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Apple Launches iTunes 12.1 for OS X Yosemite
January 31, 2015
Consumer electronics company Apple has been going through a good phase. Earlier, the company announced that it has sold record number of iPhones. According to Cupertino, California-based electronics giant, it has registered the best sales quarter in its 38-year history. The company sold a record 74.5 million iPhones during the period. If the company continues to perform well, it will be leading smartphone seller across the globe.

CIBSE Hong Kong: Joint Technical Seminar on Green Wall Lighting, Photobiological and Health Effects
January 31, 2015
Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers has issued the following news release: CIBSE Hong Kong: Joint Technical Seminar on Green Wall Lighting, Photobiological and Health Effects 05 February 2015 18:30 PM to 21:00 PM

Quality Engineer semiconductor exp not required but would be nice
January 31, 2015
National Defense Industrial Association has issued the following Job Vacancy: Job Summary Company A New Beginning-Genes​is 2Location Multiple locationsIndustries All Automotive and Parts Mfg Electronics, Components, and Semiconductor MfgJob Type Full Time EmployeeYears of Experience 2+​ to 5 YearsEducation Level Bachelor's DegreeCareer Level Manager (Manager/​Supervisor of Staff)Salary 0.​00 - 85,000.​00 $ /​year stable company, bennies, bonuses, relocation money, etc Quality Engineer semiconductor exp not required but would be niceAbout the Job

TSMC's 12-inch wafer capacity ranks 5th in world
January 31, 2015
Taipei, Jan. 31 (CNA) Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, ???) is now ranked fifth worldwide for 12-inch wafer production capacity, according market information advisory firm IC Insights.

Stirling Castle hosts world's longest tapestry
January 31, 2015
THE world's longest tapestry has gone on display at Stirling Castle, one of the landmarks that features in the design. The Great Tapestry of Scotland was created in a series of community art projects, with a team of 1,000 volunteers sewing for the equivalent of 24 hours a day for six years to produce the piece.

Leaked Nvidia driver offers taste of mobile G-Sync
January 30, 2015
Earlier this week, news surfaced of a leaked Nvidia driver that could supposedly enable G-Sync on any mobile or desktop display. The author used this driver to argue that Nvidia's GeForce was nothing but a DRM scam, and that the Altera Arria V FPGA inside the G-Sync module was nothing but a DRM mechanism designed to ensure that G-Sync was limited to Nvidia-approved monitors and video cards. Gamenab's various claims run the gamut from flatly incorrect to highly dubious, but there is a kernel of accuracy to them - specifically, the driver the website leaked does enable an early version of G-Sync support on at least one laptop. Gamenab makes a number of inflammatory accusations concerning G-Sync support. According to the site, G-Sync is "a kind of DRM component protection," CUDA "was made to force the developers to work on an Nvidia GPU," and the Altera FPGA inside the G-Sync module "does nothing else than confirm that the module is right here."

San Angelo Standard-Times (Texas)
January 30, 2015
SAN ANGELO water supply 25 months 76% Nasworthy 8% Twin Buttes 14% O.H. Ivie 8.678 Jan. 28, 2014 8.919 Jan. 28, 2015 Rainfall to date 1.5 inches Jan. 28, 2015 A trace of rain Jan. 28, 2014 0.83 inches Normal Standard conservation: Outside watering allowed once every seven days. Report violations to 325-277-8906 or james.flores@cosatx.us Conservation tip: Learn how to use your water meter to check for leaks. Burn ban: None in effect in Tom Green County. Outdoor burning in San Angelo city limits is prohibited. Source: city of San Angelo.

Cleaner water
January 30, 2015
Acurious project installed at the edge of the city shops complex this week represents a milestone for the city and the Gallatin Valley's waters. From the outside, the now-buried concrete chamber looks like any other manhole. Inside, though, it's about as awesome as public infrastructure gets.

The Asia-Pacific Electronic Packaging Material Market is estimated to grow to $4562.7 million by 2019 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor
January 30, 2015
The Asia-Pacific Electronic Packaging Material Market report defines and segments the concerned market in Asia-Pacific with analysis and forecast of revenue. This market is estimated to grow to $4562.7 million by 2019 at a CAGR of 7.4% from 2014 to 2019. Browse through the TOC of the Asia-Pacific Electronic Packaging Material Market report to get an idea of the in-depth analysis provided. This also provides a glimpse of the segmentation in the market and is supported by various tables and figures. Key Players in the Asia-Pacific Electronic Packaging Material Market are BASF Hitachi Chemical Co. Ltd. and Alent plcnbsp;

Belgium,Saudi Arabia : Al-Hada Hospital extends its Barco diagnostic display fleet with Coronis Fusion 6MP LED
January 30, 2015
Enterprise visualization expert Barco announced today that the prestigious Saudi Arabian Al-Hada Military Hospital has selected its Coronis Fusion 6MP diagnostic display system, including its online MediCal QAWeb management service. As a long-term Barco customer, the hospital has been using Barco s Nio 2MP and 5MP display systems since 2006, throughout their imaging department. By adding the Coronis Fusion 6MP display systems, it helps its radiology team to make confident and faster diagnoses.


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