Random House, the world"s largest book publisher, is considering joining a book-search project run by search-engine giant Google, once considered an arch-enemy by the paper publishing industry. According to sources close to the matter, the...

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Intel has been tinkering with a concept of a phase change memory device chip for nearly 30 years. Intel CTO Justin Rattner demonstrated a 128-bit sample of code-name Alverston at the Intel Developer Forum in...

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Both Iogear and Wisair are showing UWB wireless USB hub technology which they claim will be capable of transmitting up to 480 Mbps, enabling up to four simultaneous wireless connections to such high-bandwidth devices as...

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The Video Electronics Standard Association, or VESA, is currently reviewing a new display standard which will allow for better resolutions, more colors, higher refresh rates - all over less wires than current technologies. Called...

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Company says stock exchange has commenced delisting proceedings; on note of optimism, says it is close to securing new loans. The news from Acclaim Entertainment cut both ways today. In various public...

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Instead of puddle jumping during a rainy Midwestern spring, physics researchers at Indiana"s Purdue University have been doing some puddle linking -- tying together pools of a few dozen electrons sandwiched inside a semiconductor. The...

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Iomega has unveiled details of a small, detachable storage drive it is developing for portable electronics gadgets. The 1.5GB device, dubbed Digital Capture Technology, or DCT, uses a combination of hard drive...

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British boffins have made a breakthrough in quantum cryptography, an advanced code-making technology which is theoretically uncrackable, by developing a single photon-emitting diode. The researchers from the University of Cambridge and Toshiba...

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Is DNA the new silicon? News last month that scientists had built the first programmable computer made from the molecule which carries our genes has brought the vision of computing with DNA one step nearer....

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