Saving virtual lives with nanobots goal of UH-led project

Building and controlling a team of nanobots to seek and destroy infected tissue within a simulated terminally ill patient, a University of Houston computer science student and his teammate have advanced to the 2005 Microsoft ...

Sony's new notebooks go beyond hotspots with WWAN

Sony's new wireless notebooks break the boundaries of wired connections and hotspots. The ultra-portable VAIO T-Series is the first widely available notebook PC with integrated high-speed wireless wide area network (WWAN) ...

Microsoft Releases Windows Mobile 5.0

In a packed hall of developers and industry partners at Microsoft® Mobile & Embedded DevCon 2005, Microsoft Corp.'s annual mobile and embedded developers conference, Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft, ...

New X-ray device using carbon nanotubes

Scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a UNC start-up company, Xintek, Inc., have invented a new X-ray device based on carbon nanotubes that emits a scanning X-ray beam composed of multiple smaller ...

Borneo - the most species-rich area in the world!

Scientists map the world for nature conservation For years, experts have been calling for an improved database that would enable them to develop more effective global nature conservation strategies. Botanists at the University ...

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