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The colorfully eccentric Kim Schmitz has gone on a Twitter rant to express his grief about the whole Megaupload scandal and to talk about his new Me.ga file-sharing service.
More than a decade after the World Trade Center terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, the US government added cancer to the list of sicknesses covered by a $4.3 billion fund set up to help rescue workers and others who were adversely affected by the cleanup process after the tragedy.
The saga continues for a Tarbosaurus dinosaur fossil from Mongolia. In the latest act, a Florida man wanted for allegedly smuggling a host of prehistoric fossils, has been arrested.
Despite an FCC announcement recently regarding wireless spectrum sharing between the US government and the private sector, lawmakers and oversight committees argue that federal officials aren't doing enough to get unused spectrum into commercial hands.
The US State Department is now turning back on a contract they forged with Amazon 2 months ago - a deal which would have earned the Seattle company $16.5 Million and the US government a load of Kindle Touches to hand out to US embassies the world over.
Silanis, the leader in enterprise electronic signature solutions with the largest e-signature deployments, announces that a major US federal government agency has chosen Silanis’ e-Sign Enterprise
Despite Federal spending cutbacks, Rice Camera Technologies continues to see solid and growing demand for its infrared camera solutions and hyperspectral technologies, with contract awards in
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