Archive: 07/29/2004

What is the Next Big Technology After the Internet?

The Internet as we know it may soon be out of date but Europe will be playing a vital role in setting the standards for future communication, thanks to a ˆ1.45 million project funded by the Information Society Technology ...

Jul 29, 2004
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Scientists Explain Mysterious Plasma Jets On The Sun

Scientists at the University of Sheffield and Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab have solved a 127-year-old problem about the origin of supersonic plasma jets (spicules) which continuously shoot up fro ...

Jul 29, 2004
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A Brand New 1.25 grams Microcar

The basque technological centre TEKNIKER has developed a brand new microcar to test all its capabilities in the micromanufacture. It is driven by an electric motor, the smallest in the market with an extern ...

Jul 29, 2004
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CyberLink provides HDTV technology for ATI Technologies

CyberLink Corp., a world leader and pioneer in providing integrated solutions for the Digital Home, announced today their cooperation with ATI to provide HDTV decoding and playback technology for the ATI MULTIMEDIA CENTER sof ...

Jul 29, 2004
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Siemens to Migrate 110,000 UK Government Users to IP Telephony

Siemens Information and Communication Networks (ICN) will supply the enterprise infrastructure to transform one of Europe's largest privately managed networks to support IP telephony. Siemens' contract, awarded by Global Crossin ...

Jul 29, 2004
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Software with X- Factor

Cambridge Consultants launches xIDE - a generic Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that can be customized for embedded system and semiconductor companies to create software development kits for ASSP, structured ...

Jul 29, 2004
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