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Content posted in February 2013
NASA Awards Bigelow Aerospace $17.8M to Add New Module to ISS
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2/20/2013  12 comments
NASA has awarded Bigelow Aerospace a contract to deliver its Bigelow Expandable Activity Module to the International Space Station for experimental use for two years upon its launch to the station in 2015.
Moxa Bolsters Network Control Panel With Device, Inventory Management
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2/19/2013  3 comments
Moxa Inc. has updated its industrial network-management software, MXview, with a number of new features that allow for better visibility into third-party devices and more broad and accurate reporting.
Ford, GM Face Off on Truck Engines
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2/14/2013  32 comments
Two of the world's biggest automakers are squaring off for a multi-year truck engine battle, with one company trying to win by addition, while the other aims for victory by subtraction.
NTSB: Short Circuit Caused 787 Battery Fire
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2/12/2013  44 comments
The Boeing 787 battery fire in Boston last month was caused by a battery short circuit that led to a thermal runaway condition, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Infoblox Releases Software to Streamline Network Control, Automation
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2/6/2013  8 comments
Infoblox's new DNS Firewall product detects malware that may enter a network from a mobile device and blocks it before it can infect any network assets.




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