Archive: 14/09/2004

Sony To Begin Mass Production of Full-Color OLED Displays

New Sony Thin Screens for Mobile Devices Realize CRT-Quality Picture Clarity and Color Gamut This month, Sony Corporation will commence mass production of a full-color Organic Light Emitting Diode (hereafter OLED) display, ...

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Nokia Adds SD Card Technologies

To complement flash memory card support in its product portfolio, Nokia today announced that it has applied for membership in the SD Card Association and has signed a licensing agreement for enabling the use of SD memory ...

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Galactic Ballet Captured by Gemini

A stunning image released by the Gemini Observatory captures the graceful interactions of a galactic ballet, on a stage some 300 million light years away. The clarity of the image is thanks, in part, to an instrument built ...

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I, RoboNet - intelligent telescopes survey the violent skies

British astronomers are celebrating a world first that could revolutionise the future of astronomy. They have just begun a project to operate a global network of the world's biggest robotic telescopes, dubbed 'RoboNet-1.0' ...

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Brand New 32-bit RISC Core

Today, Cambridge Consultants launches a novel 32-bit RISC core that brings a new level of code density and power economy to deeply-embedded applications. The XAP3 core is available in Verilog RTL and can be fabricated in ...

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Laboratory Grows World Record Length Carbon Nanotube

University of California scientists working at Los Alamos National Laboratory in collaboration with chemists from Duke University have recently grown a world record-length four-centimeter-long, single-wall carbon nanotube.

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STUDENTS IN SOUTHFIELD EXPERIENCE SPACE IN THE DESERT

NASA's Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team members will talk with students and teachers at Southfield Public Schools, a NASA Explorer School, in Southfield, Mich., during a live one-hour satellite link videoconference ...

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