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Suppliers Push Back at RFID Demands

Bicycle manufacturer Pacific Cycle spent $700,000 on tags, hardware...

Should NASA Open Low-Orbit Space to Business?

Sept. 15, 2011—The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported...

Does Cyberterror Matter to Counterterrorists?

An Al Qaeda operative hacks into a network of...

When Tech Spending Slows Down, Hug Your Vendor

It may be time to give your vendor a...

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CIOs: 2007 Looking Up

More than 50 percent of CIOs plan on spending more on technology in 2007 than in 2006, according to...

When Tech Spending Slows Down, Hug Your Vendor

It may be time to give your vendor a squeeze—and not the affectionate kind. With the second-quarter earnings season...

Gates to Step Aside, Focus on Philanthropy

Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is planning to leave in 2008 the company he founded 31...

Does Cyberterror Matter to Counterterrorists?

An Al Qaeda operative hacks into a network of a multinational company, grabs sensitive data about internal operations, floods...

Should NASA Open Low-Orbit Space to Business?

Sept. 15, 2011—The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported today that United Parcel Service delivered two months of supplies...

Suppliers Push Back at RFID Demands

Bicycle manufacturer Pacific Cycle spent $700,000 on tags, hardware and software to test radio-frequency identification on its products in...

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