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Slowing Wind Energy Production Suffers From Lack of Wind
Posted by: HughPickens.com
We never anticipated a drop-off in the wind resource as we have witnessed over the past six months,

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How To Build With Delrin and a Laser Cutter
Posted by: szczys
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Police Body Camera Business All About the Video Evidence Storage
Posted by: Lucas123
There's no contest. They don't care about making money on the cameras,

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Sony Unveils Smartphone With 4K Screen
Posted by: An
display that operates at 4k resolution.

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Intel Launches Onslaught of Skylake CPUs For Laptops, Hybrids and Compute Stick
Posted by: MojoKid
portable

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Mozilla Project Working on Immersive Displays (Video)
Posted by: Yes,
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Citi Report: Slowing Global Warming Could Save Tens of Trillions of Dollars
Posted by: Layzej
business as usual,

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Gaming Computers Offer Huge, Untapped Energy Savings Potential
Posted by: Required
gamers can achieve energy savings of more than 75 percent by changing some settings and swapping out some components, while also improving reliability and performance

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World's Most Powerful Digital Camera Sees Construction Green Light
Posted by: An
Starting in 2022, LSST will take digital images of the entire visible southern sky every few nights from atop a mountain called Cerro Pachón in Chile. It will produce a wide, deep and fast survey of the night sky, cataloging by far the largest number of stars and galaxies ever observed. During a 10-year time frame, LSST will detect tens of billions of objects—the first time a telescope will observe more galaxies than there are people on Earth – and will create movies of the sky with unprecedented details. Funding for the camera comes from the DOE, while financial support for the telescope and site facilities, the data management system, and the education and public outreach infrastructure of LSST comes primarily from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Plunging Battery Prices Expected To Spur Renewable Energy Adoption
Posted by: Lucas123
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OnHub Router -- Google's Smart Home Trojan Horse?
Posted by: An
To us, this looks like Google's smart home Trojan horse.

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AMD's R9 Fury On Open-Source: Prepare for Disappointment, For Now
Posted by: An
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Magnet-Steered Nano-Fish Could Deliver Drugs and Sweep Body Toxins
Posted by: dkatana
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MIAOW Open Source GPU Debuts At Hot Chips
Posted by: alexvoica
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Kenya's iHub Creates Accelerator Program For Tech-Hardware Entrepreneurs
Posted by: An
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A Look At the World's First Virtual Reality Theme Park
Posted by: redletterdave
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Learn FPGAs With a $25 Board and Open Source Tools
Posted by: An
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Canadian Nuclear Accident Study Puts Risks Into Perspective
Posted by: An
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Former Apple CEO Creates an iPhone Competitor
Posted by: An
The hardest part of the design was not coming up with cool-looking designs,

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AMD Unveils Radeon R9 Nano, Targets Mini ITX Gaming Systems With a New Fury
Posted by: MojoKid
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