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Now, Cellphones That Alert Against Impending Lightning Strikes

Scientists at Nokia have developed software that transforms a cellphone into a signal receiver and warns the user of an approaching lightning strike. A lightning bolt is an electric current that emits radio waves, with each bolt producing frequencies between 10 hertz and five gigahertz. Ho...

Therap Services to Host Regional Conference in South Dakota

...cheduling. There will be a session for users from North Dakota as well. Other topic sessions include HIPAA Plans and Policies, Electronic Signature, cellphones and Remote Access, Biometrics, Therap and Accreditation: CQL and Carf, Future Training Materials and Games and Document Storage. About Therap Servic...

Venture Global Limited Introduces an Innovative Anti-Cellphone Radiation Sticker Named 'VEGO Power Blocker'

...s testified by Public Standard bureau of Singapore and the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan. VEGO Power Blocker can be fitted to all cellphones using a self-adhesive backing and it is less than 0.2mm thick, it will not affect the appearance and reception of any mobile devices. VEGO Power Blo...

Apple Launches IPhone; New Yorkers Line Up to Buy Gadget

... 599 dollars. Potential buyers will also be obligated to sign up for a two-year phone contract with telecoms giant ATT. Unlike regular cellphones that have dials and small screens, the iPhone features a larger touch-screen. All commands, from dialing a telephone number to surfing the Int...
Cellphones in Biological Technology

MIT: New material could lead to faster chips

... Daniel Nezich. "In electronics, we're always trying to increase the frequency," Palacios says, in order to make "faster and faster computers" and cellphones that can send data at higher rates, for example. "It's very difficult to generate high frequencies above 4 or 5 gigahertz," he says, but the new graph...

McGill physicists find a new state of matter in a 'transistor'

...r these conditions." "This issue is academic, but it's not just academic. The same semiconductor materials we're working with are currently used in cellphones and other electronic devices. We need to understand quantum effects so we can use them to our own advantage and perhaps reinvent the transistor altoge...
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