Archive: 10/14/2005

Ichthyosaur bones found off U.K. coast

The snout, teeth, vertebrae and ribcage of a 15-foot reptile that lived off the coast of England 190 million years ago have been found.

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New iPod raises Apple stock, sparks debate

Feedback to Apple Computer Co.'s unveiling of the new iPod continues to flow in, both in reactions and in the market. Apple's stock rose more than 9 percent Thursday, one day after the company announced a host of new pro ...

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Study Shows Silver Nanoparticles Attach to HIV-1 virus

In the first-ever study of metal nanoparticles' interaction with HIV-1, silver nanoparticles of sizes 1-10nm attached to HIV-1 and prevented the virus from bonding to host cells. The study, published in the Journal of Na ...

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NASA Aims for May 2006 Planning Window

Shuttle program managers are now aiming for a planning window of May 2006 for the launch of the next space shuttle mission, STS-121.

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New Satellites Push Technological Boundaries

Have you ever noticed how some things just keep getting smaller and smaller? Take our cell phones or personal computers for example. Just a few years ago it would have been impossible to conveniently tuck ...

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AMD Opens New 300mm Fab 36 In Dresden, Germany

At a ceremony attended by top German government officials and leaders from across the semiconductor industry, AMD today announced the grand opening of its 300 millimeter Fab 36 in Dresden, Germany.

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Wireless World: Industry mum on attacks

Who do most IT professionals call when there has been a breach of security -- an attack by hackers seeking to steal information from mobile phones and personal digital assistants? Is it the FBI or the CIA or the NSA or the ...

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Internet co. rattles Japan's media

The revelation that an Internet startup has become the biggest shareholder in one of Japan's most influential media outlets has delighted investors but is rattling those in the industry.

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Samsung admits chip price-fixing

Samsung has agreed to pay a huge fine after admitting in federal court that it was part of a conspiracy to fix the price of semiconductor chips.

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T-Mobile unveils new Sidekick II models

The DigitalLife tech show in New York kicked off Friday with the debut of two new versions of its Sidekick II wireless communications device.

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