Archive: 02/09/2004

First Portable Media Center with 3.8-Inch Color Screen

Creative , a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products for PC users, today announced that the Zen Portable Media Center is now available. As the top-of-the-line player in the award-winning Creative Zen family, the ...

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New Internet2 Land-Speed Record: 6.63 Gigabits per Second

Scientists at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), along with colleagues at AMD, Cisco, Microsoft Research, Newisys, and S2io have set a new Internet2 ...

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Serpentine locks up Carbon Dioxide

A common mineral can remove carbon dioxide from combustion gases, but in its natural state, it is glacially slow. Now, a team of Penn State researchers is changing serpentine so that it sequesters the carbon dioxide from ...

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New Mini MP3 Player with 5GB 1-inch Seagate Hard Drive

Seagate Technology and Creative Technology Ltd today announced that Creative's first mini MP3 player, MuVo2 FM 5GB, comes equipped with Seagate's new 5 GB, 1-inch ST1 Series hard drive with RunOn Technology. It is the first ...

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NEC Realizes Control of Position & Diameter of Carbon Nanotube

Technology that contributes to electronic devices utilizing carbon nanotubes NEC Corporation today announced the development of a diameter/position-controlled carbon nanotube ("CNT") growth technique that is based on conventional ...

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World's Highest-capacity Smart Card IC

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a leader in advanced s emiconductor technology, completes a full line up of high performance, high-capacity smart card technology with the introduction of the world's first 256-kilobyte (KB) ...

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Superior color sense of women

Stereotypes about the superior color sense of women may well be rooted in genetics. Brian Verrelli, a researcher at the Biodesign Institute at ASU, is co-collaborator on a study suggesting that natural genetic selection has ...

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