Archive: 12/1/2005

Nanothermometers for cancer

Thermometers only nanometers or billionths of a meter in diameter could boost the effectiveness of heat- or cold-based anti-cancer therapies and optimize genetic analysis devices and electronics design, experts told UPI's ...

Dec 01, 2005
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A sugar-cube-sized competitor to iPod

It's said that in electronics, smaller is always better. If that's the case, the iPod may have found a challenger for portable music-playing supremacy.

Dec 01, 2005
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Analysis: S. Korea going ubiquitous

South Korea launched the world's first terrestrial mobile TV service on Thursday, marking another major step toward creating a ubiquitous network society.

Dec 01, 2005
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Koreans introduce 'talking' robots

A talking, bartending robot has made its debut in Busan, Korea, serving world delegates with drinks and conversation at the recent APEC forum.

Dec 01, 2005
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Hurricanes: People refused to leave homes

A University of Central Florida survey of emergency managers indicates many people ignore the threat of hurricanes and refuse to leave their homes.

Dec 01, 2005
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