Archive: 15/04/2005

First Wacom Wireless Pen Tablet For Photo Enthusiasts

Wacom Technology today announced the newest member of its Graphire pen tablet family and the first Wacom pen tablet to incorporate Bluetooth wireless technology. The new model, named Graphire Bluetooth, is expected to be ...

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UC Berkeley-USC project to study 'digital kids'

A University of California, Berkeley, professor is spearheading a team just awarded $3.3 million to study "digital kids." "It will be exciting to investigate kids' innovative knowledge cultures, and how they learn using digital ...

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Efficient Particulate Filter Cuts Truck and Car Emissions

New filters from the Siemens company Emitec remove as much as 80 percent of particulates from the exhaust gases produced by trucks. This represents a significant reduction of the pollutant emissions from this source. In addition ...

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NASA Puts Space Shuttle External Tank to the Test

NASA engineers and managers are evaluating the data from today's Space Shuttle Discovery External Tank (ET) tanking test at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Fla. The tanking test was yet another milestone in NASA's efforts to ...

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Virtual Voices

Wearable Captioning System to Make Public Venues Accessible to People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, the voices of actors, teachers, sports announcers and clergy are often silenced. With ...

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Signatures of the first stars

A primitive star with extremely low iron content has been discovered by an international research team from Sweden, Japan, Germany, USA, Australia and Great Britain. This indicates the original composition of the gas from ...

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