Archive: 04/23/2007

How much nitrogen is too much for corn?

North Carolina State researchers recently discovered a test that quickly predicts nitrogen levels in the humid soil conditions of the southeastern United States. These scientists report that the Illinois Soil Nitrogen Test ...

Apr 23, 2007
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Everything starts with recognition

A human body has more than 10 to the power of 27 molecules with about one hundred thousand different shapes and functions. Interactions between molecules determine our structure and keep us alive. Researchers ...

Apr 23, 2007
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Batelco, PCCW and Verizon Get Saudi Fixed-Line Okay

Consortia led by Bahrain Telecommunications Co., Hong Kong's PCCW and U.S. Verizon Communications have won initial approval to operate Saudi Arabia's new fixed-line phone network, a Saudi regulator said on Saturday.

Apr 23, 2007
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ShoreTel Adds More VOIP Options for SMBs

IP PBX provider ShoreTel on April 23 will launch a mixed bag of IP Telephony enhancements designed to make end users more productive and organizations more efficient, and to reduce the total cost of ownership of ShoreTel ...

Apr 23, 2007
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NEC Looks to Build a 'Virtual' Client Network

The company is offering a new management package called Virtual PC Center, which will combine thin client PCs, servers, a software suite and virtualization technology from VMware.

Apr 23, 2007
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No News Is Big News for Sana Security

Sana Security today announced version 2.2 of the Primary Response SafeConnect anti-malware utility, which works exactly the same in Vista as in Windows XP.

Apr 23, 2007
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IBM brings MRI technology to the nanoscale

IBM today announced that researchers at its Almaden Research Center have demonstrated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques to visualize nanoscale objects. This technique brings MRI capability to the ...

Apr 23, 2007
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A steady, high-fat diet is bad, but the news gets worse

So much for the adage, ‘All things in moderation.’ Researchers at the University of Calgary have found that people who consume a single, high-fat meal are more prone to suffer the physical consequences of stress than ...

Apr 23, 2007
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WiFi could be health risk at schools

British health officials want an investigation into possible hazards of wireless communication, which is increasingly being used in British schools.

Apr 23, 2007
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