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Asia advances

Ten years ago, North America, Europe and Japan represented two-thirds of global electronic equipment production, says DECISION in a new report…

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Autonomous sub in centimetre search for flight MH370

The search for the missing Malaysian  airliner now involves an autonomous submarine from US-based firm Bluefin Robotics.

The miniature submarine, which is only five metres in length, is reported to have completed its first mission in a search for flight MH370′s black box flight recorder on the seabed…

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EMEA woe

Has the Arab Spring done anything for the electronics industry? According to a report from the Henry Jackson Society, absolutely  not. If the acronym EMEA is in your job title, be warned…

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UK's 'first green data centre'

AOC Group has submitted a planning application for a 7,000m2 data centre at Queensway Business Park in Glenrothes Fife.

The facility will be the first of its kind in the UK drawing its energy from a renewable source, claims AOC, with power coming from the largest biomass plant in…

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University skills up games software entrepreneurs

Software programmers with an interest in digital game development are being offered a career move into a director role in a start-up business, by Falmouth University.

The university says the aim is to create teams of graduates which will become the basis of incorporated and investible companies developing software…

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Micron researchers vote for settlement proposal

The 419 Micron researchers who were to be laid off in Italy, Micron management, the Italian unions, STMicroelectronics, and the local and national governments in Italy should all be congratulated on coming to a satisfactory agreement over the proposed lay-offs…

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