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  PNNL: Available Technologies
On this website, available technologies are organized by PNNL portfolio name and by potential industry application, making it easier for you to find solutions faster.
This list of technologies is dynamic—new entries are added as new technologies become available and some are removed as licensing occurs—so we encourage you to check back frequently.
This technology is available for licensing in all fields.
availabletechnologies.pnl.gov   (175 words)

 EFF: Countdown to Grokster
Ever since the Betamax ruling in 1984, inventors have been free to create new copying technologies as long as they are capable of substantial noninfringing (legal) uses.
Some of these examples are in fun, some more serious, but all represent general-purpose technologies that can be used for both infringing and noninfringing purposes.
While predecessor technologies allowing color videotape recording existed as early as 1958, the VCR as a mass market consumer item was not developed until the late 1970s.
www.eff.org /legal/cases/betamax/countdown/index.php   (1534 words)

 Installer-dev Info Page
Developers who are interested in leveraging the power of these technologies can consult one another by subscribing to the Installer Developers Mailing List.
The list is intended for developers who are preparing their software for distribution or maintaining a collection of packages; it is not a discussion list about installation technology or package management in general, but a discussion list about the details of using Apple's Installer software.
This is a hidden list, which means that the list of members is available only to the list administrator.
lists.apple.com /mailman/listinfo/installer-dev   (434 words)

 EFF: Endangered Gizmos!
Its arsenal includes government-backed technology mandates, lawsuits, international treaties, and behind-the-scenes negotiations in seemingly obscure technology standards groups.
The result is a world in which, increasingly, only industry-approved devices and technologies are "allowed" to survive in the marketplace.
Rather than sit back and watch as promising new technologies are picked off one-by-one, EFF has created the Endangered Gizmos List to help identify these threats to fair use and preserve the environment for innovation.
www.eff.org /endangered   (227 words)

 Technology Support - Cisco Systems
Supported technologies and technology families are listed under each category.
Select a category to narrow your search or browse an alphabetical index of technologies.
IP Addressing Services, access lists, NAT, IP Application Services, DNS, Dynamic Address Allocation and Resolution, and others.
www.cisco.com /en/US/tech/index.html   (241 words)

 List of technologies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is the state of knowledge and development at any given time on controlling our surroundings, and includes all tools (utensils, devices, machinery, inventions, and structures), all methods (skills, processes, and techniques), and all applied materials (both raw and manufactured).
The term can be applied generally, or to specific areas, such as in "construction technology", "computer technology", and "medical technology".
Computing technology Index of hardware and software computing related topics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_technologies   (554 words)

 Product List Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Note that individual products in CHP, lighting and pipework insulation areas are not included in the Energy Technology List below, however, contact details of manufacturers within the lighting and pipework insulation categories are included.
Please consult your manufacturer/supplier when trying to identify qualifying products in these areas.  They will tell you if their products/installations meet the necessary criteria as detailed in the Eligibility Criteria section of the website, and provide evidence of this to enable you to make your ECA claim. 
Energy Technology & Control Ltd (formerly Energy Technology) [19 Mar 2002 -> 29 Nov 2002]
www.eca.gov.uk /etl/search.asp?pagecode=0001000200010001   (1590 words)

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