Some robot-loving Japanese are tinkering with screwdrivers and motors instead of heading to the beach or hot springs during this nation's "Golden Week" holidays.

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Meriden Record-Journal
May car show honors former Southington High School tech-ed teacher
Meriden Record-Journal
Student Jared Fernandez stands next to a 1971 Roadrunner in a technical education classroom at Southington High School, Friday, March 24, 2017. Fernandez is planning a car show fundraiser in honor of Robert Beeney, a technical education teacher who ...



nwitimes.com
Lake Central trains students to be tech savvy troubleshooters
nwitimes.com
The computer tech support course, which will be open to juniors and seniors, was created by the school's technology trainer Myra Lolkema. Students will manage the new technology help desk during the school's Pathways to Excellence period and help ...

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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Cremins recognizes Pastner's good work at Tech
Atlanta Journal Constitution
?A lot of people were skeptical because what we were hearing about Memphis,? Cremins said. ?Coaches make moves all the time and you never know what's going on behind the scenes. Josh wanted to make a move and he saw something at Georgia Tech ...

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Huntsville Item
What should we do about low-tech attacks?
Huntsville Item
In fact, this is the latest in about two-dozen ?low-tech? attacks involving vehicles. You may remember the attack in Berlin, Germany, on a Christmas market in December, the attack at Ohio State University in November, or the Bastille Day attack in Nice ...



CNBC
China finds a new source of cutting-edge military technology: US startups
CNBC
A New York Times story this week says that among the startups are companies working on artificial intelligence for military robots, rocket engines, ship sensors and printers that could produce high-tech components such as computer screens for military ...

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The New Indian Express
Odisha: Hi-Tech ATM theft gang busted, key member Ajay Chaudhury arrested
The New Indian Express
The accused Ajay Chaudhury, is a native of Rudrapur in Uttarakhand and was involved in two similar cases of Hi-Tech ATM thefts in Bengaluru and Lucknow in 2014 and 2016 respectively. In the spate of thefts in Odisha, in which over Rs 40 lakh was looted ...

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Herald Scotland
Rudd warns tech giants to offer 'no place for terrorists to hide'
Herald Scotland
For use in UK, Ireland or Benelux countries only EDITORIAL USE ONLYHandout photo issued by the BBC of Andrew Marr and Home Secretary Amber Rudd appearing on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show. PRESS ...

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Herald Scotland
Rudd warns tech giants to offer 'no place for terrorists to hide'
Herald Scotland
For use in UK, Ireland or Benelux countries only EDITORIAL USE ONLYHandout photo issued by the BBC of Andrew Marr and Home Secretary Amber Rudd appearing on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show. PRESS ...

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Bangor Daily News
A history for millennials of the low-tech victories over life's minor frustrations
Bangor Daily News
Complex, high technology has transformed our world at an ever-increasing, bewildering speed. Who would have imagined only 20 years ago that virtually everyone would carry a portable telephone that would not only make calls but also take pictures, surf ...

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Bangor Daily News
A history for millennials of the low-tech victories over life's minor frustrations
Bangor Daily News
Complex, high technology has transformed our world at an ever-increasing, bewildering speed. Who would have imagined only 20 years ago that virtually everyone would carry a portable telephone that would not only make calls but also take pictures, surf ...

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