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
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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 ...

Dec 17, 2004
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Newsweek, foresees LG Electronics as the Hottest Player for 2005

Newsweek, in its Dec. 2004-Feb.2005 Special Edition, featured LG Electronics CEO Kim, Ssang Soo (S.S. Kim) as a leader in the Technology Section. Newsweek also noted to keep an eye on LG and its field commander in 2005. The mag ...

Dec 17, 2004
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CALIPSO monitors pulse of Soufriere Hills volcano

A unique monitoring system in place on the island of Montserrat can record the everyday changes beneath the Soufriere Hills volcano and throughout the island, according to an international team of volcanologists.

Dec 17, 2004
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SAMSUNG Launches A Cutting-Edge Wireless Device SGH-p735

Twist, swivel or flip open the new p735 and re-define your wireless multimedia experience. Samsung officially launches the exclusive p735, a cutting-edge wireless device that fully integrates communication ...

Dec 17, 2004
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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 ...

Dec 17, 2004
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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
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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
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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 ...

Dec 17, 2004
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