Archive: 20/03/2006

Commerce Secretary Gutierrez Announces New Nanotechnology Center

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez today in Detroit announced the launch of a state-of-the-art center for collaborative nanotechnology research at Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology. Scientists ...

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IPv6: Challenge to Internet freedom?

A China-backed Internet technical standard reportedly might allow the traceability of Internet users, especially those opposing government policies.

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Government accused of rewriting science

A renown U.S. scientist says he is limited by the Bush administration as to who he can talk with and what he can say because of Bush's political strategies.

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Cadence announces recruitment drive

Semiconductor and chip maker Cadence Design Systems' Israel office announced Monday it would make hiring a priority for 2006 by adding 20 percent more jobs.

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McAfee signs cellular anti-virus deal

M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd. and anti-virus giant McAfee signed a partnership agreement on Sunday that will protect the new MegaSIM from viruses.

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ISS crew makes room for their replacements

The International Space Station crew Monday moved their Soyuz craft to another dock to make room for their replacements, due to arrive at the end of March.

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'Quaero' becoming a reality

Nearly a year after its launch, the European multimedia search engine "Quaero" looks more like a high-tech reality than its critics had initially taken to be.

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High bills may put damper on mobile growth

Gone are the days when cell phones are used simply to make phone calls. For any trend-conscious user, having a built-in camera is de rigueur, while an MP3 player combined with the mobile phone is a must-have feature for many. ...

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