Archive: 10/22/2005

Structure relevant to cell growth

Utah researchers found a special type of molecular structure that helps keep genes properly turned off until the structure is ejected.

Oct 22, 2005
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Singapore cracks down on mobile-phone abuse

Tracing calls and going through phone logs to see where and when criminals telephoned is routine work for policemen everywhere is and used as evidence in courts worldwide as well. In recent years, though, police efforts have ...

Oct 22, 2005
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New way to modify sugar molecules is found

A strategy for modifying complex sugar molecules developed by University of Oklahoma scientists reportedly might improve some scientific studies.

Oct 22, 2005
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U.S. telecoms brace for Wilma's arrival

Scores of technicians and linemen are on standby once again in the Gulf Coast region as Hurricane Wilma takes aim on Florida.

Oct 22, 2005
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Open standard called key to U.S. mobile TV

A Texas Instruments executive says open technical standards will make or break the potentially lucrative market in mobile digital television.

Oct 22, 2005
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Businesses look to VoIP solutions

Like the party line and the Telex, the traditional phone network at your office may be next to go, as more firms adopt Voice over Internet Protocol technologies to both expand features and reduce long-term costs.

Oct 22, 2005
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