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Mea Culpa: Intel Corporation's XMM 7360 Is Better Than I Thought

While I'll save the discussion of Intel's mobile system-on-chip roadmap for a future article -- there's a lot to talk about -- I would like to follow up my recent article on the competitive positioning of Intel's cellular with an update following ... Motley Fool, 2 months ago
PhysOrg.com

Speeding bullet galaxy observed slamming into galaxy cluster

09:50, Astronomy & Space/Astronomy XMM-Newton flux image of RXCJ2359.3-6042. All three detectors were combined after the exposure correction in the [0.5-2.0] keV band. A scale of three arcmin is shown with a bar. Credit: arXiv:1501.02371 ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago Hyperactive Galaxy Seen Smashing into Massive Cluster  Softpedia1 week ago Abell 4067 shows collision of two galaxy clusters  Nanowerk1 week ago Astronomers witness galaxies collide like a bullet and a target  Red Orbit1 week ago
Channel Times

CES 2015: Lenovo Unveils New Intel-Powered P90 Smartphone

Unveiled today at CES, the Lenovo P90 is the first smartphone to use Intel's latest Atom Z3560 processor and 5-mode XMM 7262 modem. The smartphone pairs the high end hardware with a colorful body that weighs 156g and is a mere 8.5mm thick. The ...
 PC Perspective2 weeks ago Smartphones at CES 2015 indicate brand shift  ECN1 week ago Intel Corporation Wins a Lenovo Smartphone  Motley Fool2 weeks ago CES 2015: Lenovo Launches 13 inch Laptops, Other Products  Channel Times2 weeks ago
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Space.com

XMM-Newton spots monster black hole hidden in tiny galaxy

First impressions can be deceptive - astronomers have used ESA's X-ray satellite XMM-Newton to find a massive black hole hungrily feeding within a tiny dwarf galaxy, despite there being no hint of this black hole from optical observations. The ...
 Space Daily1 month ago 15 year old XMM-Newton still going strong  Noodls1 month ago Monster Black Hole Caught Feeding in Galaxy Crash  Space.com1 week ago Now THAT'S a monster black hole: Incredible images reveals two colliding galaxies as one 'gorges' while the other hides away  Capital Bay2 weeks ago
PhysOrg.com

Image: Multicoloured view of supernova remnant

Credit: ESA/XMM-Newton & NASA/Chandra (X-ray); NASA/WISE/Spitzer (Infrared) Most celestial events unfold over thousands of years or more, making it impossible to follow their evolution on human timescales. Supernovas are notable exceptions, the ...
 PhysOrg.com1 month ago

Space scientists at the University of Leicester celebrate 15 years in space for ESA's XMM-Newton satellite

Images available to download at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cazkjemo3sjb6lo/AAArD0vbMCmHF9IUkHSMi2bia-dl=0 Space scientists at the University of Leicester have this month been marking an important milestone for a space mission with a strong ...
 Noodls1 month ago
Labmate Online

Deflating Claims That ESA Craft Has Spotted Dark Matter

Yesterday, we posted news that data from the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton spacecraft had been interpreted as a possible sign of dark matter; researchers noted that a spike in X-ray emissions from two different celestial objects, the Andromeda ...
 Slashdot1 month ago The Rosetta Mission Is Over! Was It Worth the Wait?  Labmate Online1 month ago Did a European spacecraft detect dark matter?  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago Does Dark Matter Exist? Unusual X-Ray Signal Coming From Space Suggests It Does  International Business Times1 month ago
Softpedia

Bizarre Cosmic Signal Believed to Be Tangible Evidence of Dark Matter

Researchers say the odd signal detected with the help of the XMM-Newton spacecraft comes from no known particle or atom Distant signal might be tangible evidence of dark matter 5 photos VIEW ALL Researchers with Switzerland's École ...
 Softpedia1 month ago New Signal May Be Evidence of Dark Matter  Sci-Tech Today1 month ago Signal May Be Proof of Dark Matter  Sci-Tech Today1 month ago Futurology 21~ possible Dark Matter, not water from comets and more  Mac-nz1 month ago
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Tech Times

ESA XMM-Newton Spots Anomalous X-Ray Emissions that Might be Dark Matter Particle. Why is This Significant?

Scientist discover rare signals from the dark matter of the Perseus and Andromeda Galaxy. If the latest discovery is confirmed it will mark a new era in astronomy. (Photo : Carl Drinkwater) The European Space Agency's XMM-Newton spacecraft has ...
 Tech Times1 month ago Dark Matter Signal Discovered By Scientist  ECanadaNow1 month ago Mystery Solved? Scientist May Have Found Evidence Of Dark Matter  Inquisitr1 month ago Dark matter signal: Weird X-ray emission discovery could usher in new age of astronomy  International Business Times UK1 month ago
Hngn.com

United Nations Declares 2015 'International Year of Light,' Chandra X-Ray Observatory Celebrates (SEE THE STUNNING PHOTOS)

06:24 PM EST This composite image is a celebration of the International Year of Light. (Photo : Chandra X-ray Observatory) This year has been declared the International Year of Light (IYL) by the United Nations, according to a press ...
 Hngn.com9 hours ago Feast Your Eyes On This New Collection Of Spectacular Space Photos  Huffington Post15 hours ago NASA Releases Stunning Space Photos To Kick Off The 'International Year Of Light'  Huffington Post17 hours ago Chandra Celebrates the International Year of Light  Space Fellowship3 days ago
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