Paper Battery Offers Future Power

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Flexible paper batteries could meet the energy demands of the next generation of gadgets, says a team of researchers. They have produced a sample slightly larger than a postage stamp that can release about 2.3...

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Good-bye, Silicon. Hello, Polymer. UK-based Plastic Logic was founded via Cambridge Universitys research labs back in 2000. The company has just secured $100 million in financing. Naturally, financial backing happens to those with potential. With...

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Everyones favorite plumber unlocks the secret behind The Thousand-Year Door starting today. Today Nintendo announced that Paper Mario is being shipped to Northern American retail stores. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is...

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Mario loses a dimension but gains the ability to turn himself into a paper plane. Sounds like a fair swap to us. Nintendo have just launched a Japanese website for Paper Mario...

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Spanking-new online destination features Japanese-language info about and trailer for Nintendos innovative RPG. Japanese-speaking gamers awaiting the arrival of Paper Mario 2 are in luck. Today, Nintendo opened the Web site for...

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Paper Mario 2 Movies

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Nintendos Paper Mario 2, the sequel to the hit N64 role-playing game of the same franchise, is set for release on GameCube this October. But IGNcube at the Electronics Entertainment Expo 2004 had the chance...

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Paper Mario 2 Facts

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Nintendo of America today revealed some of the new gameplay concepts behind Intelligent Systems sequel to its acclaimed N64 RPG. In Paper Mario 2 players will indeed return to play as a two-dimensional Mario, and...

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Japanese electronics conglomerate Sony Corp and Toppan Printing Co Ltd have developed a new optical disc, made mostly from paper, that they say will be compatible with next-generation DVD technology. In a...

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Thanks prasanth. Ross Anderson of Cambridge University has published a lengthy and informative paper/FAQ on Palladium, the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance (TCPA), their relationship and their implications. His take is that Microsofts Palladium, soft-announced by...

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With e-mail technology arrived the idea of reduced paper usage came with it. This may not be the case according to a new study, which found that the use of e-mail has increased paper consumption...

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