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Unraveling the Cellphone Industry’s Biggest Mystery

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Eamonn Fingleton shows us how other countries win.  They have goals and they execute.  They do it in the national interest.  From the article below… “Remember that the Japanese system is heavily focused on jobs.  Its central objective — achieved through a variety of hidden and overt government policies —…

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New Youngstown hub offers UD new opportunities

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Reposted from the Dayton Daily News ****** New Youngstown hub offers UD new opportunities Steve Bennish | August 27, 2012 | Dayton Daily News DAYTON — An $85 million manufacturing research hub in Youngstown to help boost technology and create jobs will offer opportunities for the University of Dayton to share…

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China’s post-enforcement whining on solar panels

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They only call it a trade war when we fight back. China’s subsidized solar industry is now whining that they can’t sell as cheap as they used to, and other countries are not buying their products as much as they used to.  The massive Communist government subsidies are being neutralized…

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University, Industry Experts Recommend Steps to ‘Invigorate’ U.S. Manufacturing

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Reposted from NIST Tech Beat *****  University, Industry Experts Recommend Steps to ‘Invigorate’ U.S. Manufacturing Mark Bello  |  July 17, 2012  |  NIST Tech Beat A new report by a national committee of U.S. industry and university leaders details 16 recommendations “aimed at reinventing manufacturing in a way that ensures U.S. competitiveness,…

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Boeing’s Planes Are Riddled With Chinese Counterfeit Electronic Components

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Reposted from Manufacturing and Technology News ***** Boeing’s Planes Are Riddled With Chinese Counterfeit Electronic Components Richard A. McCormack  |  June 15, 2012  | Manufacturing and Technology News The Senate Armed Services Committee’s year-long investigation into counterfeit electronic parts in military weapons systems has revealed a problem that goes beyond…

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AWT Regional RoboBot Competition 4/28/12

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VIDEO: Robots Batte to the Finish   Although we had to wait months to see the epic sci-fi destruction that occurred in downtown Cleveland for The Avengers movie, a series of high-tech battles was being waged east of Cleveland even before the blockbuster made its premiere. The setting was the gymnasium at Lakeland…

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China Flexes Its Regulatory Muscle, Catching Google in Its Grip

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Reposted from The New York Times ***** China Flexes Its Regulatory Muscle, Catching Google in Its Grip In today’s globalized world, you can’t avoid China, or so goes the cliché. Google is discovering that it’s actually true. Following a dispute over censorship, Google largely abandoned mainland China two years ago, redirecting its…

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Manufacturing is dirty?

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Well, its not any more.  Here’s an interesting video of a German Volkswagen plant in the center of Dresden, made entirely out of glass. Magnetic floors, components brought in by Dresden public trams, it looks like a museum.  

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Billboards try to shame new Bay Bridge

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Reposted from SF Gate ***** Billboards try to shame new Bay Bridge Michael Cabanatuan | March 26, 2012 | SF Gate A group of American manufacturers and the United Steelworkers union held up the new Bay Bridge as an icon Monday.  But not as an icon of  inspirational engineering, beautiful…

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Case Based in China Puts a Face on Persistent Hacking

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Reposted from The New York Times ****** Case Based in China Puts a Face on Persistent Hacking Nicole Perlroth | March 29, 2012 |The New York Times SAN FRANCISCO — A breach of computers belonging to companies in Japan and India and to Tibetan activists has been linked to a…

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