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Equinix Builds Peering Relationship with Internet Exchange JPNAP

1 February, 2016 – 4:33 am |

Global provider of data center Equinix (www.equinix.com) has made an agreement with Internet provider of Internet exchange multifeed (www.mfeed.co.jp) to expand its Japan Network Access Point (www .mfeed.co.jp / English / Service / jpnap.html) interconnect fabric in the Equinix Tokyo-2 (Ty2) International Business Data Exchange Center. JPNAP point of presence in Equinix IBX center Ty2 […]

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ASUS Unveils First TUF Series Motherboard

6 February, 2016 – 4:32 pm |
ASUS today unveiled the first motherboard in their new development “TUF” (The Ultimate Force) in the series, the SABERTOOTH 55i

TUF series is specially developed to meet the demands of heavy computer users of energy and perform well even under extreme conditions. These computer enthusiasts often demand components of the motherboard high-quality and more stable computing platforms.

To achieve stability without compromise, TUF series of motherboards have been subjected to more stringent testing program than producers now undertake most of the motherboard. Solidly built and equipped with heavy-duty components that have passed stringent tests of military style, the triumphs of the TUF series in the harshest operating conditions to provide a solid performance. 55i SABERTOOTH debut model, designed around a “Marine Cool” concept incorporates the Intel P55 chipset and “hard” features to give users a computer platform extremely solid and stable.

The motherboard, equipped with the new Ceram! Heatsink X, offering exceptional cooling to active components and uncompromising system stability even under severe operating conditions. With its advanced ceramic composition based commonly used in the aerospace industry for thermal insulation of the heat sink dissipates quickly to achieve final cooling. Ceramics replace traditional anti-oxidant compounds to create a textured surface for improved cooling Microfin. This rough surface provides an enhanced space for the induction of heat into the surrounding air. As a result, more heat is dissipated rapidly in the active system-allows users to enjoy before unattainable levels of stability.

Because optimal memory operation depends on good refrigeration, 55i SABERTOOTH CoolMem motherboard comes! Fan frame that encloses most standard 40mm or 50mm computer fans and fits directly on the memory module. Thus, users obtain an economical cooling solution that significantly stabilizes the functioning of memory.

The motherboard provides D.S. SABERTOOTH 55i (Efficient Switching Power) to all major components for excellent system efficiency. Besides delivering energy efficient CPU and memory, power design also applies the same level of energy efficient PCIEx16 expansion slots and IC. This improves overall energy efficiency and reduces the amount of heat generated, resulting in cooler operation and more reliable. In addition, the D.S. power converted into an efficiency of 90% compared with a conventional linear design that only about 60% efficiency.

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Toshiba to complete construction of carbon capture pilot plant

6 February, 2016 – 4:33 am |

Toshiba Corporation today announced it has completed construction of a pilot plant to support the development and validation of carbon capture technology. The final tests prior to commissioning of the plant was completed and the investigation and trial operation will start formally today. The pilot plant is in Ariake Sigma Power Co. Ltd. ‘s Mikawa […]

Intel’s Atom CE 4100 SoC Will Transform Internet TV (w/ Video)

5 February, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

In the case of the IDF, in Santa Clara, California, Intel announced the debut of its new System-on-Chip (SoC), the Intel Atom CE4100. The CE4100 SoC is designed only to make Internet content and other services to digital televisions, Blu-ray and other entertainment devices. The Atom processor is part of Intel’s new family of media […]

Panasonic Develops 50-inch Full HD 3D PDP and High-Precision Active Shutter Glasses

5 February, 2016 – 4:32 am |

Panasonic Corporation has developed a 50-inch Full HD compatible 3D plasma display (PDP) and glasses of high precision active shutter allowing quality viewing of film, true to life 3D images into living rooms. In order to bring Full HD 3D televisions in the market in 2010, the company steps up its efforts in the development […]

Fujitsu Develops Golf-Swing Analyzer Featuring Latest Sensing Technology

4 February, 2016 – 4:33 pm |

Fujitsu today announced it has co-developed a sensor technology that accurately measures body movements of a person wearing a sensor-equipped mobile phone. The technology was developed in collaboration with Mr. Kajiro Watanabe, president of laboratory detection and control of a professor at Hosei University in Japan. In the first commercialization of this technology, “etga Swing […]

