Archive: 11/19/2007

Dell unveils XPS One system

Dell today unveiled the Dell XPS One – an all–in-one premium consumer electronics system. The elegant, simple and space-saving XPS One effortlessly combines multimedia computing with high style, high-definition ...

Nov 19, 2007
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Eating disorders in adolescents

Eating disorders in the U.S. among ethnic groups were thought to be rare, but recent studies have shown that many cultures are now exposed to the thin beauty ideal. As a result, experts expect to see an increase in eating ...

Nov 19, 2007
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Atmospheric measuring device for understanding smog formation

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have developed a new tool for quantitatively measuring elusive atmospheric chemicals that play a key role in the formation of photochemical smog. ...

Nov 19, 2007
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Pedometers motivate people with diabetes to walk more

The use of a pedometer and a Web site that tracked physical activity levels proved to be powerful motivators for people with diabetes who participated in a recent walking study conducted by researchers from the University ...

Nov 19, 2007
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How do we make sense of what we see?

M.C. Escher’s ambiguous drawings transfix us: Are those black birds flying against a white sky or white birds soaring out of a black sky? Which side is up on those crazy staircases?

Nov 19, 2007
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KDDI, The Ubiquitous Provider Provides More

KDDI Corporation is focused on total customer service. Currently, DVD quality film may be purchased by broadband subscribers. In the R&D division, KDDI is poised to offer the first Quad HD download over the ...

Nov 19, 2007 weblog
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