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  • 1. Technology sets pace
    for global recovery
    Zainab Ahmed Aldabl
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  • 3. Summary
    The article spoke of a company Nokia is seeking to manufacture equipment for mobile phone featuring past and compete with Apple in their systems.Microsoft seeking to develop innovative new system more than its previous 2007 .
    He also touched on to talk about Google and the extent of its profits from advertising spaces that gets a lot of money from them.And finally spoke about chips job of building and maintaining microchip fabrication plants from the task of designing and marketing the chips, appears to have succeeded, at least in creating a profitable AMD chip business. Whether Globalfoundries, the Abu Dhabi-owned manufacturing joint venture, will make money remains to be seen; being privately owned means it has yet to report results.If such growth is a sign of things to come, Abu Dhabi's venture into technology's most complicated industry could become profitable much sooner than expected.
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  • 6. 1-Which companies In recent weeks have reported strong quarterly
    IBM, Google, Microsoft and Intel
    Sony
    lG
  • 7. 2-What is the first signs of improvement since the onset of the economic
    N900
    N97
    N90
  • 8. 3- What is the name of the computer that uses the touch?
    iPhone
    iPad
    np3
  • 9. 4- How many computer users in the next year almost?
    by more than 10 per
    by more than 5 per
    by more than 15 per
  • 10. 5- How is the Google quarterly earnings?
    up by 27 per cent.
    up by 28 per cent.
    up by 29 per cent.
  • 11. Thank you

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