Archive: 09/8/2004

Mars may have had large sea near NASA rover landing site

Spacecraft observations of the landing area for one of NASA's two Mars rovers now indicate there likely was an enormous sea or lake covering the region in the past, according to a new University of Colorado at B ...

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Gambling on Gravitational Waves

At the Institute of Physics conference Photon 04 today, Professor Jim Hough, one of the UK's leading scientists, revealed that he thinks high street bookmakers are crazy to be offering odds of 100-1 on whether Gravitational ...

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Yale scientists bring quantum optics to a microchip

A report in the journal Nature describes the first experiment in which a single photon is coherently coupled to a single superconducting qubit (quantum bit or "artificial atom"). This represents a new paradigm in which ...

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SAMSUNG Electronics Unveils the First Mobile Phone with Hard Drive

- A tiny 1.5GB hard drive in the phone greatly expands memory capacity. - The phone is also equipped with a 2.2” QVGA LCD and mega-pixel camera. Samsung Electronics unveiled the first-ever mobile phone (model: SPH-V5400) with an internal hard ...

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Nokia introduces the smartest smartphone

Nokia, the world leader in mobile communications, today announced the Nokia 9300, a new high-end smartphone with both beauty and brains. With outstanding voice and data capabilities, the Nokia 9300 provides the best all-in-one device for users, reg ...

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Hitachi Announced High-End TagmaStore™ Storage Platform

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., today announced its new Hitachi TagmaStore™ Universal Storage Platform, a combination of revolutionary advances in hardware and software that ...

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Intel Discloses WiMAX Silicon Plans

Intel Corporation today disclosed key technical details of its upcoming wireless broadband chip for WiMAX products, which will enable long-distance, high-speed wireless Internet access for homes and businesses. ...

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