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Ken Shirriff's blog -
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|| 06/29/2017 ||
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|| 06/20/2017 ||
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The murder remote -
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Scientists Store an Operating System, a Movie and a Computer Virus on DNA - Just last year, Microsoft purchased 10 Million strands of synthetic DNA from San Francisco DNA synthesis startup called Twist Bioscience and collaborated with researchers from the University of Washington to focus on using DNA as a data storage medium.
From Nony
|| 11/15/2016 ||
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Control room design - 40 years of control room design in 10 minutes. Amazing analysis of what control rooms look like, and what they can tell us about the way power works.
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Apple announces new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Touch ID, and USB-C - The Verge - The main attraction of Apple’s "Hello Again" event today has just been made official with the new 2016 MacBook Pro. It’s been a very long time since Apple meaningfully redesigned its flagship laptop, which has felt somewhat neglected with only the addition of a Force Touch trackpad as a major change in the past two years. But today Apple is rectifying all that in a big way with a fundamentally redesigned MacBook Pro.
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Now you can buy a USB stick that destroys anything in its path | ZDNet - Because who doesn't need a weaponized USB stick?
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Xiaomi's first laptop, the Mi Notebook Air, looks an awful lot like a Macbook Air, but costs less: Shanghaiist - Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi is known for offering quality products at budget prices, whether it's phones, drones, Segways or air purifiers. However, it seems like they have been missing one of the more obvious products, until now.
From Nony
|| 07/21/2016 ||
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How Chip Cards Work - If you've spent any time overseas in the past decade or two, you would have noticed that all credit cards have little chips embedded into them. Also, instead of swiping credit cards horizontally on the side of a card reader when checking out, you place them into a slot on the front. This is EMV Technology (also known as smart cards or chip cards). Named after Europay, MasterCard and Visa, it is a global payment technology standard that uses a small microprocessor embedded in a credit card to transfer information from customer to business.
From Nony
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Robotic Beauty Exhibited During World Robot Conference - Genminoid F is a humanoid robot with the appearance of a woman. So maybe Azprick could have a GF after all.
From Roddy
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The video card inside the computer overgrown by mushrooms - Guy covered his computer and he did not use it about a month. It shut down a few minutes after switching on. Dude decided to see what is going on. Inside, it was not dirty, but the video was overgrown mushrooms.
From Nony
|| 03/31/2015 ||
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At last.. It's the C64p'age - Hey, I've been working on this for a very long time.. But at last, it is finished!My aim was the build a C64DTV based laptop that looks like the real deal, not a bodgy mod!So here it is, a Commodore C64p Laptop.
From Nony
|| 03/23/2015 ||
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SanDisk pushes MicroSD to 200GB - SanDisk has managed to cram 200GB of memory into a MicroSD card.

WOW
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MacBook Air survives 1000-foot, 125mph fall from plane | 9to5Mac - A South African pilot appears to have taken the name of his MacBook Air a little too literally, managing to drop it from the light aircraft he was flying when the canopy flew open. The MacBook, along with his flying license and logbook, fell 1000 feet into the fields below–but amazingly survived the experience.
From Nony
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Inside the pages of a 1981 Radio Shack catalog - When you choose TRS-80, you are choosing the most popular computer in the world!

Showing my age ... actually used some of this
From Nony
|| 01/20/2015 ||
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3D-Blog -
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The Insanely Great History of Apple 3.0 - Newly refreshed with a bevy of recent Apple products including the iPad Air 2, iMac with 5K Display, iPhone 6, and even next year’s Apple Watch, the world's most comprehensive mapping of Apple products is back, and is now printed on demand on beautiful exhibition canvas! This classic gallery of proprietary gadgets displays every computer, handheld, peripheral, software, and operating system released by Apple from 1976 onward. Over 500 items in all, chronicling how Apple has invented—and reinvented—insanely great products.
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Inside the building where Apple tortures the iPhone 6 | The Verge - A few blocks away from Apple's bustling campus in Cupertino is a rather nondescript building. Inside is absolutely the last place on earth you'd want to be if you were an iPhone. It's here where Apple subjects its newest models to the kinds of things they might run into in the real world: drops, pressure, twisting, tapping. Basically all the things that could turn your shiny gadget into a small pile of metal and glass.
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Australian man had a microchip inserted into hand to use iPhone 6 | Mail Online - A Brisbane man is living the life of the future after having a microchip implanted under his skin so he can control electronic devices with just a wave of a hand.Ben Slater had a radio-frequency identification microchip - which has similar measurements to a grain of rice - injected into his left hand through a syringe two weeks ago at a Melbourne tattoo parlour.
From Nony
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Reversible USB cable enters production - PC & Tech Authority - A new type of USB connector that will completely overhaul current specifications is about to enter production.
