Archive: 28/06/2006

Experts speak out against 'Net neutrality'

Several experts weighed in against Net neutrality, calling it unnecessary regulation that hinders market forces at Tuesday's Wireless Communications Association International forum.

dateJun 28, 2006 in Internet
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Fashion goes high-tech

As the world begins to see India as a growing technological hub and trade restrictions become less restrictive, a new type of technology is making its debut from here -- software that makes the global fashion industry an ...

dateJun 28, 2006 in Software
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W3C releases mobile site practices

Mobile content far beyond ringtones and wallpapers is on its way with the recent release of guidelines for designers of Web sites solely for the mobile phone.

dateJun 28, 2006 in Internet
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Modeling Supernovae Core Collapse

“What we've done,” explains University of Arizona professor Adam Burrows, “is unlocked the core of supernovae. We have a computational tool that allows us to go into the core, and we see that there’s gravitational ...

dateJun 28, 2006 in General Physics feature
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Montana State University scientists to get new cold lab

Half-million-year-old Antarctic ice, avalanche triggers, frost heaves in roads and the possibility of life in Martian ice caps are just a few of the research projects expected to find a home in a new cluster of labs planned ...

dateJun 28, 2006 in Other
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Trailer park residents face multiple challenges

The denizens of America's rural trailer parks have heard all the snide comments about their homes – and they have been labeled everything from "trailer trash" to "tornado magnets" – but beneath that ridicule lie acute ...

dateJun 28, 2006 in Other
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