Archive: 04/17/2006

In Brief: Digi offers new 3G router

Digi International Monday unveiled the telecom industry's first upgradeable commercial-grade 3G wireless area network (WAN) router.

Apr 17, 2006
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Study: La Niña might create severe weather

U.S. scientists say La Niña-controlled weather patterns have the potential to produce more severe storms, as those recently seen in the Midwest and South.

Apr 17, 2006
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Purdue scientists fly high to test plants

Purdue University agriculture researchers will fly aboard a NASA aircraft known as the "vomit comet" this week to study how plants detect gravity.

Apr 17, 2006
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Temperatures, Not Hotels, Likely Alter Niagara Falls' Mist

What's up with the mist? When the Niagara Parks Commission posed that question back in 2004, the concern was that high-rise hotels on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls were contributing to the creation of ...

Apr 17, 2006
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Early Mars Environment

University of Arkansas researcher studying the thermodynamics of the oldest present-day clays on Mars found a surprising result in his calculations. Although evidence suggests that liquid water once flowed ...

Apr 17, 2006
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New and Improved Antimatter Spaceship for Mars Missions

Most self-respecting starships in science fiction stories use antimatter as fuel for a good reason – it’s the most potent fuel known. While tons of chemical fuel are needed to propel a human mission to ...

Apr 17, 2006
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GigaBeam wireless links used in NYC net

A Telkonet subsidiary has purchased five wireless fiber links from GigaBeam that will provide "quadruple play" broadband service in New York City.

Apr 17, 2006
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Realnetworks beats infringement suit

Digital media services company RealNetworks Inc. announced Friday it has won a patent infringement suit brought against them by Ethos Technologies Inc.

Apr 17, 2006
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