Archive: 05/3/2005

Cisco Expands its Integrated Services Router Portfolio

Cisco Systems today announced new wireless-enabled integrated services routers, delivering highly secure concurrent services for broadband access to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), enterprise small offices and teleworkers. ...

May 03, 2005
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The airbag listens too

New airbag sensor recognizes the seriousness of a crash from the noise From 2007, airbags in our cars will start to listen: The automotive supplier Siemens VDO Automotive AG has developed a sensor that monitor ...

May 03, 2005
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Picture this - automatic image categorisation

Creating, storing and transmitting visual images has become increasingly easy. Yet the same problem always arises – how to categorise or classify visual images automatically without using external metadata or image thumbnails? ...

May 03, 2005
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TSMC Unveils Nexsys 65nm Process Technology Plans

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, unveiled its newest semiconductor manufacturing process today at a Technology Symposium attended by over 400 of the industry’s leading IC companies. First wafers are expected ...

May 03, 2005
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Major advance made on DNA structure

Oregon State University researchers have made significant new advances in determining the structure of all possible DNA sequences – a discovery that in one sense takes up where Watson and Crick left off, after outlining i ...

May 03, 2005
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Motion Picture Ratings Fail to Distinguish Violent Content

What do the family film "The Jungle Book" and the action thriller "True Lies" have in common? Both contain similar amounts of violence despite respective PG and R ratings. A new study led by researchers at the UCLA School of ...

May 03, 2005
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Gamma rays from thunderstorms?

Duke University engineers have led the most detailed analyses of links between some lightning events and mysterious gamma ray emissions that emanate from earth's own atmosphere. Their study suggests that this gamma radiation ...

May 03, 2005
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Quantum Disappearance of a Bose-Einstein Condensate

As the coldest form of matter known to exist, atomic Bose-Einstein condensates are unique forms of matter where the constituent atoms lose their individual identities, becoming absorbed into the cloud as a whole. Effectiv ...

May 03, 2005
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