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337 articles from MONDAY 2.7.2012
- MONDAY 2. JULY, 2012
23:57 "Beautiful" Squirrel-Tail Dinosaur Fossil Upends Feather Theory
Forget overgrown lizards—the oldest known meat-eating dinosaur with feathers suggests "probably all" dinosaurs bore plumage, a new study says.
23:48 NASA Unveils Orion Space Capsule for 2014 Test Launch
23:48 Solar Flare's Red Glare: Sun Unleashes Early Fourth of July Fireworks
23:44 A Conversation With Mildred Dresselhaus: Carbon Catalyst for Half a CenturyNicknamed the Queen of Carbon, Mildred Spiewak Dresselhaus studies the fundamental properties of carbon, as insulator one moment, superconductor the next.
23:44 GlaxoSmithKline fined $3bn for healthcare fraud
23:38 Essay: Health Care Mandate Puts a Cranky Uncle in Every Exam RoomThe health care law will affect not only who gets into the examining room, but also what goes on there.
23:36 Why Are We In Denial About The Flaws of Tablets?
Publishers are beginning to figure out that an imperfect form factor means tablets aren't the be-all and end-all.
Users and the iPad are having an extended honeymoon, mostly because it's so much better than what came before -- nothing. But that doesn't mean the iPad and other tablets that share its form factor are perfect, or even close to it. And these devices' failure to deliver in certain roles illustrates just how far short of the ideal they are.
23:34 VIDEO: A look inside the vertical shipThe US Navy is marking the 50th birthday of FLIP, or Floating Instrument Platform, a 355 ft ship which flips from horizontal to a vertical position.
23:26 Food prices could rocket as US harvest continues to wilt in blistering heat
23:19 Whale sanctuary bid falls shortA proposal to declare almost all of the southern Atlantic Ocean a whale sanctuary is defeated at the International Whaling Commission's annual meeting.
23:14 School Lunch Makeover Requires Whole Grains
At least 50 percent of the grains served in U.S. public school lunches must now be whole grains, according to legislation that went into effect Sunday (July 1). In fact, school lunches are in the midst of a makeover — real fruit is replacing frozen fruit bars, pizza is being made with whole wheat crust and sweet potato fries are being substituted for tater tots — all part of an effort aimed at lowering rates of childhood obesity.
23:12 More Women Seek Over-the-Counter Sexual RemediesFemale sexual dysfunction remains a controversial topic, even as it becomes an official diagnosis and companies have begun creating more products to address it.
23:12 HTC Hopes New Droid Incredible 'Beats' CompetitionVerizon Wireless on Thursday will roll out the third incarnation of HTC's Droid Incredible, the first version to run on the carrier's high-speed, 4G LTE data network.
It's also the first smartphone released by Verizon since the carrier's new pricing plan went into effect last week. The new plan sets a flat rate for voice and text, with shared data plans based on data use ranging from $50 for two gigabytes per month to $100 for 10 GB.
Available for a medium-priced $149.99 (after a mail-in rebate) the Droid Incredible 4G LTE (Verizon is no longer releasing new 3G smartphones) runs Android 4.0. For differentiation, the phone features Beats Audio, an "enhanced auto tuning technology that allows users to hear music the way the artist intended." Beats Audio also enhances sound quality for videos and games.
Like its immediate predecessor released last February, the Incredible S, the Incredible 4G LTE has a 4-inch super LCD HD display. The original Droid Incredible, released in April 2010, had a 3.7-inch screen.
The newcomer Incredible packs an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash and a 28-millimeter lens, and a front-facing camera for video chatting. It's the first dual-core Incredible, with a 1.2-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and it also has a mobile hotspot feature to share LTE with as many as 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
Android Beam allows users to share videos and other content by tapping compatible phones together, while Read Later allows users to save online content for when they are offline.
The Incredible 4G LTE joins the stable of Verizon's branded Droid devices, powered by Google's Android operating system, that the carrier says offer a superior user experience compared with other phones. Samsung and Motorola also make Droid phones.
Neil Shah, a wireless industry analyst for Strategy Analytics, told us that "apart from...
23:11 Premature Birth May Raise Risk for Mental Illness, Study ReportsIn a study, young adults in Sweden who were born before 32 weeks of gestation had significantly higher rates of schizophrenia or delusional disorders, depression and bipolar illness.
22:38 Vital Signs: Fear Makes Labor Longer, Study FindsA study found that pregnant women who feared childbirth the most at 32 weeks gestation had an average labor 47 minutes longer than those who were less afraid.
22:38 Green Blog: Do Bears Sense That Hunters Are Afoot?A new study shows that bears in Sweden alter their behavior when hunters are about, which could have a detrimental effect on their ability to survive long winters.
22:36 First State Without An Abortion Clinic?: DNews NuggetsA federal judge temporarily blocks a law that would shut down Mississippi's only remaining abortion clinic.
22:35 Twitter ordered to forfeit Occupy activist's tweets
Twitter must give a court about three months' worth of an Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets, a judge said in a ruling released Monday after the company fought prosecutors' demand for the messages.
22:31 Birthplace of Jesus Listed by UN as World Heritage SiteThe Church of the Nativity, considered by Christians the birthplace of Jesus, has been accepted as a cultural World Heritage Site, becoming the first such site in the Palestinian territories.
22:24 Melon genome sequencedA consortium of nine research centres has obtained the melon genome, a horticultural specie with high economic value around the world. It is the first time that a Spanish initiative that unites private and state-run centres has obtained the complete genome of a higher organism, in this case a plant, which produces flowers and seeds. Also, it has been done by applying massive sequencing technologies.
22:24 Multiple proxy datasets can clarify ancient climate regimes(Phys.org) -- Tree ring and oxygen isotope data from the U.S. Pacific Northwest do not provide the same information on past precipitation, but rather than causing a problem, the differing results are a good thing, according to a team of geologists.
22:24 Scientists study how water condenses to form cloudsResearchers at the University of Bristol with collaborators from ETH-Zurich have shown that the rate of condensation of water on organic aerosol particles in the atmosphere can be very slow, taking many hours for a particle to change in size. This could have significant consequences for understanding how clouds are formed, affecting climate.
22:23 Genes may play role in educational achievementResearchers have identified genetic markers that may influence whether a person finishes high school and goes on to college, according to a national longitudinal study of thousands of young Americans.
22:23 Naturally adhesive: New glues from renewable raw materialsUntil now most adhesives have been manufactured from petroleum-based materials. However, they can also be obtained from renewable raw materials -- for example from proteins, natural rubber, starch, or cellulose. Researchers are working on new formulas for industrial applications.
22:23 Rare leukemia-causing protein discoveredResearchers have discovered a new gene target for leukemia therapy. Researchers found that by inhibiting in animal models the protein Vav3, which controls cell signaling, the development of this leukemia -- known as BCR-ABL lymphoid leukemia -- is delayed.