2010 inventions related to i.t.

Science (05 Dec, 2008)
Sympathetic Virtual Humans Could Be Part of Daily Life
French scientists claim that in the near future people will be able to share their emotions with virtual humans who could adapt to our emotions. The new project may contribute to the development long-term relationships between real humans and virtual agents. ...
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Technology (04 Mar, 2007)
Storm virus attacks blogs
Storm virus is back again to infect blogs, webmails and bulletin boards. British and Korean computer security scientists claim it's a new variant of malware that is extremely difficult to detect. ...
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Science (06 Mar, 2007)
Happiness Might Appear Before Fortunate Events Occur, Study Says
A recent study on human happiness reveals that our adaptation to major life events is not the only factor to influence our well-being. Those who will have their life run in a more balanced way are predominantly inclined to feel happy long before the fortunate occurrence in their life.

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Science (10 Mar, 2007)
Aggressive women - genes' fault
A new research has found the true cause of aggressive behavior in women. The University of Pittsburgh conducted a study where it was revealed that variations in serotonin receptor gene are closely related to hostility and ill temper in women. ...
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Science (15 Mar, 2007)
Chemical Found in Cosmetics, Soaps and Lubricants is Hazardous for Men
Till now scientists have been aware of the fact that exposure to phthalates is linked to reproductive issues. Recently they have discovered that this chemical, found in nearly everything including plastics, shampoos, cosmetics, lubricants, paint and soaps, is strongly connected to abdominal obesity and insulin resistance in adult males. This scientific discovery was made by the University of Rochester Medical Center. ...
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Science (13 Nov, 2008)
Successful Birth of Live Rhinoceros from Frozen-Thawed Sperm
Today there are about 20,000 rhinoceros, which continue to disappear. One of the species is already extinct and other features only four animals. The breeding of rhinoceros becomes very difficult as more of them age and become ill. ...
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Offbeat (25 Mar, 2007)
Google's List of Class-Action Lawsuits
A list of lawsuits with different charges, where Google participated either as a defendant (in most of the cases) or as a plaintiff. It seems like when people are in financial trouble, they try to sue Google. ...
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Health & Fitness (30 Mar, 2007)
France Will not Put a Ban on Skinny Models
After the death of 2 Latin American models, caused by anorexia, the fashion industry started paying more attention to young women with eating disorders. However France would not ban skinny model from the catwalk, it would rather call for a voluntary agreement. ...
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Science (05 Apr, 2007)
The most important inventions and discoveries of the humanity
An American Community of Scientists has issued their list of most important inventions and discoveries, which have changed or influenced the development of humanity. ...
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Science (12 Apr, 2007)
Beautiful flirty women choose machos for procreation
Women are likely to choose masculine looking men when they are ready for fertilization but won't search for long-term relationships with them. However, her choice of the most suitable mate will change considerably depending on the perception of her own attractiveness, study says. ...
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Current Events (17 Apr, 2007)
BREAKING: The Virginia Tech Shooter Identified
Shooter at the Virginia Tech University officially identified. ...
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Science (19 Apr, 2007)
New Electronic Display to Be Used on Clothes and Beer Cans

Scientists working on the international project are looking forward to bring the organic light emitting devices to the masses. Thus the invention could significantly cut costs by billions of dollars each year.

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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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Science (23 Apr, 2007)
Nano-nose to help identify illnesses
Vince Rotello and his team from the University of Massachusetts and Georgia Institute of technology develop a 'nano-nose' to find and identify different anomalies, i.e. illnesses in a human body. ...
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Hot Discussions (04 Nov, 2010)
What is the most important invention a human has ever made?
In this post we ask you to state the most important invention(s) that you consider had the greatest impact on humanity. You are also welcome to explain why do you think this/these invention(s) is/are the most important. ...
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