Archive: 01/02/2006

Robot Cameras in the Wild

Almost every night, cars are broken into in Yosemite National Park. It's classic smash-and-dash. Windows are shattered and goods stolen. It's not a human crime ring though. The thieves are black bears and they're ...

Jan 02, 2006
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Networking: Convergence comes to China

A number of converged network communications projects are expected to move forward in China this year -- with wired and wireless elements -- spanning from Shanghai to Beijing, experts tell United Press International's Networking. ...

Jan 02, 2006
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India balks at further telecom fee cuts

The Indian government has rejected a proposal to cut telecom licensing and spectrum fees rather than face continuing revenue losses.

Jan 02, 2006
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Pluto probe to be launched in 2 weeks

NASA's unmanned first flight to Pluto is set for launch on Jan. 17 and if all goes well will be back with a load of scientific goodies in July of 2015.

Jan 02, 2006
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CES comes to Vegas

From Jan. 5 to Jan. 8, Las Vegas is going to be flooded with electronic geeks and gear heads from around the world as they prepare to host one of the largest conventions in the world, The Consumer Electronic ...

Jan 02, 2006
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Kodak Unveils World’s First Dual-Lens Digital Camera

Ultra-Wide Angle and Zoom Lenses in Compact Body Kicking off this week’s 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Eastman Kodak Company today introduced the world’s first dual-lens digital sti ...

Jan 02, 2006
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MIT team analyzes wind energy potential in Northeast

There's more to determining the value of wind power than knowing which way the wind blows -- or even how hard. MIT researchers studying winds off the Northeast coast have found that estimating the potential ...

Jan 02, 2006
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Research tracks whales by listening to sounds

Researchers have developed a new tool to help them study endangered whales – autonomous hydrophones that can be deployed in the ocean to record the unique clicks, pulses and calls of different whale species. ...

Jan 02, 2006
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Quick Nanocontainer Construction

Nanoscale containers are in high demand because of their ability to enclose molecules. They can, for example, be used as molecular reaction chambers for controlled chemical reactions or as transporters and storage containers ...

Jan 02, 2006
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Night eating linked to psychiatric patient

Night eating syndrome is a common disorder among psychiatric outpatients that is associated with substance use and obesity, says a U.S. study.

Jan 02, 2006
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