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Swiftec MCP50X pump, and Maelstrom V2 coolant storage & recirculation system
Long Beach, Calif., July 28, 2014, 10:45 Pacific Standard Time - Rouchon Industries Inc., dba Swiftech® (OTC Pink Current: RCHN) announced the release of two new offerings today: the MCP50X pump, and Maelstrom V2 coolant storage & recirculation system.
The most salient characteristic of the MCP50X pump is its impressive power: despite a compact foot print of only 2x2”, this 12VDC centrifugal pump features 4.8MH20 of head pressure, an industry best to date. Such high pressure capability allows the MCP50X to push more flow than competing products in complex liquid cooling systems where multiple devices are installed. The MCP50X is PWM controlled, and its speed ranging from 1300 to 4500 RPM is adjustable via the motherboard. With an MTBF of 50,000 hours and thanks to its ceramic impeller shaft held at both ends, and resin-encased stator & electronics the MCP50X has an excellent resistance to shocks, vibrations, and weather, making it a perfect candidate for numerous other industrial applications. The product is covered by a 3-year limited warranty and available now at an MSRP of $69.95Read more...
Headlines & Global NewsMicrosoft Sues Samsung Over Patent Disputes
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As a result of Samsung's non-compliance of its agreement with Microsoft, the software giant has filed a patent-royalty suit against Samsung. Microsoft, the biggest software company, is suing the world leader in smartphone business, Samsung ,for breaching its ...
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Wall Street JournalWill This Billionaire Bring $3-a-Month Phone Plans to US?
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Xavier Niel, founder of French broadband Internet provider Iliad, says in an interview that he sees huge potential in the U.S. market. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. PARIS—When Iliad SA ILD.FR -7.01% Iliad S.A. France: Paris €191.55 -14.45 -7.01% ...
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Android Headlines - Android NewsIt's official: You can now legally carrier-unlock your mobile in the US
President Obama has signed off on the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, meaning that, in the US, people can take their mobile phone and unlock it from the carrier that sold it to them. President Obama signs the Unlocking Consumer ...
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ReutersL.A. residents call 911 to complain about Facebook outage
During an early morning outage of Facebook on Friday, some Los Angeles residents thought it would be a smart idea to call 911 emergency services to ask when Facebook service would be restored. In fact, the number of calls grew to such a large number ...
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Android Headlines - Android NewsOMG! Flappy Bird Is Back (Kinda)
Not only is it Friday, but we have some seriously good gaming news. Are you sitting down? Cause if not, you might want to. Flappy Bird, the mobile sensation that was pulled from app stores back in February, is back. Kind of. Creator Dong Nguyen just ...
'Flappy Bird' is Back… on Amazon Fire TV
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Times of IndiaApple closes $3-bn acquisition of headphone co Beats, to lay off 200
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Apple has formally closed its $3-billion acquisition of Beats Music and Beats Electronics and said it would lay off 200 of its workers. In a post on its website on Friday Apple welcomed Beats “to the family” but gave no clear indication as to how the headphone ...
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ReutersTesla Teams with Panasonic for Gigafactory, Still Hasn't Chosen Site Location
Panasonic is expected to be Tesla Motors' main partner in the Gigafactory, according to the automaker's CEO Elon Musk, and that position was likely solidified with Panasonic's planned investment in the plant. According to Tesla, Panasonic -- which already ...
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Apple gets early approval for $450 mn settlement in e-book case
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NEW YORK - Apple has received preliminary approval for its $450 million settlement in an e-book price fixing case. Apple was accused of improperly inflating the amount consumers paid for e-books in response to cost-cutting by competitor Amazon.com.
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ReutersHyundai recalls more than 419000 cars, SUVs
Hyundai said Friday that more than 419,000 Santa Fe and Vera Cruz SUVs and Sonata midsize cars have been recalled for suspension, brake and oil leak problems. By The Associated Press • Published: August 2, 2014. Advertisement ...
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ZDNetMicrosoft ordered to hand over overseas email, throwing EU privacy rights in the ...
msft (Image: Microsoft, via CNET/CBS Interactive). A US judge has ordered Microsoft to hand over foreign data it stores back to the US, despite allegedly strong privacy protections in Europe to mitigate such processes.
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