the tag: TECHNOLOGY
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- News briefs.
// Network World; 09/07/98, Vol. 15 Issue 36, p6
Presents news briefs pertaining to technology, as published on September 7, 1998. Announcement that USWeb Corp. will merge with its rival services vendor, CKS Group; Identity of the telecommunication companies which agreed to invest $1.5 billion for a high-speed fiber-optic submarine cable;...
- Pilot program helps weigh options for weight-based billing
Smith, Tim; Luken, Karen M. // World Wastes; Dec1994, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p40
No abstract available.
- The familiar face of high security.
Hibbert, Lee // Professional Engineering; 05/13/98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p18
Reports on the use of a security program called facial thermography to grant access to computer files to particular users. Information on how the technology works; Reference to other security technologies; Identification of the problems with the thermogram technology; What applications the...
- High-Tech Production.
Nekhamkin, A. // Problems of Economic Transition; Feb97, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p64
Focuses on the mechanism of development of high technological branches in Russia. Role played by the formation of Russia's scientific complex; Creation of information complex; Complex for computer-aided design.
- Trucks: working with the technology
Berg, Tom // Waste Age; Jun1994, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p81
No abstract available.
- TECHNOLOGY NEWS.
Berg, Tom // Credit Union Journal; 6/23/2003, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p7
Reports on developments related to technology in the U.S. Approval of the Check Truncation Act; Agreement of George Central University with Open Solutions Inc.; Installation of the software application for indirect lending by Teres Solutions at Postal Credit Union.
Berg, Tom // Credit Union Journal; 6/23/2003, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p25
Presents news items related to technology in the U.S. Development of OpenXchange by SmartSource Solutions; Release of CUSO Asset Management computer software; Recruitment of credit union clients for the data processing services of Iowa-Premier Systems Inc.
- A tradition of discovery in Columbus.
Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker; 9/16/96 Supplement, Vol. 161 Issue 177, p7A
Focuses on the reputation of Columbus, Ohio as a leader in technology. Local businesses and institutions willing to try new things and tolerate failures.
- Radio frequency data communications.
Moore, Bert // Automatic I.D. News; Jan1996, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p30
Provides information on changes that have been encountered in entering data into radio frequency data communications (RF/DC) systems. Benefits of leading radio frequency data communication applications; When to implement a data communications application; The physical environment and RF/DC...
- Product digest.
Moore, Bert // Automatic I.D. News; Jan1996, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p44
Profiles computer software and hardware. Accu-Sort Systems; Mobile networks; Home electronics.
- The complexity problem.
Sedgwick, John // Atlantic (02769077); Mar93, Vol. 271 Issue 3, p96
Discusses the efforts of industrial designers to make the controls of a machine reflect the people who will use it rather than the engineers who want to show off new technology. Ergonomics, or human-factors; Complexity problems; Matching machines to the people that use them; Human-factors...
- How to use Doppler weather radar.
George, Fred // Business & Commercial Aviation; Aug97, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p64
Presents information on the technology known as the Doppler Turbulence Detection Weather Radar which is used by pilots. Potential of this technology; Statements made by radar experts Dave Guinn and Archie Trammell; Disadvantages of this technology; Techniques of this radar. INSETS: How doppler...
- Montgomery KONE opens the universal door.
Watkins-Miller, Elaine // Buildings; Dec95, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p12
Reports on information gained at a visit to the Montgomery KONE's headquarters in Moline, Illinois by the editorial staff of `Buildings'. What technology is doing; Significance to building owners and facilities managers; What Montgomery KONE is doing to take advantage of this market.
- Gunning for space.
Hogan, H. // Boys' Life; Apr91, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p12
Examines new technology that researchers are working on that would use guns to shoot things into space. `Rail gun'; `Coil gun'; What is wrong with launching satellites atop rockets.
- Itty-bitty machines.
Hogan, H. // Boys' Life; May92, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on future `micromachines' and how they will be used. Used in the fields of medicine, manufacturing and protecting the environment; How micromachines are made; The first place that they will probably be used is in automobiles.
- Critical technologies.
Smith, B.L. // Brookings Review; Winter92, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p54
States that a strong technology base is critical both to America's economic performance and national defense. List of critical technologies; Four key assumptions; Research and development investment; Greater government support; More.