Wealth link to alcohol crime

4 February, 2016 – 4:32 am |

Rich rural towns show the highest levels of alcohol-related offenses in the poorest communities, according to new research from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Center. Richest rural communities have higher rates of alcohol-related offenses in the poorest regions, according to results from the largest randomized controlled trial ever conducted in alcohol consumption, risk factors […]

Hydrogen-making algae’s ‘Achilles’ heel’ discovered

3 February, 2016 – 4:34 am |

Scientists have discovered how oxygen leaves green algal hydrogen production. The findings could help people who work toward “H2 solar farms in which microorganisms produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight and water. An international team of scientists from Oxford University and universities in Germany, report their findings in two articles, one in the JACS and one […]

Warner music videos returning to YouTube

2 February, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

YouTube announced on Tuesday an agreement to Warner Music the band’s songs back to the world’s online video sharing service more popular. “We are pleased to announce that the Warner Music Group’s artists are returning home to YouTube,” said Chris Maxcy, director of music associations Google-owned YouTube. The deal allows Warner to share in advertising […]

Sony opens electronic bookstore to self-publishers

2 February, 2016 – 4:33 am |

Sony opens store electronic books to potential perpetrators of Tuesday in a partnership with two self-publishing companies. “New authors can choose a self-publishing route and get their work published and for sale in the shop Sony e-book in just 10 days”, the Japanese electronics giant said in a statement. Sony said it has teamed up […]

T-Mobile to sell Motorola Android phone Oct. 19

1 February, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

T-Mobile USA plans to begin selling the first phone from Motorola that use the Google software on 19 October. The Motorola Cliq will cost $ 200 with a two-year contract, T-Mobile, said. Buyers who are not already customers of T-Mobile will have to wait until Nov. 2. The Cliq is the first product that comes […]

From grass to water, Chesapeake Bay experts differ on meaning of ‘clean’

28 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

After a recent rain, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is blocked with an eclectic mix of garbage – bottles of soda and a big purple ball, sticks and dirt, candy wrappers and recessed television. “The Bay right now is the water more dead than he ever has – and that is the experience of the boatman did […]

Lab-on-a-Chip Performs 1,000 Chemical Reactions At Once

27 January, 2016 – 4:33 pm |

Bottles, glasses, and hot dishes may soon be a thing of the past in medicinal chemistry laboratories. Instead of handling a few experiments at a desk, scientists can only blow a microchip in a computer and instantly run thousands of chemical reactions, with results – literally shrinking the laboratory to the size of a fingernail. […]

Researchers discover a new antibacterial lead

27 January, 2016 – 4:35 am |

Antibiotic resistance has been a major problem for hospitals and health centers for over a decade. But despite the need for new treatment options, there have been only two new classes of antibiotics developed in the last 40 years. Now, a promising discovery by researchers at McMaster University, has revealed an ideal starting point for […]

Discovery brings new type of fast computers closer to reality

26 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

Physicists at UC San Diego have created a successful rapid integration of circuits particles called “excitons” commercially operating in cold temperatures, so the possibility of a new type of extremely fast computer based on excitons closer to reality. Their discovery, detailed this week in the advance online edition of the journal Nature Photonics, following the […]

Nueva influenca llega a México

25 January, 2016 – 4:32 am |

La próxima ola de la gripe porcina ha llegado, y los mexicanos se preparan para un brote que puede ser incluso mayor que la de aquí, la primavera pasada que se convirtió en una pandemia. Comunicado de diagnóstico alcanzado niveles más altos en septiembre que el pico de H1N1 en abril, con 483 casos nuevos […]

Hard-drive makers see big run-ups on PC recovery hopes

24 January, 2016 – 4:33 pm |

Investors willing to make bets in the early recovery of PC industry have made great with Seagate Technology and Western Digital Corp. – two manufacturers of hard drives, which have seen their market values more than tripled so far this year. When the year began, there was reason to believe that some of Seagate and […]

