Archive: 05/10/2004

First-Ever Mobile Music Store from AT&T

Service Turns the Mobile Phone Into a 'Remote Control' for PC Downloads Of Digital Music Tracks Building on the success of the company's Music ID service, AT&T Wireless today announced the premier of the mMode Music Store, ...

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iRobot: New Way of Cleaning with Roomba Red Robotic Floorvacs

"Look Ma, no hands!" vacuum detects dirt, self-navigates and recharges quickly iRobot, creator of Roomba(R), the first affordable robotic vacuum, announced today that its new Roomba Red robotic floorvac is now available ...

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SAP, Infineon Ease Integration of RFID Hardware and Software

SAP AG and Infineon Technologies AG today announced a new radio frequency identification (RFID) offering to meet companies’ needs to connect and manage RFID hardware and software from multiple vendors. Based on the SAP ...

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Plug 'n play in home networks

Today, music, images and videos are usually stored in digital form. But each medium needs its own playback device. In a networked home, different types of media can be smoothly interchanged and played back thanks to the UPnP ...

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New Stanford center probes nanoscale material

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $7.5 million over five years to establish the Center for Probing the Nanoscale (CPN) at Stanford. Kathryn Moler, associate professor of applied physics and of physics, and ...

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