Predictive simulation successes on Dawn supercomputer

(PhysOrg.com) -- The 500-teraFLOPS Advanced Simulation and Computing program's Sequoia Initial Delivery System (Dawn), an IBM machine of the same lineage as BlueGene/L, has immediately proved itself useful as several initial ...

A Twist in the Genome Thwarts Hepatitis C

(PhysOrg.com) -- Viruses like Hepatitis C proliferate by tricking cellular machinery into manufacturing the parts for duplicate viral particles.

Net helps businesses beat recession

The internet is one innovation helping small business bosses deal with strategic decision-making and survive the current recession, according to results revealed by the latest UK Business Barometer and Business Adviser Barometer ...

Samsung Announces AMOLED 12M Camera Phone

(PhysOrg.com) -- Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of the ‘Samsung AMOLED 12M’ (Model Name: SCH-W880), the world’s first 12-megapixel camera phone with a 3-times optical zoom lens. The phone will be available ...

Biodiversity loss weakens global development

Biodiversity loss is undermining global development, leading scientists warn. The paper brings together a broad group of scientists and policy makers, including Natural History Museum plant expert Dr Sandra Knapp.

The self-managing, 'unbreakable' internet?

(PhysOrg.com) -- High-powered internet applications typically need teams of experts to maintain them. Not any more, say European researchers who have built a system to create applications that manage and fix themselves.

LG Unveils LG GD510 Touchscreen Phone (w/ Video)

(PhysOrg.com) -- LG Electronics today unveiled the LG GD510, or more simply, "Pop", the most compact 3-inch full touchscreen phone ever made. The LG GD510 is the handset people who want a simple touchscreen phone have been ...

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