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2005-08-29 Zoran releases DTV solution for U.S. market
Zoran announced a complete hardware and software solution for building an integrated digital television (DTV) targeted at the United States market.
2008-09-29 Yingli PV modules head to U.S. campus solar energy facility
Yingli has agreed to supply PV modules to SunDurance that will be used for a solar power plant on the Livingston Campus of Rutgers University.
2003-09-18 Xybernaut obtains additional contract from U.S. government
Xybernaut Corp. has received an additional $510,000 contract from the Department of Defense for wearable computing hardware that will be used by the Air Force, Army and National Guard for maintenance activities.
2008-05-21 Wolfowitz named head of U.S.-Taiwan trade group
Paul Wolfowitz, a key architect of the Iraq war and ousted head of the World Bank, has been named to head the board of an influential U.S.-Taiwan lobbying group.
2004-04-22 Wireless security tops U.S.-China trade talks
China and the United States will square off in Washington on Wednesday (April 21, 2004) for the annual U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, a forum where officials haggle over trade disputes and promote commercial agendas.
2011-07-21 Weak European, U.S. economies bring down panel demand
The debt crisis in Europe, high unemployment rate in the U.S. and worsening global inflation resulted in lower large panel shipments this year.
2012-07-16 Vizio regains lead in U.S. LCD TV market, Samsung tops overall
Vizio during the first three months of 2012 shipped 1.21 million LCD TVs in the U.S., compared to 1.15 million units for Samsung, while in 4Q11, Samsung led with shipments of 2.5 million units, compared to just 1.6 million for Vizio.
2003-04-04 Vimicro enters U.S. market with Starlight IV chipset
Vimicro Corp. has announced that its Starlight IV mobile phone color message processing chipset has entered the U.S. market.
2011-09-16 Understanding the new U.S. patent law
Many of the reforms are good housekeeping measures, but others have more substantive impact on the patent programs for technology companies.
2003-11-14 Ultralife gets added battery orders from U.S. CECOM
Ultralife Batteries has received an order valued at about $1.4M from the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command for its BA-5372/U military batteries.
2007-10-08 U.S.-India high-tech VEU program announced
A Validated End-User (VEU) program for India has been announced by the United States Commerce Department to facilitate and expand high-technology trade with India.
2007-11-13 U.S.-China relations panel to submit recommendations
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission announced it will deliver its annual report covering the recommendations to the Congress on Nov. 15.
2003-03-25 U.S.-based software company eyes Asian expansion
ManageSoft Corp. has announced its plans to expand into Asia, which includes Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Thailand.
2001-05-16 U.S.-based Indian engineers head home
Two Indian electronics engineers share experiences at college and work in the United States. Read what they have to say to engineering graduates in India.
2007-10-01 U.S., U.K. partner up on patents
Patent offices in the United States and the United Kingdom have announced a trial program geared to streamline the process of obtaining a patent in the countries.
2003-03-24 U.S., tech industry mull creation of mask consortium
The U.S. government, photomask companies and several semiconductor makers are reportedly in the final stages of forming a research consortium to help overcome the technical and economic difficulties associated with deep-submicron mask design.
2006-07-07 U.S., Singapore act to simplify telecom trade
Streamlined regulatory approval procedures came into effect in the United States and Singapore last June 2.
2011-06-07 U.S., Russia collaborate on a smart grid program
U.S. and Russia have entered into a partnership program, which aims to deepen its collaboration on energy efficiency, smart grid technology, and clean energy.
2006-11-15 U.S., Japan market research firms merge
U.S.-based market research firm iSuppli Corp. is merging with Data Garage Inc. of Japan, the firms announced Nov. 13.
2011-05-20 U.S., Japan businesses collaborate on smart grid project
A group of U.S. and Japan companies have been selected as contractors of a world-leading smart grid project in Maui, Hawaii Island.
2006-03-07 U.S., India seek closer military, technology ties
The U.S. military is dangling a range of new weapons and technologies before the Indian government as part of a Bush administration plan to expand Indo-U.S. security cooperation.
2012-06-29 U.S., Europe team up to compete with China's mfg dominance
While U.S. and European EMS providers probably can't by themselves compete with the Chinese electronics manufacturing juggernaut, partnerships between contract manufacturers appear to be one viable option for competing in the global electronics manufacturing market.
2007-07-30 U.S., E.U. agree on common GPS-Galileo signal design
The U.S. and the EU have agreed to adopt a common civil signal design for their respective satellite navigation systems.
2006-09-20 U.S., China launch standards portal to boost trade
U.S. and Chinese standards groups are collaborating to launch a standards Website designed to boost trade between the two countries.
2007-08-13 U.S. WiMAX proponents angle for 700MHz
WiMAX proponents in the United States are preparing to take advantage of the opportunity for new networks in spectrum to be auctioned off in the 700MHz bands.
2007-12-12 U.S. VC funds prefer Israel, China, India, Canada
A survey of venture capital associations found that Israel is one of four leading destinations for U.S. venture capital funds, alongside China, India and Canada.
2008-01-24 U.S. updates export control policy
The United States has released a package of new export control policies that aim to balance national security with the globalization of technology.
2003-07-23 U.S. toolmakers at a disadvantage in China
The U.S. semiconductor equipment industry remains at a disadvantage over its foreign rivals in China due to outdated export laws and procedures.
2005-02-02 U.S. to review IBM-Lenovo sale
The U.S. House of Representatives has thrown a potential monkey wrench into the $1.25 billion sale of IBM's Personal Computer Division to China's Lenovo Group.
2004-03-16 U.S. to press China on chip tax
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick reiterated in congressional testimony that the Bush administration is pressing China to drop value-added taxes on semiconductors.
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