Archive: 19/07/2005

Is Ningbo Bird's goose cooked?

Ningbo Bird, China's top domestic mobile handset seller, is one of several firms facing intensified competition as the stakes have been raised in the country's high-tech market. China is the largest mobile phone market in ...

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Liverpool scientists to develop space robots with NASA

Scientists from the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (RIACS) at NASA and the University of Liverpool are working together to develop robotic systems used in space that will reduce the need for human space ...

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Autonomous undersea robot developed

University of Hawaii scientists say they are close to completing the nation's first autonomous robotic vehicle for deep-ocean work.

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First RFID system with UHF technology successfully in operation

Cinram, leader vendor of pre-recorded CDs and DVDs, and Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D) have jointly implemented an RFID (radio frequency identification) solution in the UHF (ultra high frequency) range. To optimize supply ...

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Leading position reinforced for 3rd generation mobile networks

In their latest study, the market researchers at the MultiMedia Research Institute affirm Siemens/NEC's No. 1 market position in the field of 3G/WCDMA: over 30 percent of 3G base stations (Node Bs) used commercially worldwide ...

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Students Steer a Blimp to Test Near Space Military Technology

Helium-Filled Airship Allows Tryout for Guidance, Navigation and Control System Using a 17-foot-long helium-filled blimp, four propellers and sophisticated electronics, three Johns Hopkins undergraduates have built a model ...

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R&D 100 Award for Developing a Novel Radiation Detector

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, Kansas State University and Yinnel Tech, Inc., of South Bend, Indiana, have won a 2005 R&D 100 Award for developing a highly efficient, low-cost radiation ...

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Space shuttle problem still unresolved

NASA officials Tuesday said they had not determined the cause of a fuel tank sensor problem that aborted the launch of the space shuttle Discovery.

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