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SHELLADY: 'Technology lets everyone hide behind their computers'

Dispatch Argus 22 Oct 2021
I love technology and am willing to get behind any good idea that it can help make better ... Technology lets everyone hide behind their computers ... Maybe technology has reduced us to screen jockeys and we don’t even know it. This whole technology thing is a monster unto itself ... The combine cabs nowadays are incredibly technologically advanced.
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ASML edges past analyst estimate for Q3 profit amid chip shortage

Yahoo Daily News 21 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -ASML Holding NV, a key supplier to computer chip makers, posted slightly better-than-expected quarterly net income of 1.74 billion euros ($2 billion) on Wednesday, amid strong demand for its products and a global semiconductor shortage ... technology company.
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Heliox and The Mobility House Integration Advances Charge Management for Electric Fleets

The Marshall News Messenger 19 Oct 2021
The Mobility House and Heliox powerful smart charging technology has also been successfully deployed to Europe’s largest electric fleet of over 100 buses at in Amsterdam, the and for public transit operator ... The Mobility House’s unique vendor-neutral and interoperable technology ...
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Chips and ships: Philips cuts outlook as supply chain problems grow

Reuters 18 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Dutch health technology company Philips (PHG.AS) on Monday cut its outlook for sales and profit growth this year and said the global supply chain problems that added to its growing list of worries in the third quarter would likely intensify.
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Philips lowers outlook as recall, parts shortages bite

Reuters 18 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Dutch health technology company Philips (PHG.AS) lowered its outlook on Monday for sales and profit growth in 2021, as a massive recall of respiratory devices and a global shortage of electronic components hit its third-quarter earnings.
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Netherlands develops ‘virtually painless’ needle-free injection

Dawn 14 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM. Researchers in the Netherlands are developing laser technology to enable “virtually painless” injections without needles in what they call a breakthrough that will ease fear and lower the threshold for vaccinations.
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Top 5 technology trends for 2022 – BearingPoint survey

The Marshall News Messenger 14 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 14, 2021--. Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint says the top 5 technology trends for 2022 are. ... BearingPoint's top 5 technology trends for 2022 (Graphic ... BearingPoint had surveyed nearly 1,000 IT consultants to see which technology areas would get the most attention in 2022.
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'Virtually painless' needle-free injections developed in Netherlands

Canada Dot Com 13 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM — Researchers in the Netherlands are developing laser technology to enable “virtually painless” injections without needles in what ...
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‘Virtually painless’ needle-free injections developed in Netherlands

New York Post 13 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM, Oct 13 – Researchers in the Netherlands are developing laser technology to enable “virtually painless” injections without needles in what they call a breakthrough that will ease fear and lower the threshold for vaccinations ... technology, he said.
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VEON's Beeline and Leading Medical Institute Join Forces to Redefine Future of Medical Diagnostics Through AI

The Salamanca Press 12 Oct 2021
AMSTERDAM, Oct ... VEON) (Euronext Amsterdam ... "Technology based on artificial intelligence is transforming modern medicine," states Kaan Terzioglu, CEO of VEON Group. "We have invested in AI at the core of our digital operator businesses and are proud of our contribution to the development of state-of-the-art technology.
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Pakistani nuke-bomb creator dies

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 11 Oct 2021
Abdul Qadeer Khan, a metallurgist who became known to Western intelligence services as the father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb and a worldwide dealer in weapons technology, died Sunday at a hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan ... He studied the science and technology of metals, and did graduate work in Germany.
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A.Q. Khan, father of Pakistan's atomic bomb and dealer of nuclear secrets, dies at 85

Union Leader 10 Oct 2021
Abdul Qadeer Khan, who was considered the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb and who secretly sold nuclear-weapons technology to such states as Iran and North Korea, died Sunday at age 85 after being hospitalized with covid-19 ... After studying metal technologies, he went on to work in Amsterdam at a company enriching uranium for European firms.
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A.Q. Khan, father of Pakistan’s atomic bomb and dealer of nuclear secrets, dies at 85

News India Times 10 Oct 2021
Abdul Qadeer Khan, who was considered the father of Pakistan’s atomic bomb and who secretly sold nuclear-weapons technology to such states as Iran and North Korea, died Sunday at age 85 after being hospitalized with covid-19 ... After studying metal technologies, he went on to work in Amsterdam at a company enriching uranium for European firms.
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iOmx Therapeutics raises EUR 65 million in Series B round

Pharmiweb 05 Oct 2021
"In the vital world of cancer immunotherapy, iOmx's platform technology stands out because it screens for novel druggable immune checkpoint targets on tumor cells instead of T cells, thereby allowing the development of drugs that can prevent tumor immune evasion." ... technology base.
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Metal Gear Solid 5 Quiet Actress Working on New Game Vengeance is Mine

Game Rant 04 Oct 2021
... search of an old piece of technology that will lead them to a terrible power. In a plot that wouldn't be out of place in a Metal Gear Solid game, Charles Jaeger uses the technology to activate the Deacon, a derelict military installation buried under the streets of New Amsterdam.
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