Archive: 22/02/2005

New Technology to Use Human Body As Digital Transmission Path

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) is pursuing research and development of an innovative Human Area Networking technology called RedTacton (*1) that safely turns the surface of the human body into a data transmission ...

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Experts to measure world's highest peak

China will once again measure the height of Mount Qomolangma, the world's highest peak, said the State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping (SBSM) on Jan.17. Approved by the State Council, the SBSM will dispatch a special team ...

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Slimming cure for digital videos

The future, high-speed DSL lines will no longer be the sole preserve of computer users. The TV set will also become a multimedia device, capable of downloading videos for instant viewing via telephone cables. Up until now ...

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IBM Delivers Unparalleled Technology to Intel-Server Segment

IBM introduced the eServer X3 architecture, the culmination of a three year, one hundred-million-dollar development effort, to bring mainframe-inspired capabilities and sophisticated high-end technology to the company's next-generation ...

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Modern computers to uncover secrets of Duke’s ancient mosses

It’s ironic. The 230,000 specimens of bryophytes -- mosses and their cousins-- in the Duke Herbarium’s massive collection may have evolved some 500 million years ago. But not until 21st-century computer technology will ...

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