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Backblaze's 6 TB Hard Drive Face-Off
Posted by: Esra
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Economists Say Newest AI Technology Destroys More Jobs Than It Creates
Posted by: HughPickens.com
We're going to enter a world in which there's more wealth and less need to work,

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Touring a Carnival Cruise Simulator: 210 Degrees of GeForce-Powered Projection
Posted by: MojoKid
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The Joker Behind the Signetics 25120 Write-Only Memory Chip Hoax
Posted by: New
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Telepresence Store Staffed Remotely Using Robots
Posted by: Molly
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The Personal Computer Revolution Behind the Iron Curtain
Posted by: szczys
The biggest problem was a lack of modern technologies. There were a lot of skilled and clever people in eastern countries, but they had a lot of problems with the elementary technical things. Manufacturing of electronics parts was divided into diverse countries of Comecon – The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance. In reality, it led to an absurd situation: You could buy the eastern copy of Z80 (made in Eastern Germany as U880D), but you couldn’t buy 74LS00 at the same time. Yes, a lot of manufacturers made it, but 'it is out of stock now; try to ask next year.' So 'make a computer' meant 50 percent of electronics skills and 50 percent of unofficial social network and knowledge like 'I know a guy who knows a guy and his neighbor works in a factory, where they maybe have a material for PCBs' at those times.

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Apple and Samsung Already Working On A9 Processor
Posted by: itwbennett
Made in America.

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Forbes Blasts Latests Windows 7 Patch as Malware
Posted by: Forbes
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Raspberry Pi In Space
Posted by: mikejuk
When British astronaut Tim Peake heads off to the International Space Station in November, 2015, he will be accompanied on his 6-month mission by two augmented Raspberry Pis, aka Astro Pis. The Astro Pi board is a Raspberry Pi HAT (short for Hardware Attached on Top), and provides a gyroscope, accelerometer, and magnetometer, as well as sensors for temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity. It also has a real time clock, LED display, and some push buttons — it sounds like the sort of addon that we could do with down here on earth as well! It will also be equipped with both a camera module and an infra-red camera. UK school pupils are being challenged to write Raspberry Pi apps or experiments to run in space. During his mission, Tim Peake will deploy the Astro Pis, upload the winning code while in orbit, set them running, collect the data generated and then download it to be distributed to the winning teams.



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OpenMotics Offers Open Source (and Open Hardware) Home Automation
Posted by: Home
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Ask Slashdot: Best Software To Revive PocketPCs With Windows Mobile 5-6?
Posted by: An
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Seagate Bulks Up With New 8 Terabyte 'Archive' Hard Drive
Posted by: MojoKid
something new

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Cardboard Hits Half a Million Mark, Gets an SDK
Posted by: PC
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Apple's iPod Classic Refuses To Die
Posted by: Nerval's
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LG To Show Off New 55-Inch 8K Display at CES
Posted by: MojoKid
4K,

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The Case For Flipping Your Monitor From Landscape to Portrait
Posted by: Molly
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Liquid Cooling On the Rise As Data Centers Crunch Bigger Data
Posted by: 1sockchuck
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Liquid Cooling On the Rise As Data Centers Crunch Bigger Data
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big data

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Robots Modeled On Ancient Fish Help Researchers Study Origins of Extinct Species
Posted by: Hallie
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$35 Quad-core Hacker SBC Offers Raspberry Pi-like Size and I/O
Posted by: DeviceGuru
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