Technology News Archive - May 01, 2008
Applications such as games and quizzes on the popular social networking site Facebook could potentially be used by Web criminals hoping to gain added information in an effort to steal usersâ€™ identities.
Researchers at Hewlett-Packard have made a new discovery in circuitry that may enable computers, cell phones and other devices to hold more memory while taking up less energy than modern technology allows.
Swedish car maker Volvo has plans to create an injury-proof car by 2020 that would allow drivers and passengers to escape unharmed in even the most serious of accidents.
The new movie, â€œSpeed Racer,â€ opens nationally on May 9. Students from UCâ€™s top-ranked design program have been working for weeks to create their own â€œSpeed Racerâ€ concepts, to go on view during Cincinnatiâ€™s â€œSpeed Racerâ€ premiere set for May 6 at Newport-on-the-Levee.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.