Archive: 08/6/2004

TI INTRODUCES INDUSTRY'S FIRST 3.3 V SUPPLY PECL/TTL TRANSLATORS

Low-Voltage Devices Among Seven New PECL Products Replacing Discontinued Agere Devices Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today introduced seven pseudo emitter-coupled logic (PECL) and translator/transistor logic (TTL) d ...

Aug 06, 2004
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NASA Extends TRMM Operations Through 2004 Hurricane Season

NASA will extend operation of the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) through the end of 2004, in light of a recent request from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The extension, to be und ...

Aug 06, 2004
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Computers alone won't create knowledge economy

The "build it and they will come" approach to economic development won't create the next Silicon Valley, Penn State researchers say. "Some people have the naive view that if a region gets fiber optic cables, computers and a ...

Aug 06, 2004
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T-Mobile Sidekick II

Building on Success of first SidekickTM, Marquee Device Features Slimmer Design, Integrated Camera and Built-In Speakerphone, Some of the Many Upgraded Features Some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment will be ...

Aug 06, 2004
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Two Mars Rovers Advenrure: No Lakes Found So Far

The new reports state that, in its first three months, Spirit found no evidence of lake-related (lacustrine) deposits. "Any lacustrine sediments that may exist at this location within Gusev apparently have b ...

Aug 06, 2004
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New Method for Earthquakes Prediction

Scientists at Stockholm University in Sweden may have developed a new method for predicting earthquakes with the help of geochemistry. The method involves metering the content of certain metals in underground water, which change ...

Aug 06, 2004
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