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Content posted in February 2014
DoD Awards $70M for Digital Manufacturing Open Research Lab
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2/27/2014  5 comments
As part of President Obama's promise to invest in innovation in American manufacturing, the US Department of Defense has awarded Chicago-based UI Labs $70 million to open the Digital Lab for Manufacturing, a research and commercialization institution.
Wilocity Chipset to Deliver WiGig Speed to Mobile Devices
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2/26/2014  13 comments
Wilocity has developed a WiGig chipset for mobile phones that will bring lightning-fast wireless capability based on the 802.11ad standard to a new range of devices.
Siemens Introduces Entry-Level CNC for Milling & Turning Applications
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2/25/2014  Post a comment
Siemens Industry's new Sinumerik 808D Advanced CNC is designed for basic milling and turning machines. Affordably priced for the OEM, this new addition from offers a suite of design features to improve the accuracy, surface finish, safety, and communication of the control.
Rugged Router Fights Cyber Foes
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2/12/2014  16 comments
Belden's Eagle One router is designed to fight network intrusions while operating in harsh environments.
Obama Ratchets Up Support of Natural Gas Vehicles
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2/6/2014  36 comments
President Obama's State of the Union address last week contained a surprising reference to natural gas cars and trucks and omitted any mention of electric vehicles, leaving some to wonder whether the administration is embracing a slight shift in policy.




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