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5 Things to Do Before Buying an HDTV
by Josh Briggs
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HDTV Image Gallery

Kicking your heels up to watch your new HDTV will be more satisfying if you do a little homework before you buy. See more HDTV pictures.
So, you're thinking about jumping into the vivid world of high definition, huh? Well, get ready for visual bliss. The difference between high definition...
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Cern collider ready for power-up

By Paul Rincon

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Newer, Faster, Cheaper iPhone 3G

Software and Online Store Will Widen Its Versatility, But There Are Hidden Costs

July 8, 2008

by Walter S. Mossberg


all_things_di220:! Buzz

Inc.’s iPhone has been the world’s most influential...
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December 7, 2007

Web Access and E-Mail on Flights


Passengers may soon hear a new in-flight announcement: “You can now log on.”
Starting next week and over the next few months, several United States airlines will test Internet service on their planes.
On Tuesday, JetBlue Airways
will begin offering a free e-mail and instant messaging service on one
of its planes, while American Airlines, Virgin America and Alaska
Airlines plan to offer broader...
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Google pushes into mobile phones
Google has unveiled software it hopes will power a variety of future mobile phones and boost the web on the move.

The software could lead to cheaper phones as it is designed to speed up the process of making mobile services.

The firm is working with four mobile manufacturers - Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG - but a Google branded phone was not announced.

The first phones using the so-called Google "software stack" will be available in the second half of 2008.

"This is going to bring the internet into...
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Africa waiting for net revolution
By Darren Waters
Technology editor, BBC News website

More than a third of Africa's citizens should have access to broadband internet by 2012, a conference of technology leaders is set to hear.

Fewer than four out of 100 Africans currently use the internet, and broadband penetration is below 1%.

The barriers to broadband access are key talking points at the Connect Africa meeting in Kigali, in Rwanda.

Dr Hamadoun Toure, head of the International Telecommunication Union has called for "immediate action".
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Cheap trainers still protect feet
Expensive trainers do not protect runners' feet more than cheaper ones, according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Dundee University researchers asked participants to test three pairs - costing £40 to £45, £60 to £65, and £70 to £75 - made by different brands.

Electronic tests on eight areas of the sole as they walked and ran found no major differences in cushioning impact.

Impact was sometimes cushioned better in cheaper trainers, the study found.

That findings were reached after injury-causing...
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Le Devoir
SAMEDI, samedi 14 avril 2007, p. d4

Pas fantastique, le plastique

Deglise, Fabien

Pour changer les comportements de l'industrie de la consommation, doit-on se fier à l'éducation des consommateurs et aux pressions qui pourraient normalement venir avec? Ou bien imposer des lois pour forcer la main des dirigeants d'entreprise?

Devant ce dilemme, la petite ville de Leaf Rapids, au Manitoba, vient de trancher. Dans un geste étonnant, au début du mois, la municipalité de 500 âmes...
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Les codes barres


Omniprésents, les codes barres sont des acteurs discrets de la vie courante. Destinés à automatiser
l'acquisition d'une information généralement numérique, ils trouvent leurs applications dans des
domaines aussi variés que la gestion des prêts d'une bibliothèque, les caisses enregistreuses à
lecture optique, ou le contrôle de la production dans l'industrie...

Toutes les informations peuvent êtres codées sous forme de mots binaires,...
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Le Devoir
LE MONDE, mercredi 4 avril 2007, p. a5

En photo
Le TGV fracasse son record de vitesse

Le, Devoir

Le TGV a établi hier, à 574,8 km/h, un nouveau record du monde de vitesse sur rail, sur la ligne à grande vitesse est-européenne.

D'une puissance deux fois supérieure à celle d'un TGV normal, spécialement construite par Alstom et dénommée V150, la rame a pulvérisé le record de 515,3 km/h établi le 18 mai 1990 par un TGV Atlantique entre Paris et Tours. Lors des essais menés...
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Physics promises wireless power
Jonathan Fildes
Science and technology reporter, BBC News

The tangle of cables and plugs needed to recharge today's electronic gadgets could soon be a thing of the past.

US researchers have outlined a relatively simple system that could deliver power to devices such as laptop computers or MP3 players wirelessly.

The concept exploits century-old physics and could work over distances of many metres, the researchers said.

Although the team had not built and tested a system, computer models and mathematics suggest...
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 781

Web inventor fears for the future
By Pallab Ghosh
Science correspondent, BBC News

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is concerned about the future of the web
Berners-Lee interview
The British developer of the world wide web says he is worried about the way it could be used to spread misinformation and "undemocratic forces".

The web has transformed the way many people work, play and do business.

But Sir Tim Berners-Lee told BBC News he feared that, if the way the internet is used is left to develop unchecked, "bad things" could happen.
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Blu-ray player put to the test
By Darren Waters
Technology editor, BBC News website

High definition movies have finally arrived in the UK in the shape of the first Blu-ray player from Samsung, the BD-P1000.

For more than two years we have been tantalised with promises of knockout picture quality that would make ordinary DVD video look tired and monochromatic. But does the reality match the hype?

Samsung's first UK Blu-ray player is a sleek unit that outwardly resembles an ordinary DVD player.

Capacity: 50GB (dual-layer)
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