Archive: 11/30/2005

The Web: Supreme Court tackles 'trolls'

The U.S. Supreme Court's decision this week to review a lower-court decision involving eBay and an injunction for patent infringement revives the patent agenda pushed earlier this year by the software industry, a reform program ...

Nov 30, 2005
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New Firefox 1.5 Net browser released

The latest version of the Firefox Internet browser was released by Mozilla to an anxious techie audience late Tuesday.

Nov 30, 2005
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Mars has a big watery past

Substantial quantities of liquid water must have been stably present in the early history of Mars. The findings of OMEGA, on board ESA's Mars Express, have implications on the climatic history of the planet ...

Nov 30, 2005
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Astronomers Find Neptune-Mass Planet Around Small Star

A team of French and Swiss astronomers have discovered one of the lightest exoplanets ever found using the HARPS instrument on ESO's 3.6-m telescope at La Silla (Chile). The new planet orbits a star belonging ...

Nov 30, 2005
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Khrunichev Space Center Head Dismissed

Alexander Medvedev, the director-general of the Khrunichev Space Center has been dismissed, the center said in a news release Monday, reports RIA Novosti.

Nov 30, 2005
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Restructured NASA advisory council meets

Two former Apollo astronauts joined 22 other experts Tuesday during the first meeting of the newly restructured NASA Advisory Council.

Nov 30, 2005
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Brain scans used to predict behavior

Washington University scientists in St. Louis say they can predict whether people will win or lose a brief visual game by analyzing their brain scans.

Nov 30, 2005
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