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January 20th, 2006

Calif. tech sector sees signs of comeback

Only recently left for dead on the global battlefield, the San Francisco Bay Area's tech sector appears to have returned fully armed for the combat of the future. A relentless appetite for consumer electronics gear and services, coupled with the merging of software with both biotech and nanotech products, is at the heart of the new optimism.


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