Archive: 12/01/2005

Apple Introduces iPod shuffle: First iPod Under $100

Apple yesterday introduced iPod shuffle, a breakthrough digital music player. Smaller and lighter than a pack of gum, iPod shuffle works seamlessly with iTunes' innovative AutoFill feature, which automatically selects songs ...

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Saharan Dust Affects Thunderstorm Behavior in Florida

Scientists using NASA satellite data have discovered tiny particles of dust blowing across the Atlantic Ocean from the Sahara Desert can affect Florida thunderstorms. Dust affects the size of the top or "anvil" of a thunderstorm, ...

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The future of the Internet

Elon University and the Pew Internet & American Life Project survey nearly 1,300 technology experts and scholars to forecast the next decade of network development. The workplace, family life, education and many other foundations ...

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Gallium Nitride Power Transistor for Wireless Base Stations

According to JCN Network, Oki Electric has announced that it has started sample provisioning of it's Gallium Nitride High Electron Mobility Transistor (GaN-HEMT), a high frequency wave power transistor for wireless base stations. The ...

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Astronomers find gravity's signature in galaxy distribution

In the largest galaxy survey ever, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) confirmed the role of gravity in growing structures in the universe, using the result to precisely measure the geometry of the universe. The SDSS researchers ...

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