Taiwan makers showcase computers at Computex
Taiwan's struggling PC makers are unveiling a new generation of ultra-thin laptops at the world's second-biggest computer show this week, even as they tap into the ever-expanding tablet market to help compensate ...
Intel's Haswell to extend battery life, set for Taipei launch
The honey and the ivy: Why gardeners' foe is the bees' friend
Ivy, often maligned as a garden pest, is vital to honey bees and other pollinators seeking food in autumn, new research from the University of Sussex reveals.
Intel's new Ivy Bridge parts form a budget line
Spanish scientists design a revolutionary data storage device
University of Granada researchers have developed a revolutionary data storage device in collaboration with the CEA-LETI lab at Grenoble (France), an institution of the Campus of International Excellence CEI ...
Intel's Next Unit of Computing models prepare for landing
Intel: Ultrabooks will be thin and light but heavy in innovation
Intel will highlight next-gen Haswell processors at next week's IDF
Intel lines up 14 Ivy Bridge processors
Intel introduces first batch of Ivy Bridge processors
The Nanotechnology of Sundew and English Ivy
Fifteen small sundew plants perch on a window sill, collecting sunlight and eating meat in the lab of Mingjun Zhang on the University of Tennessee's Knoxville campus. Sundew plants are carnivores, consuming ...
Scientist Creates Sunscreen from Ivy
Drive through the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on a sunny day, and you may see a man on the side of the road pruning the English ivy.
Researchers: English ivy may give sunblock a makeover
When Mingjun Zhang was watching his son play in the yard, he was hit with a burning question: "What makes the ivy in his backyard cling to the fence so tightly?"
Oxford study finds that ivy can protect walls
(PhysOrg.com) -- The received wisdom that ivy destroys buildings has been overturned by a new study by Oxford University.
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