Nokia moving Into Nanotechnology

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Nokia Corp. and the University of Cambridge in the U.K. have agreed to collaborate in several areas of long-term research, beginning with nanotechnology. The Finnish handset maker will establish a research facility, initially with a...

Google Moving Search Records Out of China

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In an effort to protect users of its Google.cn Web site, Google is moving search records out of China and into the United States, a company executive said this week. Google.cn is a version...

Intel confirms moving up Paxville server schedule

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In confirmation of previous reports stating Intel may move up the launch of its next-generation 90nm dual-core Intel Xeon processor MP (Paxville), the chip giant has stated that development is ahead of schedule and the...

Sun desktop software exec moving to Linux specialist

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Peder Ulander, the top marketing executive for Sun Microsystems' Desktop Solutions Group, is leaving the company to join embedded Linux specialist MontaVista Software, CNET News.com has learned. At MontaVista, Ulander will be vice president of...

New E-Paper Could Show Moving Images Too

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Even before the electronic ink has dried on the e-page, a new generation of electronic paper may soon be able to bring a moving image to a foldable screen near you, according to scientists in...

Sun Says It's Moving Java Beyond The Computer

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In a sign of maturity for the Java platform, Sun Microsystems execs said this week's JavaOne Developer Conference in San Francisco will go back to the basics by delivering less hype and more technology. Instead...

Women Moving Onto the Web Faster Than Men

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The number of female Web surfers is growing much faster than the overall Internet population, according to a report released by Nielsen/NetRatings on Friday. The Internet research firm said the number of...

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