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February 28, 1990 | DATAQUEST, DATAQUEST is a market-intelligence firm based in San Jose.
Several innovations are occuring in the fax industry for both the business person and the general consumer. For example, the use of color for business documents has already taken place in computers and copy machines, and it seems the fax industry will be no exception. Color faxes will reach the market as soon as engineers overcome the technological challenge of image compression at a workable cost.
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February 28, 1990 | DATAQUEST, DATAQUEST is a market-intelligence firm based in San Jose.
Several innovations are occuring in the fax industry for both the business person and the general consumer. For example, the use of color for business documents has already taken place in computers and copy machines, and it seems the fax industry will be no exception. Color faxes will reach the market as soon as engineers overcome the technological challenge of image compression at a workable cost.
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May 4, 1987 | ERNEST CONINE, Ernest Conine is a Times editorial writer
President Reagan found himself juggling two balls last week: arms-control negotiations with the Soviet Union and the question of how to resolve U.S.-Japanese trade frictions. Logically, progress on the one should facilitate progress on the other. Unfortunately, things may not work out that way. Take first the trade problem. Foreign manufacturers, paced by the Japanese, have been beating our brains out both here and in world markets.
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