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Why Our Antiquated Power Grid Needs Battery Storage
Posted by: Lucas123
backflow

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Imagination To Release Open MIPS Design To Academia
Posted by: DeviceGuru
If you modify it, you must talk to us first if you wish to patent the changes,

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Robots Step Into the Backbreaking Agricultural Work That Immigrants Won't Do
Posted by: HughPickens.com
It's no longer a problem of how much does a strawberry harvester cost,

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Linux 4.1 Bringing Many Changes, But No KDBUS
Posted by: An
The merge window is pretty normal in terms of what got merged too. Just eyeballing the size, it looks like this is going to fit right in — while 4.0 was a bit smaller than usual, 4.1 seems to be smack dab in the middle of the normal range for the last couple of years.

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The World of 3D Portraiture
Posted by: An
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Tiny Robots Climb Walls Carrying More Than 100 Times Their Weight
Posted by: schwit1
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Oculus Rift: 2015 Launch Unlikely, But Not Impossible
Posted by: An
It doesn't sound like Oculus will ship the consumer version of its Oculus Rift VR headset this year, or at least not in very large quantities.

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Vizio, Destroyer of Patent Trolls
Posted by: An
For the first time, it stands a real chance, in a case where it spent more than $1 million to win. Two recent Supreme Court decisions make it easier for victorious defendants to collect fees in patent cases. The TV maker is up against a storied patent plaintiffs' firm, Chicago-based Niro, Haller & Niro, that has fought for Oplus tooth and nail. ... For Vizio, the company feels that it's on the verge of getting vindication for a long-standing policy of not backing down to patent trolls.

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Tesla To Announce Battery-Based Energy Storage For Homes
Posted by: Okian
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Microsoft, Chip Makers Working On Hardware DRM For Windows 10 PCs
Posted by: writertype
Older generations of PCs used software-based DRM technology. The new hardware-based technology will know who you are, what rights your PC has, and won’t ever allow your PC to unlock the content so it can be ripped. ... Unfortunately, it looks like the advent of PlayReady 3.0 could leave older PCs in the lurch. Previous PlayReady technology secured content up to 1080p resolution using software DRM—and that could be the maximum resolution for older PCs without PlayReady 3.0.

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NVIDIA Quadro M6000 12GB Maxwell Workstation Graphics Tested Showing Solid Gains
Posted by: MojoKid
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We'll Be the Last PC Company Standing, Acer CEO Says
Posted by: Velcroman1
There are only four or five players in the PC industry, and all of us are survivors,

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Intel 'Compute Stick' PC-Over-HDMI Dongle Launched, Tested
Posted by: MojoKid
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Japan Looks To Distributed Control Theory To Manage Energy Market Deregulation
Posted by: Hallie
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Learn About FIRST's New Embedded Linux Controller (Video)
Posted by: Our
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The Logistics of an eSports Tournament
Posted by: An
The infrastructure behind such an event is the most challenging task,

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USPS Shortlists 'HorseFly' Octocopter Drone Delivery Service
Posted by: An
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Robot Workers' Real Draw: Reducing Dependence on Human Workers
Posted by: HughPickens.com
Machines aren't used because they perform some tasks that much better than humans, but because, in many cases, they do a

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AMD Publishes New 'AMDGPU' Linux Graphics Driver
Posted by: An
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For High-End CPUs, Qualcomm Ditches TSMC For Samsung
Posted by: An
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