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SSDs will Mark the Bankruptcy of Seagate and Western Digital

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Western Digital and Seagate awaiting bankruptcy. As most of us computer users already know, Hard Disk Drives are getting retired because of the newcomer, Solid State Drive. This new technology has finally hit the market hard and by the end of 2010 to mid of 2011, prices will become affordable for all computer users. Right now, SSDs are very expensive but once this happens, there is no way for HDD manufactures... 

Why are Computers Stagnating?

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Evolution or not? Have you noticed that technology is not evolving anymore and when it does, it only makes small leaps as if they were intentionally limited by someone? What you are about to read would probably shock you. You were probably one of those who thought that the technology would evolve faster if it could but it’s not possible so that’s why it doesn’t. Well the truth is that where is... 

France snubs US, will sell warship to Russia

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Dealing Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates a diplomatic slap, France announced Monday it will sell at least one amphibious assault warship to Russia. The sale, the first by a NATO member to Russia, comes despite objections from U.S. and other NATO members and was disclosed while Mr. Gates was visiting Paris. The French sale will help Moscow to begin modernizing its aging armed forces at a time when... 

Black History Month Myth of the Day - Cell Phone Invention

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Dr. Henry T. Sampson and Dr. George H. Miley (both pictured at right), are two engineering professor teaching in Illinois. Though it looks like Sampson has since retired from teaching and now writes books on the history of blacks in theater and movies. In 1971 they jointly obtained a patent for their own version of a “Gamma Electric Cell” they designed to convert gamma rays into electrical output. Sampson... 

Computer Indicates Ancient Europeans more Advanced than Previously Believed

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A device so complicated that “if it had not been discovered in 1901, no-one would have believed it possible” — this is the finding of a (relatively) new study of the famous Antikythera mechanism, dating from 150 BC. Found by chance by sponge divers in the wreck of a Roman vessel off the Greek island of Antikythera, it was at first presumed to be the inner workings of a sophisticated clock... 

We Could Lose the Internet

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You can help Saving the Internet by signing this petition. How much have you already used the Internet today? We don’t think twice about how much we rely on the Internet. Imagine not being able to map directions on Google or check the weather online. A business that doesn’t have a Web site? Forgettable. Or rather, unsearchable. Remember when we didn’t have e-mail? Would you want... 

The new Chinese Fastest Train in the World is A LIE

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Again, we see the conventional mass media going hysterical and yelling about a fantasy-like super Chinese train that reaches 245 mph! They call it “world’s fastest train” but it’s not. It’s a lie! Fastest French train set a new conventional rail record, with a speed of 574.8 kmh (357.16 mph) in 2007! Fastest Japanese maglev train set the world record 581 km/h (361 mph)... 

St-Petersburg: Russian Navy interested in French Hi-Tech ship

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A French amphibious assault ship like the one Russia hopes to buy arrived Monday in St. Petersburg, fueling concern in Georgia and other ex-Soviet nations that Russia is upgrading its navy to intimidate its neighbors. The Mistral military ship, which can carry more than a dozen helicopters along with dozens of tanks and other armored vehicles, would certainly be a modern way to project Russian power. It... 

Volkswaggen overtakes Japanese Toyota as World's Largest Automaker

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Volkswagen Group has displaced Toyota for the first time as the world’s largest car manufacturer in terms of production. The German carmaker produced 4.4 million vehicles in the first nine months of the year, overtaking its Japanese rival by 400,000 units, consulting firm IHS Global Insight said on Wednesday. Volkswagen Group owns a variety of models such as Skoda and Seat and high-end lines... 

Romania to Launch first Space Rocket based on Hydrogen Peroxide

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The Romanian Aeronautics and Cosmonautics Association (ARCA) announced on Wednesday that it will launch in October the country’s first space rocket, in what is the final rehearsal for a 30 million dollar astronautic contest for landing a privately built spacecraft on the moon, initiated by the Google corporation. The rocket dubbed Helen will be launched from a Black Sea platform and is a three-stage... 

German Official Calls for Moon Mission by 2015

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A German moon shot could create jobs and spur technological development, a CDU politician says. Sending a spacecraft to the moon might seem like an ambitious goal for Germany. But a senior government minister has called for just such a mission, arguing that it would create much-needed jobs. Peter Hintze, the German government official responsible for aerospace and space travel, has called for Germany... 
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Israel looking for a port to anchor its new German-built subs

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Submarine warfare seems to be in vogue in the Middle East these days, with Israel leading the way. Iran, Algeria and Egypt are also planning to acquire new submarines that could operate in the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. Israel’s surprise deployment of one of its German-built Dolphin boats, the 1,500-ton Leviathan, in the Red Sea in late June underscored... 

Europe and Russia ready to land on Planet Mars

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An international crew of six men spent 105 days in isolation, imitating a flight to the Red Planet as part of an experiment. It took place at the Institute of Medical and Biological Studies in Moscow and has just finished. America ruled by an African President, Obama is more concerned with Anti-Racism, Political Correctness, Sexual minorities rights, affirmative action, liberalism and other pseudo... 

Leftist SPD pressure Angela Merkel to abandon Nuclear Energy Plans for Germany

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Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, CDU have rejected opposition calls to accelerate the country’s nuclear phase-out. They say Germany should extend the operational life of the nation’s reactors. One day after Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel questioned Germany’s reliance on nuclear fuel, the CDU has made it clear that it has no plans for an energy policy turnabout. On... 

Siemens company fined $100 million by US-based World Bank for "past misconduct"

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German industrial giant Siemens will pay $100 million over 15 years into a fund to fight corruption after probes revealed fraud at its subsidiaries, the jewish World Bank said. Siemens has also agreed not to bid for business from the Washington-based jewish World Bank for two years as part of its punishment following the anti-corruption investigations. “The World Bank Group today announced a... 
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