AT&T on track with new high-speed network in 2011

(AP) -- AT&T Inc. is on track to start rolling out its next-generation wireless technology in the second half of this year, as the company joined handset makers Wednesday to show off several smart phones that will take advantage ...

Microsoft developing Windows for phone chips

Microsoft Corp. confirmed Wednesday that it is developing a version of its main Windows operating system that will run on cell phone chips, providing an alternative for the first time to the chips based on Intel technology.

UF researchers track ocean-crossing migration of blue shark

(PhysOrg.com) -- Blue sharks are strong enough to cross the Southern Atlantic Ocean but need human protection at their destinations and points of departure, a University of Florida collaborative international tagging project ...

OU researchers developing shale gas reservoir simulator

University of Oklahoma researchers are developing a new simulator for shale gas reservoirs that will provide oil and gas companies with an essential tool for managing production and choosing drilling locations to lower costs ...

University of Toronto seismic brace system headed to market

The University of Toronto's Civil Engineering Structural Testing Facilities laboratory recently attracted industry, academics and media to witness a half-million pounds of force testing a yielding brace system designed to ...

Engineers filter runoff water polluting city beaches

(PhysOrg.com) -- It is an annual rite of summer in Chicago: heavy or persistent rain causes a water backup from runoff and sewage that pollutes Lake Michigan, forcing officials to close beaches as a health precaution.

Earth is getting dustier, model suggests

(PhysOrg.com) -- If the house seems dustier than it used to be, it may not be a reflection on your housekeeping skills. The amount of dust in the Earth's atmosphere has doubled over the last century, according to a new study; ...

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