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Consumer Electronics Show Debuts Latest 'Must Have' Gadgets

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) unveiled the latest electronic products this week in Las Vegas. The annual trade show has become a major event for the electronics industry since the show's debut four decades ago. For high tech junkies, the exhibition is a chance to see the newest technological marvels that could change the way we live and work.


India Tests Technology for Space Vehicles

India has launched a satellite designed to test re-entry technology that could be used to prepare for a future manned mission. The experiment is the first step toward a more ambitious foray into space.


How To Install SharePoint 2007 Beta 2

Detailed instructions on how to install SharePoint 2007 Beta 2 on a clean version of Windows 2003.


Apple Reinvents the Phone with iPhone

Apple today introduced iPhone, combining three products—a revolutionary mobile phone, a widescreen iPod with touch controls, and a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email, web browsing, searching and maps—into one small and lightweight handheld device.


Computer Maker Apple Unveils New 'iPhone'

The computer maker Apple has unveiled an eagerly-anticipated mobile phone based on its best-selling iPod music player.


Apple TV Coming to Your Living Room

Movies, TV Shows, Music & Photos on Your Big Screen TV.


An Interview with "What the Bleep Do We Know?!" Co-producer Betsy Chasse

In 2004, a little science film called "What the Bleep Do We Know?!" was a surprise hit that got everyday average people thinking about quantum physics. Recently has been released a special "Down the Rabbit Hole Quantum" edition of the movie with six hours of additional interviews. It's all part of their plan to take the fear factor out of science.


New stars shed light on the past

A new image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows N90, one of the star-forming regions in the Small Magellanic Cloud. The rich populations of infant stars found here enable astronomers to examine star forming processes in an environment that is very different from that in our own Milky Way.


Trusting your instincts leads you to the right answer

A study has found that you are more likely to perform well if you do not think too hard and instead trust your instincts. The research, shows that, in some cases, instinctive snap decisions are more reliable than decisions taken using higher-level cognitive processes.


Study shows fast food as family meals limits healthy food intake, increases obesity risk

Families whose meals frequently consist of fast food are more likely to have unhealthy eating habits, poor access to healthy foods at home, and a higher risk for obesity, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School.


Scientists Find New Stem Cell Source in Amniotic Fluid

U.S. researchers have discovered a new source of stem cells that appear to hold almost as much promise for regenerating human tissue as the controversial embryonic stem cells. The scientists have identified them in the amniotic fluid that protects an unborn child.


Scientific and Technical Achievements to Be Honored with Academy Awards

Unlike other Academy Awards, achievements receiving Scientific and Technical Awards do not have to have been developed and introduced during 2006. The achievement can be a device or a discovery, a formula or a method, but it must demonstrate a proven record of contributing significant value to the process of making motion pictures.


Movements, Spirituality Of Ancient Central Americans Tracked Using Satellites, Video Game Technology

Satellite imagery meshed with video-game technology is allowing University of Colorado at Boulder and NASA researchers to virtually "fly" along footpaths used by Central Americans 2,000 years ago on spiritual pilgrimages to ancestral cemeteries.


New instrument reveals raindrop formation in warm clouds

How do raindrops form? It's a simple question, but the answer is far from elementary. Tiny water droplets somehow merge to become full-sized raindrops, but the details remain a mystery.


Astronomers detect black hole in tiny 'dwarf' galaxy

Astronomers have found evidence of a supermassive black hole at the heart of a dwarf elliptical galaxy about 54 million light years away from the Milky Way Galaxy where Earth resides. It is only the second time a supermassive black hole has been discerned in a dwarf galaxy, and only the third time that astronomers have observed a double nucleus at the heart of a galaxy