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Nearly half of the total user-accessible storage being free is apparently not enough as it is the root cause of a tablet's woeful responsiveness.
Magnets are well-known from the physics lessons at school, but they are hardly covered in chemistry lectures; and it is still a chemical process by means of which researchers have succeeded in controlling magnetic properties in bulk ferromagnets. While physical processes may influence the orientation of the magnetic fields, the chemical process in this case controls magnetism in carefully chosen strongly ferromagnetic material systems. The working principle used in this case is similar to the concept of lithium-ion batteries.
A camera that can image the radiation emited by a nuclear reactor from outside its core has been developed by UK researchers
A sophisticated missile made in Russia and launched from a rebel-held region of Ukraine brought down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, which crashed in July 2014, according to the final report by the Dutch Safety Board. The report, which was made public today, says the Boeing 777 was cruising at 33,000 feet on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when the missile warhead detonated just outside the left front window of the cockpit. The airplane was sprayed with hundreds of metal fragments and three crew members in the cockpit were killed instantly by the blast.
The Dodge Momentum Index moved 5.8% higher in September to 133.5 (2000=100) from its August reading of 126.2.
A wireless charger that's compatible with different consumer electronics from different brands is one step closer to becoming a reality thanks to research by electrical engineers at the University of California, San Diego.
Ten general strategies of systems metabolic engineering have been proposed by experts to successfully develop industrial microbial strains.
Nanomaterials: Adding nanofibers to paper more than doubles the number of times it can be recycled