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Consortium Roadmap Shows 100TB Hard Drives Possible By 2025
Posted by: Lucas123
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Jackie Chan Discs Help Boost Solar Panel Efficiency
Posted by: wbr1
To increase the efficiency of a solar panel by 22%, the researchers at Northwestern bought a copy of Police Story 3: Supercop on Blu-ray; removed the top plastic layer, exposing the recording medium beneath; cast a mold of the quasi-random pattern; and then used the mold to create a photovoltaic cell with the same pattern....The end result is a solar panel that has a quantum efficiency of around 40% — up about 22% from the non-patterned solar panel.

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WaveNET – the Floating, Flexible Wave Energy Generator
Posted by: Zothecula
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Ask Slashdot: Why Is the Power Grid So Crummy In So Many Places?
Posted by: An
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Is LTO Tape On Its Way Out?
Posted by: storagedude
If multiple vendors invest in a technology, it has a good chance of winning over the long haul,

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How the World's First Computer Was Rescued From the Scrap Heap
Posted by: anavictoriasaavedra
Eccentric billionaires are tough to impress, so their minions must always think big when handed vague assignments. Ross Perot's staffers did just that in 2006, when their boss declared that he wanted to decorate his Plano, Texas, headquarters with relics from computing history. Aware that a few measly Apple I's and Altair 880's wouldn't be enough to satisfy a former presidential candidate, Perot's people decided to acquire a more singular prize: a big chunk of ENIAC, the

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Samsung Shows 'Eye Mouse' For People With Disabilities
Posted by: Samsung
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How Intel and Micron May Finally Kill the Hard Disk Drive
Posted by: itwbennett
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How the Pentagon's Robots Would Automate War
Posted by: rossgneumann
transformational advances

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Corning Reveals Gorilla Glass 4, Promises No More Broken IPhones
Posted by: An
Corning introduced next-generation Gorilla Glass, which it said is ten times tougher than any competitive cover glass now in the market. The company says that the Gorilla Glass 4 so launched is to address the No.1 problem among the smartphones users- screen breakage due to everyday drops.

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Samsung Seeking To Block Nvidia Chips From US Market
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Eizo Debuts Monitor With 1:1 Aspect Ratio
Posted by: jones_supa
The extended vertical space is convenient for displaying large amounts of information in long windows, reducing the need for excess scrolling and providing a more efficient view of data,

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Linux On a Motorola 68000 Solder-less Breadboard
Posted by: New
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Molecular Clusters That Can Retain Charge Could Revolutionize Computer Memory
Posted by: jfruh
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Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Hackable Car?
Posted by: An
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Microsoft Rolls Out Robot Security Guards
Posted by: An
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Intel Planning Thumb-Sized PCs For Next Year
Posted by: angry
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CMI Director Alex King Talks About Rare Earth Supplies (Video 2)
Posted by: Yesterday
rare earths.

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Lessons Learned From Google's Green Energy Bust
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US Intelligence Unit Launches $50k Speech Recognition Competition
Posted by: coondoggie
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