Archive for August, 2002

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You would think that the U.S or India is attracting and promoting biotechnological talent, then think twice because Singapore wants to be the next biotechnology hub of the world.
http://www.economist.com/science/displayStory.cfm?story_id=1290990

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Got shot down by your VC? Try the CIA . Take a peek into the how CIA funds and procures the best technologies.
http://www.wired.com/news/conflict/0,2100,54414,00.html

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What do you do to find the answer to a problem that can have more possibilities than there are atoms in the universe? You turn to quantum computing. Check out this article to find how researchers are fabricating quantum computers.
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Running out of disk space are you? Coming from a 20MB HDD generation I am happy with my current 10GB HDD but if the guys at Seagate have their way then its time to say hello to terabyte monster HDDs.
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=5075

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Intel has once again beem accused of manipulating performance benchmarks much to the chargin of AMD. Read about the Bapco Sysmark controversy.
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=5092

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Low-cost solar surgery. Perfect for sunny India’s needs.
http://optics.org/articles/news/8/8/32/1

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Have you wondered why your friendly-neighbourhood computer geek is different from you? What drives hackers? These questions and more are being answered.
http://smh.com.au/articles/2002/08/20/1029114072039.html

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One of the first glimpses of the AMD Opteron CPU. Earth-shattering 64-bit performance while being totally backward compatible with older 32-bit applications. Other features include seamless upgrades to 8-way SMP and Hypertransport.
http://www.hwextreme.com/reviews/processor/opteron/

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There’s more than one way to build a multi-chip microprocessor, according to Intel.
http://news.com.com/2100-1001-954456.html?tag=fd_lede

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Researchers seeking another energy source to ease the world’s dependency on fossil fuels may have found a small answer to a big problem. The humble algae may be destined for greatness… so next you call someone slimy it might be a compliment.
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,54456,00.html

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