Huawei Australia has appointed Paul Jowett as Huawei Consumer Business Group's director of marketing.
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Undaunted by US attempts at besmirching its reputation, Kaspersky Lab is embarking on a talent discovery programme to find the next generation of cyber security specialists worldwide.
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Servient, a leader in e-discovery technology who's Predictive Review process combines advanced machine learning with attorney review, has announced that William O. Schieffelin and Michael R. Manzo have joined the company as senior electronic discovery consultants.
NASA announced on July 1, 2010, that it has confirmed the launch dates of STS-133 and STS-134. The space shuttle program is officially active through the end of February 2011.
The crew of the NASA STS-131 mission has landed its space shuttle Discovery successfully and safety at the Kennedy Space Center, with the STS-132 crew preparing its mission of the space shuttle Atlantic, which already sits on its KSC launch pad 39A.
It has just been announced, as of approximately 9:15 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on April 19, 2010, that the STS-131 mission will be forced to stay up in space for one more day due to bad weather.
Space shuttle Discovery and its seven-member NASA crew are expected to land back on Earth on Monday, April 19, after a 14-day mission to the International Space Station. Their voyage home is not expected to be delayed due to the volcanic dust in the air, only by likely rainy weather.
If you are lucky enough to be in Florida to see the STS-131 launch on April, 5, 2010, you will also be able to see the International Space Station fly over just before the space shuttle Discovery lifts off. And, the Moon will be in the picture, too!
The countdown for the space shuttle Discovery and its STS-131 crew began at 3 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time at the Kennedy Space Center for its April 5, 2010 launch to the International Space Station.
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