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Asus 1000HE Netbook Claims 9.5 Hour Battery Life

(PhysOrg.com) -- Asus has just introduced an Eee PC netbook that uses the Intel Atom N280, which has slightly better performance than the previous N270 chip. The N280 runs at 1.67GHz, up from the N270's 1.6GHz, ...

Feb 04, 2009 weblog
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IBM To Build Supercomputer For U.S. Government

(PhysOrg.com) -- The U.S. Government has contracted out IBM to build a massive supercomputer bigger than any supercomputer out there. The supercomputer system, called Sequoia, will be capable of delivering ...

Feb 03, 2009 weblog
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Toshiba Launches Industry's First 512 GB SSD

(PhysOrg.com) -- Toshiba announced today the expansion of their line up of NAND-flash-based solid state drives (SSD) with the industry's first 2.5-inch 512 GB SSD and a broad family of fast read/write SSD's ...

Dec 18, 2008 weblog
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Foldable phone opens into large OLED screen

(PhysOrg.com) -- A new cell phone developed by Samsung opens like a book to reveal a larger OLED screen, essentially turning the phone into a portable media player. Samsung recently demonstrated the prototype ...

Nov 24, 2008 weblog
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3D Display Offers Glimpse of Future Media

(PhysOrg.com) -- The 3D objects in the display box may at first look like a product of smoke-and-mirrors trickery. That impression would be about half right, as a rapidly spinning mirror is one important component ...

Nov 10, 2008 weblog
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'Space Cube' could be world's smallest PC

Measuring just 2 inches by 2 inches, the Space Cube is roughly the size of a large die. However, the cube is actually a tiny PC, developed by the Shimafuji Corporation in Japan.

Aug 28, 2008 weblog
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Intel Microchip Packs Two Billion Transistors

Intel has just announced the first microchip that contains more than two billion transistors - tiny switches that together perform the calculations in computers. The chip, known as Tukwila, marks a milestone ...

Feb 04, 2008 weblog
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Mitsubishi’s new Blu-ray converts your movies into 3D

Mitsubishi recently revealed a new Blu-ray player that can convert existing 2D movies into 3D in real time. The company showed off the technology to a few tech journalists at the Barclay’s PGA Tour at Westchester Country ...

Aug 28, 2007 weblog
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Intel Research Chip Advances 'Era Of Tera'

Intel researchers have developed the world's first programmable processor that delivers supercomputer-like performance from a single, 80-core chip not much larger than the size of a finger nail while using ...

Feb 12, 2007
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