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British police get 360 degree accident scene camera

(Phys.org) -- When car accidents happen, typically road closures soon follow. This is because police need to study the scene to try to determine what happened, who was at fault, etc. Part of that investigation ...

May 03, 2012 report
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Microsoft, SanDisk to Replace U3 Drives

Microsoft and SanDisk on Friday announced a technology-sharing agreement that will produce a replacement for SanDisk's U3 line of USB smart drives by the second half of next year.

May 12, 2007
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Intel does math on oil-dunk test for cooler servers

(Phys.org)—Intel just finished a yearlong test of Green Revolution Cooling's mineral-oil server-immersion technology. Intel has tried immersing servers in the company's oil formulation to keep the servers ...

Sep 03, 2012 report
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Intel to debut Core 2 Duo chips in August

Despite the inevitable complaints and grumbling from some quarters, change is a necessary thing -- especially in the microprocessor industry. This August, Intel will release the Intel Core 2 series of chips. ...

Jul 19, 2006
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NVIDIA Announced New Geforce GTX 200 GPUs

Imagine instead of taking over five hours to convert a video for your iPod, it only takes 35 minutes. Imagine using your PC to simulate protein folding to help find a cure for debilitating diseases. Imagine ...

Jun 16, 2008
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AMD Adds Multi-Core Triple Threat to Desktop Roadmap

Delivering a multi-core triple threat, AMD today announced the addition of AMD Phenom triple-core processors to its desktop roadmap. AMD Phenom triple-core processors, expected to be the world’s first PC ...

Sep 18, 2007
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HP Announces Restyled Desktop PCs, Monitors

The latest editions to the Slimline and Pavilion series, as well as HP's new monitors, are designed with a look and feel similar to that of our Editors' Choice HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC.

Apr 03, 2007
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