Archive: 10/4/2004

SiGen Granted Key Strained-Silicon Substrate Patent

Silicon Genesis Corporation (SiGen) announced today that it has received a key patent in the area of fabricating strained silicon and silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrates using a layer transfer process used in next-generation high-speed and low- ...

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AutoCell Accelerates Wireless LAN Performance up to Four Times

Propagate Networks, Inc. announced that The Tolly Group's test report released today validates the impact Propagate's AutoCell product has on improving the operations of Wireless LAN (WLAN) networks. AutoCell is Propagate's embedded cognitive radio firmwar ...

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Arctic sea ice declines again in 2004

Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder have found that the extent of Arctic sea ice, the floating mass of ice that covers the Arctic Ocean, is continuing its rapid decline. The latest satellite inf ...

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Adaptive Refinement Promises Faster Rendering on Graphics Chips

Rendering realistic, computer-generated scenes can be a time-consuming exercise even on the most powerful computers. But computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a technique that accelerates ...

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Virtual display for cars could reduce accidents

Many accidents, especially at night, are caused by motorists having to take their eye off the road as they look down to see the car instruments. Head-up displays would be a solution, were they not so expensive and bulky. OEDIBUS has ...

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Tungsten T5: Industry's First 256MB Storage Handheld

Nearly doubling the industry's current handheld storage maximum, palmOne, Inc. today introduced the Tungsten(TM) T5 handheld with 256MB of flash memory. The Tungsten T5 gives productivity-minded mobile professionals th ...

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Protecting our planet's ozone layer

Monitoring our planet's atmosphere has become an international priority. As successive world summits have stressed, our future on Earth could depend on safeguarding our environment. EuroNews 'Space' magazine ...

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