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SAN MATEO, Calif. — A systems integrator is spinning off its touch-screen display business in the hope of putting some fire into a market that has seen a wave of consolidation. Touch International Inc. will bring an improved resistive technology to market and announce a handful of manufacturing partners later this year.

This design enables a cell phone to provide third-generation, high-speed wireless data services, while still being backwards compatible with existing voice services,” Farese said.

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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's efforts to transform the creaking U.S. military machine now appear doomed by bureaucratic inertia and program managers whose careers depend on weapons' entering production whether or not there is a military need. It is thus more important than ever to resist the urge to throw money at anti-terror efforts and homeland defense while ignoring long-term economic security issues. As retired Adm. William Owens and BENS chairman Stanley Weiss wrote in a recent New York Times op-ed piece,”Support for military budget increases will evaporate if the Pentagon devours billions in new funding but fails to shed the fat.”

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This design enables a cell phone to provide third-generation, high-speed wireless data services, while still being backwards compatible with existing voice services,” Farese said.

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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's efforts to transform the creaking U.S. military machine now appear doomed by bureaucratic inertia and program managers whose careers depend on weapons' entering production whether or not there is a military need. It is thus more important than ever to resist the urge to throw money at anti-terror efforts and homeland defense while ignoring long-term economic security issues. As retired Adm. William Owens and BENS chairman Stanley Weiss wrote in a recent New York Times op-ed piece,”Support for military budget increases will evaporate if the Pentagon devours billions in new funding but fails to shed the fat.”

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Last Wednesday, during its second meeting with analysts in as many weeks, Tyco hinted that it is rethinking plans to split the conglomerate into four publicly traded companies, compounding its woes on Wall Street where its stock price has fallen approximately 55% since the beginning of the year.

Meanwhile, at next month's SPIE event, the EUV LLC is expected to discuss new optics and other upgrades to the alpha tool. And in another presentation at SPIE, a representative from Hitachi Ltd. is expected to discuss Japan's efforts in EUV, in which Canon Inc. and Nikon Corp. are separately developing EUV tools.

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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's efforts to transform the creaking U.S. military machine now appear doomed by bureaucratic inertia and program managers whose careers depend on weapons' entering production whether or not there is a military need. It is thus more important than ever to resist the urge to throw money at anti-terror efforts and homeland defense while ignoring long-term economic security issues. As retired Adm. William Owens and BENS chairman Stanley Weiss wrote in a recent New York Times op-ed piece,”Support for military budget increases will evaporate if the Pentagon devours billions in new funding but fails to shed the fat.”

LynuxWorks,

Last Wednesday, during its second meeting with analysts in as many weeks, Tyco hinted that it is rethinking plans to split the conglomerate into four publicly traded companies, compounding its woes on Wall Street where its stock price has fallen approximately 55% since the beginning of the year.

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's efforts to transform the creaking U.S. military machine now appear doomed by bureaucratic inertia and program managers whose careers depend on weapons' entering production whether or not there is a military need. It is thus more important than ever to resist the urge to throw money at anti-terror efforts and homeland defense while ignoring long-term economic security issues. As retired Adm. William Owens and BENS chairman Stanley Weiss wrote in a recent New York Times op-ed piece,”Support for military budget increases will evaporate if the Pentagon devours billions in new funding but fails to shed the fat.”

LynuxWorks,

Last Wednesday, during its second meeting with analysts in as many weeks, Tyco hinted that it is rethinking plans to split the conglomerate into four publicly traded companies, compounding its woes on Wall Street where its stock price has fallen approximately 55% since the beginning of the year.

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LynuxWorks,

Last Wednesday, during its second meeting with analysts in as many weeks, Tyco hinted that it is rethinking plans to split the conglomerate into four publicly traded companies, compounding its woes on Wall Street where its stock price has fallen approximately 55% since the beginning of the year.

Last Wednesday, during its second meeting with analysts in as many weeks, Tyco hinted that it is rethinking plans to split the conglomerate into four publicly traded companies, compounding its woes on Wall Street where its stock price has fallen approximately 55% since the beginning of the year.

Meanwhile, at next month's SPIE event, the EUV LLC is expected to discuss new optics and other upgrades to the alpha tool. And in another presentation at SPIE, a representative from Hitachi Ltd. is expected to discuss Japan's efforts in EUV, in which Canon Inc. and Nikon Corp. are separately developing EUV tools.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — A fresh round of layoffs at Tality Corp., Cadence Design Systems' services organization, will take the employee count to around 700 — roughly half of Tality's size in January 2001. Tality announced that it will discontinue board-level, mechanical and packaging services for data and telecommunications equipment and that it will lay off about 200 people in the process.

The downturn is not over yet, but when we look at our top customers, in the last three weeks or so we've moved back into a positive book-to-bill for the first time in 12 months,” he said. The sun is beginning to peek over the mountains.”