Archive: 19/08/2005

Chondrules younger than thought

A University of Toronto scientist has found unexpectedly "young" material in meteorites, a discovery that breaks open current theory the early solar system.

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Mobile gaming doubles

According to Ziff Davis Media's annual "Digital Gaming in America" survey, cell-phone gaming continued its meteoric rise in 2005.

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SAMSUNG Unveils Symbian-based Smartphones in Europe

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of the company's first Symbian OS-based smartphones (model: SGH-D720 / SGH-D730) for the European market. This marks Samsung's full-fledged entry into the European smartphone market. ...

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Smithsonian scientists accused of ID smear

A government agency has accused scientists at Washington's Smithsonian Institution of smearing a biologist who published a paper on intelligent design.

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New uses for Blackberrrys, PDAs soon

Phil Hammond carries a PalmOne Treo personal digital assistant with him almost all the time. "It's like carrying my office in my pocket -- I can get my e-mail, my contact list, my notes, even my combination to my locker at ...

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Kids walking to, from school are healthier

Children who walk to school have higher overall daily physical activity levels compared with those who travel by car, bus or train, a British study says.

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