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Aug 2012

PS (Process Systems) Asia and HVACR Asia 2012 return with more opportunities

30 Aug 2012

HVACR Asia 2012 is reputed as being the leading exhibition in Southeast Asia on Heating, Ventilation, Air-Filtration and Purification, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems.

Fluoridated drinking water may combat dental erosion of dietary origin common to Arabian Gulf countries

24 Aug 2012

Dentistry Conference in Abu Dhabi to address oral health issues of dietary origin

Serigrafia, SIGN and FutureTEXTIL attracts record figures

20 Aug 2012

Serigrafia SIGN and FutureTEXTIL, the largest sign, screen, textile and digital imaging exhibition in South America, has achieved over 45,000 visitors to this year's event

Forum Corporation announces First-Line Essentials training program

15 Aug 2012

The two-day classroom program allows front-line leaders to develop skills in four foundational people-management areas

Ipex 2014 starts its journey with world tour

14 Aug 2012

Attendees will hear the latest updates on Ipex 2014, including technology highlights and details of features that will be incorporated in the event

AT&T to shut down 2G services by 2017

08 Aug 2012

AT&T recently announced plans to acquire NextWave Wireless

Taylor & Francis comes out top in Social Science

07 Aug 2012

The continued growth in the strength of the Routledge portfolio is demonstrated by the fact that Taylor & Francis publishes more titles than any other publisher in 23 subject categories

Financial services firms embrace social media during London 2012

06 Aug 2012

One of the biggest sponsors has enlisted the help of Usain Bolt to promote its products

Akamai remains top of CDN market says Informa

02 Aug 2012

Some of the world’s largest technology companies, such as Amazon, Microsoft, Google, are also investing in their own CDNs, primarily to deliver their own content

UK government’s broadband strategy attacked by Lords’ report

01 Aug 2012

The House of Lords Select Committee on Communications has criticised the government's focus on broadband speed over coverage