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Flight Deals to Scotland
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Flight Deals to Scotland

It is harder to get cheap flight deals in August when everyone is traveling on vacation. The AirScotland company makes some very attractive last minute offers. An opportunity to make tourist trips in Scotland in August AirScotland has connections from Scotland to tourist cities such as Alicante, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, ​​Tenerife… through cheap flights: Edinburgh , Glasgow Aberdeen and Newcastle.

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Advances in computing: anti-virus for mobile phones

In recent months there has been a worrying proliferation in viruses that attack mobile phones. That is why the Finnish company F-Secure has created a new security program to combat new viruses that many experts fear could become as serious a problem as the problem created by viruses that attack the Windows program.
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How to make connections and splices

Electricity: Basic Knowledge Making a connection is joining one cable to another or attaching a cable to a plug, a junction box or an electrical appliance. A splice is a type of connection between two sections of a conductor, it is to join two conductor cables to form a longer one.A derivation, on the contrary, is a type of connection that allows a new outlet to be obtained from another line existing, such as installing a new socket in a room.
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Ryanair: one million seats free

For six days Ryanair will launch an offer of one million free seats. The offer will end next Monday at midnight. These are the characteristics of Ryanair's offer: Price of flights: € 0.01 (including taxes, fees and charges) Deadline to book flights: 05-16-07 a 05-21-07 Period when you can travel: 02.
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Nanobots control

Robert A. Freitas Jr., author of the series of books "Nanomedicine", has just published a new theoretical work of great relevance on the various aspects of the control of medical nanobots, in which he hints at future discussions on this topic. The chapter is about 5.2 Mb in size and a pre-print version can be downloaded from Freita's nanomedicine website.
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Apple and Cisco share the name iPhone

According to an article published on February 22, 2007 on BBCNews.com, Apple and Cisco Systems have resolved their dispute, agreeing that they will both be able to use the name iPhone for their respective products. As for the financial terms of the deal, they have not been disclosed. The dispute began last month, when Apple announced that its new mobile phone combined with iPod would be called the iPhone; The reason is that Cisco had registered that name in 2000, when it acquired the Infogear company.
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Microsoft Ads Service

Microsoft has launched a public beta of its PubCenter advertising service, offering more than one alternative to Google's AdSense service and Yahoo's Publisher Network technology that places ads on content creators' websites. All services examine content from a website and place advertisements that the service deems relevant to that content.
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Google's mobile phone

According to this article in The Wall Street Journal, Google could be about to bid for the purchase of wireless spectrum (a space in the airwaves that can be used to offer mobile phone and Internet services) in a Federal Communications Commission in January. According to people familiar with the subject, Google would be preparing a solo offer, without any partner, which could be about 4.
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VoIP: America Online offers Internet phone

This week America Online confirmed that within a month it will introduce its new Internet phone service. AOL's offering will compete with traditional telephone companies, cable companies as well as the many emerging companies that offer a telephone call service over the Internet.
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Nanotechnology in Malaysia

The Malaysian government will establish a National Innovation Center and a network of Innovation Centers of Excellence as an initiative to accelerate national innovation and commercialization activities, said its Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak after presiding over the fourth meeting of the National Innovation. Council held this week.
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Google Maps Australia

According to an article published on February 6, 2007 on PCAdvisor.co.uk, Google has relaunched its Google Maps Australia service. The version released this week, by contrast, is on par with its counterparts in the US and the UK. Including satellite imagery and local maps, directions and support for Google Maps on mobile phones, the service offers not only extensive content for keen snoopers, but also stiff competition for Australia's online Yellow Pages service, by adding extensive service. of online business searches.
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Nanotechnology and cycling

06/12: Nanotechnology and cycling For the first time, the use of carbon nanotechnology carried out at the Bianchi headquarters in Treviglio has enabled the company to reduce the weight of its main HoC road bike frames by 30: the FG Lite C (aluminum / carbon), the FG Lite A (aluminum only) and the 928 C SL (all carbon).
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Nanotechnology: programs for teachers

03/06: Nanotechnology: “Research Experience for Teachers” program The “Research Experience for Teachers” (RET) program in science and technology at the nanoscale is part of the participation of the University of Washington in the National Infrastructure Network for Nanotechnology ( NNIN). This program allows high school science teachers to participate in a ten-day immersion in a laboratory each summer, where they become familiar with the rapidly growing field of science and engineering at the nanoscale, receive help to develop teaching tools and their enthusiasm and effectiveness are increased to encourage students to pursue nanotechnology-related careers.
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8 keys to understanding the Extrajudicial Payment Agreement

Without a doubt, one of the most important novelties that the so-called “Entrepreneurs Law” (Law 14/2013 to support entrepreneurs and their internationalization) has introduced is the so-called Extrajudicial Payment Agreement. The keys to understanding what it consists of This novel legal figure could be summarized as follows: 1) It is a modification (one more) of Bankruptcy Law 22/2003, whose intention is to prevent, as far as possible, that companies with financial problems go directly to the Contest Creditors.
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New report on the global market for metal oxide nanoparticles

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the report "The Global Market for Metal Oxide Nanoparticles to2020" to its offering. Metal oxide nanoparticles have novel electronic, optical, magnetic, chemical-catalytic and mechanical properties, from a high surface-volume ratio to the effect of quantum size.
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Holographic technology to store data

Optware is developing a technology capable of storing data between 100GB and 1TB, with a data transmission speed of 100Mbps to 1Gbps on discs that are the same diameter as current CDs and DVDs. It also plans to develop a 30GB capacity credit card. According to its CEO, Optware aims to pioneer the creation of international standards for holographic data storage technology.
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How to make DNA nanofactories and computers

06/20: Beyond Biology: How to Make DNA Nanofactories and Computers Nanotechnology researchers are using DNA in tiny mechanical devices and as a template for electronic circuits. The latest DNA constructs include microscopic patterns, small motors, and molecular assembly lines.
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International congress on nanotechnology

ONAMI's sixth congress: Proposals for speeches and posters are invited After the enormous success achieved last year, the best “small technology” congress in the United States returns for the sixth consecutive year, co-organized by the Washington Technology Center and the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI).
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Russia foresees a favorable economic impact of Nanotechnology

According to Russian Prime Minister Sergey Ivanov, the economic impact of the use of nanotechnologies in certain fields will benefit Russia much more than all the space and nuclear projects of the former USSR. “Scientists and specialists believe that the use of certain nanotechnologies will not It will give more than all the space and nuclear projects of the Soviet Union combined, "Ivanov said in a meeting with young Russian activists.
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Congress on bending speed

How to achieve a curvature propulsion system to travel at a speed greater than the speed of light will be studied. Next Thursday, the British Interplanetary Society will bring together physicists from different backgrounds in a conference entitled "Faster than Light: Breaking the Interstellar Distance Barrier". According to one of the organizers, Kelvin Long: “The main objective is to improve the knowledge about this dark field of research between the theory of general relativity and that of the quantum field and to attract new researchers, especially young people, to work on the problems technical ”.
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Watering plants with bottle

Surely you have a high probability of being among those who dry out their plants because you forget to water them or those who kill them due to excess water. Neither, nor so much.How to water your plants well? One way for the plants to have a good irrigation system and to collect the water they need can be done with a little patience and some simple materials.
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