Power grid chief touts electric-car payback

24 January, 2016 – 4:32 am |

U.S. chief Jon Wellinghoff network is promoting energy saving long term costs for electric cars, saying that the vehicles could earn $ 1,500 a year paybacks for their owners when their batteries are connected to the mains. While electric cars provided to the U.S. market in the coming years are likely to carry heavier price […]

House Democrats considering insurance tax

23 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

House Democrats are considering a security tax to help pay for their care plan review of health, although such funding system is bitterly opposed by the unions that are among the most loyal of the party. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., On Friday said a tax on the high cost of health insurance plans is […]

Nanodiamonds Advance Anticancer Gene Therapy

23 January, 2016 – 4:33 am |

Gene therapy holds great promise in treating cancer and many other diseases. However, the development of a scalable system for delivering genes into cells efficiently and safely has been challenging. Now, two teams of researchers have developed a versatile nano-enabled platforms that could get therapeutic genes safely and efficiently in cancer cells. In one study, […]

Sony’s PS3 outsells Wii fivefold in Japan

22 January, 2016 – 4:33 pm |

Sony’s PlayStation 3 video game console outsold Nintendo’s Wii nearly fivefold in Japan in the three weeks to September 20, helped by the launch of a new cheaper, slim version, a survey said Friday. Sony sold 257,254 PS3s in its home market in the three-week period, while Nintendo sold 52,229 Wii consoles, the research by […]

Prototype developed to detect dark matter

22 January, 2016 – 4:32 am |

A team of researchers at the University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR, Spain) and the Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS, France) has developed a brilliant bolometer, a device that scientists use in efforts to detect dark matter of the universe, and has been tested in the Underground Laboratory Canfranc in Huesca, Spain. “One of the biggest challenges in […]

Catalytic Catamarans: Common industrial catalyst sports rafts made of platinum

16 January, 2016 – 4:33 am |

Catalysts for converting chemicals useless or unwanted in the most useful or desirable. Science research this week reveals important details about a common catalyst: how rafts form chemically reactive platinum in the catalyst. New ideas works in yields of how to improve the industrial catalyst for petroleum refining, chemical processing and environmental applications. The study […]

Researchers create new strategy for highly-selective chemotherapy delivery

15 January, 2016 – 4:32 am |

Researchers at UC Irvine has created a new approach that greatly improves the targeting of chemotherapeutic drugs in specific cells and organs. Kenneth Longmuir, associate professor of physiology and biophysics, and Richard Robertson, professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, using liposomes, small areas (less than 100 nanometers in diameter) of natural molecules of lipids, such as […]

Intel’s Light Peak Will Replace Copper Wires

14 January, 2016 – 4:35 am |

At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, the company announced a new fiber optic cable will be able to transfer data between electrical devices, from a speed of 10 gigabits per second. Vice President, Dadi Perlmutter, Intel’s Mobility Group, hopes to send an optical cable, called Pico de la Luz in 2010. […]

Engineers produce ‘how-to’ guide for controlling the structure of nanoparticles

13 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

Tiny objects known as nanoparticles have been heralded as holding great potential for future applications in electronics, medicine and other areas. The properties of nanoparticles depend on their size and structure. Now researchers at the State University of North Carolina, have learned to create hollow constant, solid nanoparticles and amorphous nickel phosphide, which has potential […]

Fungus enhances susceptibility of resistant malaria mosquito to pesticides

11 January, 2016 – 4:34 pm |

In areas where malaria mosquitoes have become resistant to chemical pesticides, fungi kill mosquitoes can be an effective tool. Fungal spores can indeed infect and kill malaria mosquitoes, including those that are resistant to pesticides. Moreover, the mosquitoes become more susceptible to pesticides, such as increases in fungal infection. Researchers from Wageningen University and colleagues […]

Smart memory foam made smarter

10 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

Researchers from Northwestern University and Boise State University have discovered how to produce a less expensive way to change “memory foam, which could lead to wider applications of the subject, as in the surgical placement tools and mechanisms of the valve. David Dunand, James N. The and Mary M. Krebs, professor of Materials Science and […]