Troy (NY) – Heatsinks are essential in many electronics devices, including computer systems, to dissipate heat that is generate from various kinds of chips. Researchers from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the University of Oulu in Finland have developed a heatsink from carbon nanotubes, which they claims is as efficient as copper, but much more durable as chips get smaller and smaller.
British scientists outlined a method to recharge “biofuel cells” in air that contains a slightly elevated levels of hydrogen. Prototype version of such fuel cells have been built already and point towards a relatively inexpensive rechargeable fuel cell technology.
The hardware upgrade of TG Daily is making progress and we are expecting to avoid any further outages starting Thursday morning.
Internet users running Websense, a filtering service that blocks out potentially harmful sites, found themselves unable to use Yahoo earlier this week.
After Web designer Mike Davidson realized images from his server were being used on John McCain's Myspace page, he decided to pull a small political prank.
In yet another attempt to steal some users back from Google, Yahoo has announced that it will begin offering unlimited e-mail storage for free later this spring.
Police in London are looking to talk to a Norwegian man who posted a video on YouTube of himself skiing down 300 feet on Europe’s longest escalator at Angel Underground Station in the city.
As the semiconductor industry is preparing 45 nm production, electronic design automation (EDA) player Synopsys has indicated that the company should deliver concrete development progress for corresponding tools in the second half of 2007.
Popular websites likes YouTube, eBay and MySpace are visited daily by millions of Americans, but according to a new survey released by Parks Associates, many American households could care less about the Internet.
TG Daily has gone through some outages today, due to an unexpected surge in traffic.
Almost 40,000 PS3 owners have connected to Stanford University's Folding@Home project, boosted by the launch of the console in Europe and other areas of the globe.
Finally, here we are! After months of testing, the redesigned TG Daily is now online. Easier to navigate, easier to read, easier to communicate and, yes, there are a few new features as well.
Microsoft is temporarily closing its video sharing site while it implements stricter anti-piracy screening.
Sales of CDs in the US for the first three months of 2007 were 20% less than the same period last year..
Los Angeles Airport (CA) - The Airbus A380 made a quiet departure from Los Angeles International Airport last evening. Scheduled for an approximate departure time of 7:30 pm, the world’s largest commercial plane left early at 6:20 pm citing that the crew completed pre-flight preparations earlier than expected.
Throughout the evening, approximately 500 spectators lined up along the south side of LAX on Imperial Hill in hopes of seeing the A380 depart for its 12 ½ return flight back to Toulouse, France – home of Airbus headquarters.
Rental chain Movie Gallery announced this week that it has plans to enter the arena of online DVD renting.
A new Hillary Clinton mashup video has received more than a million views on YouTube, underlining a new trend for political campaigns.
Bringing March Madness to the online video forefront, CBS today announced a new advertising partnership with Pontiac to bring NCAA game highlights to YouTube.
Hannover (Germany) - The battle between the HD DVD and Blu-ray camps has gone into a new round at Cebit - with HD DVD promoters touting the formats advantages and almost claiming victory over Blu-ray, while a Sony executive told TG Daily that he expects the format war to be over within one year.
Hannover (Germany) - Following Microsoft's Origami campaign last year, we expected a world-changing mobile PC - and were disappointed by a product that was too large, too slow, too expensive and lacked important wireless features. Samsung has redesigned its Q1 for 2007 - and believes that the Q1 Ultra will fill the Q1's gaps. But we still have the impression that UMPCs remain half-baked products.