NASA to use Space Age 'droid' satellites

NASA scientists say they are ready to test "smart" satellites that can fly in precision formation and are relatively inexpensive to make and operate.

FileMaker adds live Web data function

FileMaker Inc. announced Tuesday the availability of FileMaker Pro 8.5, which will provide built-in integration with live Web data.

Ditigal signs get technological boost

New technology from Minicom Advanced Systems unveiled Monday allows users to operate a keyboard, mouse or other peripheral from up to 1,000 feet away.

Greek information society expanding

Greece is known for many things -- its sun-kissed islands, lively Athens, and as the birthplace of democracy -- but its latest reputation may become its quick climb up the information-technology ladder.

Computer Associates buys XOsoft

Software giant Computer Associates will buy XOsoft, a developer of infrastructure software and application recovery solutions, it was reported Tuesday.

Energy surety microgrid model to be tested

A Sandia National Laboratories research team in New Mexico says it will test its energy surety model microgrid at a military base.

Researchers build sharpest tip

Forget the phrase, "sharp as a tack." Now, thanks to new University of Alberta research the popular expression might become, "sharp as a single atom tip formed by chemically assisted spatially controlled field evaporation." ...

Touch-screen tech coming to cellphones

Still getting excited about being able to send an e-mail from your cell phone? That's so 2005. The life cycle of cell-phone thrills is getting shorter and shorter as users become more blasé more quickly about the extra gadgetry ...

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