Technology (03 Mar, 2007)
Only 13 % People Have Internet Access
Only 13 percent of people on the planet have access to the Internet. This statement was made by the United Nations News Center. The majority of Internet users (90 %) live in industrialized countries. The gap in the field of information technology between the developed countries and those that are in development, is continuously increasing. ...
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Offbeat (31 Mar, 2007)
A Man in Dubai Charged $170,000 Debt for Mobile Communication
Two citizens of Dubai have talked themselves into an astonishingly large sum of money for mobile communication services. A $225,000 phone bill is too much, even for the United Arab Emirates. ...
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Technology (22 Nov, 2010)
Intel to Create 1,000-Core Processor
The current prototype Intel chip features 48 cores, but in the near future it could be turned into a 1,000-core processor. ...
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Current Events (18 Apr, 2007)
Drug wars in Rio resulted in 19 casualties
The drug wars from Rio de Janeiro produced further 19 victims. In two shoot-outs in different regions of the city the police collected 13 and 6 dead bodies respectively. ...
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Current Events (08 Nov, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of October 2010
The eLEGS exoskeleton from Barkley Bionics was officially presented at a press conference where the company demonstrated its capabilities. ...
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Technology (12 Oct, 2010)
TDK Presents 1 Terabyte Optical Disc
This year, the annual tradeshow and the largest IT and electronics exhibition in Japan, CEATEC, witnessed a number of very interesting devices. One of them is a sleek optical disk from TDK. ...
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Current Events (06 Oct, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of September 2010
Raytheon's XOS 2 Exoskeleton, Hair-Washing Machine, Visually Impaired Assistant and other inventions described on www.Infoniac.Com in September can be found in this article. ...
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Technology (22 Sep, 2010)
Eco-Friendly 15-Meter Long Superbus
Those who haven't heard of Wubbo Ockels Superbus might consider it for a limo. However, the 15-meter long eco-friendly vehicle is a bus. ...
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Health & Fitness (07 May, 2007)
New Saliva Test to Save 1,000 Unborn Babies Each Year
Scientists from UK are currently working on a simple saliva test that could easily and more effectively spot a deadly pregnancy complication, that kills hundreds of unborn babies each year. ...
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Technology (25 Aug, 2010)
Amex Digital Unveils MP-5010 - the Smallest 1080p Media Player in the World
MP-501 is the new device launched by Amex Digital. In addition, this is the smallest 1080p medial player in the world. ...
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Offbeat (16 May, 2007)
A 10-month-old Boy Becomes a Rightful Firearm Owner
A 10-month-old baby in Illinois got an identification card of a firearm owner. His father applied for the card and was surprised to have his application approved. ...
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Current Events (16 Aug, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Invention of July 2010
Program that Superimposes Historical Pictures On Modern Ones, Life Microscope, Technology That Helps You Feel 3D Pictures and other inventions from July 2010. ...
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Technology (06 Aug, 2010)
Chinese Researchers Working on Maglev Train Able to Reach 1000kph
Chinese researchers from the laboratory at Southwest Jiaotong University are currently working on a vacuum maglev train that will be able to reach a top speed of 1,000kph, with the average speed being 500 to 600 kilometers per hour. ...
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Technology (03 Sep, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of August 2010
Machine able to convert plastic into oil, robot suit that helps elderly farmers, toothbrush that cleans teeth without toothpaste and more. ...
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Offbeat (26 May, 2007)
11 Sleepless Days - Not a Problem
Tony Wright, 42, has researched the dependencies the human brain has on sleep. Therefore he didn't sleep for exactly 11 days - which is a new world record, though not one for the Guinness Book. ...
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