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US tech firms want to change visa rules so they can hire more workers from abroad.
In face of protectionist pressures, G20 nations continue to invest in technology.
In address to Indian-Americans, Aneesh Chopra says the US is in danger of losing its competitive edge in technology.
The technology used by Skype is transforming the global telecommunications industry.
Semiconductor sales have been increasing of late — a possible barometer of a brighter future for the wider industry.
A steep decline in demand and prices could move production to Asia and away from more expensive German manufacturers.
A new DNA test offers commercial applications including correctly labeling fish and helping air safety investigators.
Satellite television grows through recession on demand from emerging nations.
Could other countries create alternatives to the US-controlled domain name system, causing chaos?
But private firm's rocket launch a baby step in space commercialization.
Could droughts and exploding food prices lead to a wider acceptance of genetically modified foods?
Iran joins China in a club of countries developing filters for internet traffic.
US prohibitions and trade rule blunders fuel high-stakes dispute.
Airships make comeback as a cheaper option for aerial surveillance.
Attacks, difficult to trace or deter, stir alarm.
Altered primates bring inherited genetic modification closer to man.
Under a proposed French law, illegal downloading would result in the loss of Internet access.
Regulators in Europe and U.S. both investigate foreign companies — so what's behind this bias?
Global credit crunch forces industry's Western leaders to look east to cut costs.
A new technology makes it possible to screen Internet traffic.