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But who will use it ? : A new state of the art telephone system, linking telephone sets directly to a network of 66 satellites, is being launched on Septermber 23 by a US company. The technology will

The department of telecommunications (DoT) has extended the license period for Internet service providers (ISPs) from 10 to 15 years as per recommendations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of

In a serendipitous discovery, scientists at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley may have found an inexpensive material for making windows more energy-efficient.

A Russian crew blasted off for the Mir space station from the former Soviet cosmodrome in Baiknour. It carries a three man

Scientists have used combination of distillery wastes and microrganisms to make a low-cost method of producing biodegradable plastics. The simple technology which is awaiting transfer to industries

Some security firms have successfully simulated trade using computers with clocks reset to the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000, but final tests are needed next year, a Wall Street firm has

An electronic cannon designed at the Moscow electron and ion optics research institute was originally meant for military purposes, but now scientists have found peaceful uses for it. They have

Computer-steered military planes, vessels and ground vehicles in Sweden might swere and crash on January 1, 2000 the Swedish defence department said on Tuesday. Military officials told the Stockholm

A US Air Force Titan 4A rocket exploded in flames less than a minute after blastoff from Cape Canaveral on Wednesday, the Air Force said. The Lockheed Martin Crop. built rocket, which blasted off was

The Prime Minister's National Task Force on Information Technology (IT) is expected to soon announce its clutch of 15 national technology missions. The missions are intended to make the country more