- Research Engineers adds to British structure.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 12/23/96, Vol. 19 Issue 52, p13
Presents information on technology in California. Addition of structural analysis by Research Engineers Incorporated; Allergan Incorporated to begin the sale of skin-disorder treatment in Germany; Purchase of a test system for code division multiple access devices, by TDK Semiconductor...
- Celeritas stars in latest Air Touch offering.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 01/13/97, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p13
Presents brief reports relating to technology in Orange County, California. Details on Celeritas Technologies Limited's role in a product offering from AirTouch Cellular; Information on Celeritas; Insight on Microsemi Corporation's contract with an undisclosed heart pacer and defibrillator...
- AST's plan: Keep technology up, prices down.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 1/20/97, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p13
Presents information on technological developments in the United States. Information on the Advantage desktop computer by AST Research Incorporated; Information on Tecra notebook computers from the computer division of Toshiba America Information Systems Incorporated; Projected earnings of...
- Oncotech gets big-name partner in market, lab.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 02/03/97, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p13
Presents information on technology as it relates to Orange County, California. Creation of a deal between Oncotech Incorporated, and Pharmacia & Upjohn Incorporated; Comarco Incorporated's receiving $8-million in orders in November, and December 1996; Deal between the United States Army, and...
- ALR's Optima a consumer-business blend.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 03/24/97, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p13
Presents brief reports relating to technology in the United States. Attempts to bring the consumer market to business customers by Advanced Logic Research Incorporated (ALR); Information on NeTouch Communications Incorporated's link up with StarBase Corporation; Information on the New York City...
- KDS wants a brand name for its monitors.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 03/31/97, Vol. 20 Issue 13, p13
Presents a brief report relating to technology issues in Orange County, California, focusing on KDS USA launching of a line of monitors aimed at high-end graphics applications. Information on the Visual Sensations; Details on the move by KDS; Details on Interplay Production Incorported's...
- Virgin gets `SubSpace' on Pepsi's web page.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 05/19/97, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p13
Presents brief news reports as they relate to the technology industry in Orange County, California. Virgin Interactive to go online; Information on the Innovative Device Technologies' information service; Business deals made between Printrak International Incorporated and law enforcement...
- Tooling up on technology.
Gelhorn, Ken // CA Magazine; Aug97, Vol. 130 Issue 6, p9
Presents questions and answers on issues related to the use of technology. Types of software recommended for various types of applications; Details on the use of Microsoft Office 97; What standard of desktop computer should be bought in 1997.
- Interplay engages Softbank in gaming deal.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 7/29/96, Vol. 19 Issue 31, p9
Reports on developments about technology products companies in Orange County, California for the week of July 29, 1996. Backer for the Engage Games venture of Interplay Productions; Distribution agreement on lung cancer test between AMDL Inc. and Y.H. BioTek Co.; Start of computer products...
- Rivals Wyle, Marshall form joint venture.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 8/19/96, Vol. 19 Issue 34, p13
No abstract available.
- Incubators to speed up high-tech growth in OC.
Cooley, Timothy J. // Orange County Business Journal; 9/23/96, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p22
Reports that an incubator network for technology based start-up businesses, is being look at to change the odds for success, spur new innovation, and jobs in Orange County, California. Reason for the establishing of the Technology Innovation Council; Information on the phases of the innovation...
- Western Digital ramps up drive production.
Lyster, Michael // Orange County Business Journal; 11/11/96, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p13
Presents information on technology developments in California. Development of SCSI hard drives by Western Digital Corporation; Affiliation between Emulex Corporation and Box Hill Systems Corporation; Information on Select Software Tools; Deal landed by Printrak International Incorporated; Other...
- 1997: A low-voltage year for high-tech stocks.
Rewick, C.J. // Crain's Chicago Business; 01/12/98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p33
Offers a look at high-tech stock which were poor performers in 1997. Information on Spyglass Incorporated who has developed software that enables devices such as cell phones and pagers to communicate directly with the Internet; Statistical information on stock of various companies; Comments...
- It's about time.
Holohan, Dan // Contractor Magazine; Mar1998, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p28
Opinion. Presents information on an incident that occurred at a contractors convention. Details on the incident; Information on the inconvieniences of modern technology; Indication of how technology disrupted the contractors convention.
