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A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Storage and Memory

A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Storage and Memory

Digital data storage solutions were a hot topic at the CeBIT this year. As storage capacities threaten to fly through the roof, many companies are striving to stand out in the crowd by developing more efficient cooling systems and decreasing ...

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A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Ultra Mobile PC’s

A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Ultra Mobile PC’s

Several interesting ultra mobile PCs (UMPC) were launched at the recent Cebit 2008 show. As more and more companies enter this field, there is a steady improvement in the ultra mobile PC’s processing power, features, and battery life. Here are ...

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Smart Fabrics Monitor Physiological Signs

Smart Fabrics Monitor Physiological Signs

The Zephyr Company, based in New-Zealand, has developed advanced fabrics that can monitor physiological signs. The company’s Smart Fabric technology is based on sensors that are woven into a person’s clothes and can gather and transmit real-time physiological data, such ...

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WIFI Sharing Technology Developed

WIFI Sharing Technology Developed

The German company Cuculus released the first details on its upcoming WIFI sharing technology. The company developed a software which splits a single wireless network (found on many homes these days) into two completely separated ones. After installing the software ...

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New GPS Camera Module Launched

New GPS Camera Module Launched

The Taiwanese company Tekom demonstrated on CeBIT 2007 a GPS module for cameras. The small “GPS locator” records the location and movements of the user on a 32MB internal memory and when connected to a PC calibrates the GPS data ...

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World’s Largest LCD TV – 108 Inch

World’s Largest LCD TV – 108 Inch

This 108-inch mammoth is the largest LCD TV ever made, which is manufactured by Sharp and currently on display in Cebit 2007. The screen, measures 93.9-inches wide by 52.9-inches high, uses 8th generation glass substrates which enables to produce LCD ...

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