Archive: 06/01/2005

Samsung to Launch the World's First MIMO Notebook

Airgo Networks, Inc., pioneer and world leader of Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology, the foundation for next generation Wi-Fi, today announced that Samsung will ship the world's first laptops with embedded ...

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Freescale, University of Florida advance Moore's law

Industry’s first double-gate transistor model enables smaller, more powerful silicon products that use less energy Freescale Semiconductor and the University of Florida have created the industry's first double-gate tra ...

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Texas Tech wins Sandia MEMS design contest

Students from Texas Tech University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department have won this year’s annual MEMS (micro-electromechanical system) design competition sponsored by Sandia National ...

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Ancient floods on Mars

These images, taken by the High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) aboard ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft, show a large depression called Iani Chaos and the upper reaches of a large outflow channel called ...

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IBM Intros Breakthrough Server Based on X3 Architecture

IBM is extending its eServer X3 Architecture-based family of servers with the introduction today of the IBM eServer xSeries 460, designed for highly scalable, always-on environments. The x460 entry configuration starts as ...

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Old hard drives still tell your secrets

In revising the O&O Study, 'Data Data Everywhere,' 200 used hard disks were purchased on eBay and scanned for existing data. On more than 70% of this used storage media O&O discovered some sort of personal ...

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New concept for single molecule transistor

Molecular electronics – using molecules in the construction of electronic circuitry – just took a significant step closer to reality. Principal investigator Dr. Robert Wolkow, postdoctoral fellow ...

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Where life's memories are stored

By studying in detail the ability of patients with selective brain damage to recall events in their past, researchers, led by Larry R. Squire of the University of California San Diego and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, ...

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