- NHRAW members urged to use technology to increase profits.
Oh, Elanor // Contractor Magazine; Mar1998, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p58
Presents information on the urging of the Northamerican Heating, Refrigeration & Airconditioning Wholesalers Association to it member to make use of technology to aid in increasing profits. Indication of some of the technology that can be used to increase profitability; Information on automation.
- Top 10 challenges for 2007.
Oh, Elanor // Design News; 6/23/97, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p48
Presents the top 10 technical challenges which industry will face for the year 2007 in the United States. Challenges including affordable home-based health care, personalized consumer products, and the convergence of technology in the home.
- Report urges programs to meet Japanese rebound in R&D race.
Wingo, Walter // Design News; 9/8/97, Vol. 53 Issue 17, p20
Reports on the return of Japanese R&D and states that American must take steps in order to avoid a gap in technology. Information on the funding plans of Japanese; Discussion by the Federal Trade Commission to stamp out scam invention promotions; Information on how inventors can avoid costly...
- Washington beat.
Wingo, Walter // Design News; 10/20/97, Vol. 53 Issue 20, p20
Presents information on issues relating to technology in Washington. Information on the drive to unify safety requirements launched by automobile manufacturers in the United States; Reference to a survey conducted on graduates of engineering research centers; Details on NASA's testing of...
- Lost motion valve link.
Fowler, Scott // Design News; 4/6/98, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p84
Presents information on an electrohydraulic valve-train link which employs a solenoid and check valve to alter its lift profile. What happens to the link when the solenoid valve is closed; Where this device is available.
- News flash.
Fowler, Scott // Design News; 4/6/98, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p110
Presents news briefs pertaining to technology. Details on a manufacturing procedure that offers better control of the heat-treating process for clutch spring function by Rolex Company's National Disc Spring Division; Information on a fastener that automates EMI/RFI shield assembly.
- Washington beat.
Wingo, Walter // Design News; 9/7/98, Vol. 54 Issue 17, p28
Presents several technological updates and other issues in the United States as of September 1998. Information on the increase in industrial research and design, according to a report by the National Science Board; Methodology developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for...
- Developing a technology policy.
Parham, Alan R. // Employee Benefits Journal; Sep98, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p3
Lists the components of a typical technology policy and shows how following the policy will enable a fund to successfully utilize technology in serving its participants. Importance of a technology plan; Components; Goals and objectives.
- Upcoming meetings.
Parham, Alan R. // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p17
Displays a list of schedules of upcoming meetings on technical topics.
- Micromachining technologies promise smarter sensors...
Leonard, Milt // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p35
Reports on recent technological innovations.
- Satellite Communications: New horizons.
Goldberg, Lee // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p46
Presents information on satellite communications. Technical information.
- The rapid rise in silicon carbides.
Goldberg, Lee // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p64K
Reports that there is potential growth for the silicon-carbide market. Technical information.
- You'll need lotsa boxtops...
Goldberg, Lee // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p64R
Discusses the introduction of a digital decoder ring with an embedded memory chip. Technical information.
- RF simulator overcomes speed, capacity obstacles.
Maliniak, Lisa // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p67
Discusses digital wireless-applications. Technical information.
- Process advances yield Gigabit memories.
Bursky, Dave // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p78
Reports that the drive for higher density continues to pack more transistors on a chip, increase operating speeds and reduce power consumption.
- Low-voltage fine-geometry CMOS to use thin-film SOI.
Goodenough, Frank // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p95
Reports on the annual IEDM. CMOSFETS mentioned; Technical information.
- New devices will push frontiers in communications.
Goldberg, Lee // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p103
Reports that IEDM attendees are busy exploring the far reaches of physics and materials processing to create next generation enabling technologies .
- Ratiometric 20-kHz V-to-F converter.
Wenzel, Charles // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p109
Discusses the Ratio-metric 20-kHz V-to-F converter. Technical information.
- Microstrip line carries fast pulses.
Thompson, Marc // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p110
Reports that the microstrip line carries fast pulses. Technical information.
- Charger built with few parts.
Dengel, Joseph J. // Electronic Design; 12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p112
Reports that a battery charger for small NiCd batteries comes in handy as a lightweight and compact travel charger.