Archive: 01/5/2005

Seagate Set to Ship 5GB CF Photo Hard Drive for Digital Cameras

Seagate, the world's number-one consumer electronics hard drive designer, announced today at CES that the Seagate CompactFlash Photo Hard Drive, with a massive 5GB capacity, begins shipping next month into retail stores across ...

Jan 05, 2005
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The Dynamo in the Cornfield

To understand our planet's magnetic field, Wisconsin scientists are studying a ball of molten metal In an underground bunker that brushes up against a barnyard on one side and a cornfield on the other, scienti ...

Jan 05, 2005
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Most Powerful Eruption in the Universe Discovered

Astronomers have found the most powerful eruption in the universe using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. A super massive black hole generated this eruption by growing at a remarkable rate. This discovery ...

Jan 05, 2005
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Novel Zigzag Shape Gives Sensors Magnetic Appeal

Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have designed tiny magnetic sensors in a "zigzag" shape that are simpler in design and likely will be cheaper to make than conventional ...

Jan 05, 2005
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HP Unveils Next Phase of its Digital Entertainment Strategy

Company announces industry's first HDTV media hub, next-generation HP Digital Entertainment Centers, and a full line of new TVs and projectors In advance of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, HP today kicke ...

Jan 05, 2005
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Power line data transmission capacity: Bigger than DSL or cable

Penn State engineers have developed a new model for high-speed broadband transmissions over U.S. overhead electric power lines and estimate that, at full data rate handling capacity, the lines can provide bit rates that far ...

Jan 05, 2005
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