Archive: 08/25/2004

Fujifilm Introduces DVD 1X-16X Media with New, Proprietary Dye

Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc. today announced that the Fujifilm DVD+R 1X-16X optical media would be available in the U.S. market in September. The media is among the industry's first optical technologies to offer a disc capable ...

Aug 25, 2004
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What actually influences air pollution over the Indian Ocean?

Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry detect substantial pollution of the atmosphere during periods between summer or winter monsoons Using a combination of satellite observations and computer modelling, r ...

Aug 25, 2004
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$411,000 grant to fund robot-replacing technology

Florida Institute of Technology and Univeristy of Dayton collaborate on grant The tables are being turned on robots. Once feared to be stealing jobs from people, now robots will have jobs taken from them. A project of Flor ...

Aug 25, 2004
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Internal Beagle 2 Failure Investigation

The European Space Agency's Mars Express spacecraft dropped the tiny, 30-kilogram Beagle 2 lander onto the Martian surface on December 25, 2003. Beagle 2 carried a powerful suite of instruments that it would ...

Aug 25, 2004
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2GB High-Speed Sony Memory Stick Pro

Entire Line-up Offers Reliable Performance Under Wider Temperature Range Sony Electronics is providing Memory Stick PRO™ media users with an expanded range of enhanced media that not only offers higher capa ...

Aug 25, 2004
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Intel Funds WiMax Development to Replace WiFi

Speakeasy, a national independent broadband services provider, has received a strategic investment from the Intel Communications Fund, managed by Intel Capital. Speakeasy will use the capital to help expand network endeavors rel ...

Aug 25, 2004
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Molecular assemblies created to convert water to hydrogen gas

Wonder where the fuel will come from for tomorrow's hydrogen-powered vehicles? Virginia Tech researchers are developing catalysts that will convert water to hydrogen gas. The research will be presented at the 228th Americ ...

Aug 25, 2004
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Semiconductor Market Grow 27 Percent in 2004

Worldwide semiconductor revenue is forecast to reach $226 billion in 2004, a 27.4 percent increase from 2003 revenue, according to the latest quarterly update by Gartner, Inc. While the market will experience strong growth ...

Aug 25, 2004
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