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June 15th, 2006
'FutureScan' Sessions To Track Mobile Computing and Nanotechnology
The semi-annual DEMO conferences bring together the technology industry's elite observers with the most promising emerging technology innovations for 48 hours of charged discovery and debate. Seventy never-before-seen consumer and enterprise technologies will debut live on stage at September's DEMOfall 06 conference before an audience of powerful investors, pundits, early-adopter consumers, business development executives and journalists, all searching out those technologies that will directly impact our world.
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