Archive: 12/17/2004

DNA For Information Processing and Data Storage

The DNA molecule--nature's premier data storage material--may hold the key for the information technology industry as it faces demands for more compact data processing and storage circuitry. A team led by Richard Kiehl, a ...

Dec 17, 2004 3.5 / 5 (11) 0

NTT DoCoMo Achieves 1Gbps Packet Transmission in 4G

According to JCN Network, NTT DoCoMo announced December 17 that it succeeded in achieving 1Gbps in downlink packet data transmission in a laboratory experiment using forth-generation (4G) mobile communication radio access ...

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Emory chemists reveal challenge to reaction theory

For nearly 75 years, transition-state theory has guided chemists in how they view the way chemical reactions proceed. Recent research by Emory University chemists is challenging the long-held theory, showing that in some ...

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ZigBee Specification Is Ratified

The ZigBee Alliance has ratified the first ZigBee™ specification making the development and deployment of extremely power efficient, cost effective, low data rate monitoring, control and sensing networks a reality. This o ...

Dec 17, 2004 2.3 / 5 (3) 0

Linux To Be the Fasted Growing Server OS

The Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a global consortium dedicated to accelerating the adoption of Linux® in the enterprise, today announced the completion of a global Linux market share and forecast study conducted ...

Dec 17, 2004 5 / 5 (1) 0

Saturn's outer rings could be disappearing

A massive eruption of atomic oxygen from Saturn's outer rings, seen by Cassini's ultraviolet camera as the spacecraft neared its destination, may be an indication that the planet's wispy E ring is eroding so fast that it ...

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