Archive: 25/07/2005

Motorola introduces mobile sunglasses

Motorola and Oakley announced Monday the expected availability of RAZRWIRE Bluetooth eyewear in early August at Cingular Wireless retail stores and online.

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Ocean spray lubricates hurricane winds

Hurricane Emily's 140-mile-per-hour winds, which last week blew roofs off hotels and flattened trees throughout the Caribbean, owed their force to an unlikely culprit - ocean spray. According to a new study by two University ...

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Intel To Build New 300 mm Wafer Factory In Arizona

Intel Corporation today announced plans to build a new 300-mm wafer fabrication facility at its site in Chandler, Ariz. The new factory, designated Fab 32, will begin production of leading-edge microprocessors in the second ...

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HP Introduces New High-capacity, Low-cost Disk Drives

HP introduced two Fibre Attached Technology Adapted (FATA) disk drives that better enable information delivery according to its business relevance. The new FATA disk drives for the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array ...

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Melting glacier worries scientists

Scientists monitoring a Greenland glacier have found it is moving into the sea three times faster than a decade ago, The Independent reported Monday.

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Red Deer Confirms Global Warming

The red deer is recorded in the Red Book of Sakha Republic (Yakutia) as a species inhabiting only South Yakutia. However, Valentina Stepanova, specialist of the Institute of Biological Problems of Cryolitozone, Siberian Branch, ...

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Study: Cats cannot taste sweets

United States and British researchers announced Monday they have found a defective gene that makes it impossible for cats to taste sugar or other sweets.

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Analysis: Google nudging changes in China

The announcement last week that Google, the world's premier search engine, had chosen Beijing as the location for its eighth research and development center marks an important transformation from the virtual to real world ...

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