Archive: 06/27/2005

Intel Completes 64-Bit Transition

With the introduction today of the Intel Celeron D processor 351, Intel Corporation now has Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T), or 64-bit memory addressability, available throughout its entire ...

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A hot source of energy

Stacks of ceramic plates are capable of transforming fuels like natural gas into electricity using an electrochemical process. High-temperature fuel cells are ideal for use in power supply systems for buildings ...

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AMD Unveils Athlon 64 FX-57 Processor for 3D Games

As part of an ongoing effort to deliver the industry’s highest-performing PC technology, AMD today announced the immediate availability of the AMD Athlon 64 FX-57 processor, the world’s ultimate PC processor ...

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Hubble captures outburst from Tempel 1 comet

The images are a reminder that Tempel 1's icy nucleus, roughly the size of central Paris, is dynamic and volatile. Astronomers hope the eruption of dust seen in these observations is a preview of the fireworks ...

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Dell Introduces Switches With Advanced Security, Power

PowerConnect 3400 Series Delivers Cost-Effective Platform for High-Performance Workgroup Connectivity Dell today announced a new series of high-performance PowerConnectTM switches with advanced security capabilities and ente ...

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Fusion site expected to go to France

International bickering over the site of a $12 billion international nuclear fusion research center is expected to end with France winning as host country. ...

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