From Nony
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New Type Of Computer Capable Of Calculating 640TBs Of Data In One Billionth Of A Second, Could Revolutionize Computing | IFLScience - Let me introduce The Machine- HP’s latest invention that could revolutionize the computing world. According to HP, The Machine is not a server, workstation, PC, device or phone but an amalgamation of all these things. It’s designed to be able to cope with the masses of data produced from the Internet of Things, which is the concept of a future network designed to connect a variety of objects and gadgets.
From Nony
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Winnipeg ATM hacked by 14-year-olds using manual found online - A pair of precocious Winnipeg high school students are making headlines this week for hacking into a Bank of Montreal ATM using an old operators manual found online. Neither Matthew Hewlett or Caleb Turon, both 14, are facing any type of charges related to the incident, however. Quite the contrary — they're actually being applauded for exposing a security risk to the bank.
From Nony
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The Norwegian army is driving tanks with the Oculus Rift. - Parallel parking is really difficult. If you practice enough, you can get to a good place with it, but even the most expert parkers can cut too early or too late sometimes. But when you're driving a military tank, the visibility situation is even worse, and a mistake could be more dangerous than hitting a bumper or having to start over. So the Norwegian Armed Forces are using the Oculus Rift to give tank drivers 360-degree virtual reality vision.
From Nony
|| 04/04/2014 ||
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Server Porn - Featuring the best in daily server, cables, parts
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Kinky PC Demo Allows For Virtual Sex, Robot Handjobs - I remember reading a magazine article twenty years ago that was about virtual sex. And how gadgets and games were going to change the way we knock boots forever. Well, it didn't really happen, but hey, twenty years later and humanity is giving it another shot.
From Nony
|| 06/12/2013 ||
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Apple - Mac Pro - W A N T
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The 'Aspirin Point': Micro-Ergonomics, Anyone? - It'll be a while yet before full-blown computers get there, but storage devices are finally starting to hit what I'll call the "aspirin point."
From Nony
|| 06/01/2013 ||
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Screensiz.es -
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Apple looks to protect dropped iPhones by shifting their orientation mid-flight - An Apple invention discovered on Thursday describes a system that could potentially save the most fragile components of an iPhone, such as the glass screen, by detecting when a device is falling and shifting the handset's center of mass to control its landing.
From Nony
|| 02/24/2013 ||
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Fastest Computer in the World - Here’s one for all you tech people out there. If you’re as much as slightly interested in computers, you’ve probably wondered what is the world’s fastest computer.
From Nony
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Dell’s bold plan to reinvent itself: A USB-sized PC that gives access to Windows - Dell is working on a projected currently called “Ophelia” that is “a complete, self-contained PC” that also happens to be as big as a USB thumb drive. But the killer feature of Ophelia is that it uses “virtual instances of… operating systems running in the cloud” to give users access to “Windows, Mac OS, Google’s Chrome OS, Dell’s custom cloud solutions, Citrix cloud software, and even Google’s Chrome OS.” Let’s take a step back and think about what this really means. If you plug Ophelia into a flat-panel television, it will connect to the nearest Wi-Fi network and give you access to any type of operating system or app that is running virtually somewhere in the cloud.
From Popper
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What does your tech man-cave look like? - We’re inviting you to send us a photo and show us what your PC and tech area looks like. The desk, chair, PC, displays, mouse, cabling – the whole glorious mess.
From Nony
|| 01/25/2012 ||
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MakerBot Replicator™ - MakerBot Replicator™ is the ultimate personal 3D printer, with single or dual extrusion (2-color printing)--and a bigger printing footprint, giving you the superpower to print things BIG!
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British Researchers Set Out to Build Charles Babbage's Steam Computer | News & Opinion | PCMag.com - British researchers announced plans this week to finally build Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine, a gear-based proto-computer conceived of but never constructed by the 19th century inventor. The Science Museum of London team, led by former museum curator Doron Swade and programmer John Graham-Cumming, says the project will take a decade and cost millions of dollars.
From Nony
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Sharp PC-1500 and TRS-80 PC-2 pocket computers resource page - The Sharp PC-1500 is an 8-bit pocket computer introduced in 1982. It is capable of running programs written in BASIC or can be used as a calculator. It can also be programmed in LH-5801 machine code. The Tandy TRS-80 PC-2 (Radio Shack) is the same machine with a different keyboard layout. The Sharp PC-1500A is the same guy with more RAM.
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HP single-handedly destroys non-iPad tablet market - After less than two months on sale, HP has pulled the plug on the TouchPad tablet and is so desperate to get rid of them that it is having a firesale, selling the 16GB TouchPad for $99 and the 32GB model for $149. But not only has HP killed the TouchPad, it has also single-handedly destroyed the entire non-iPad tablet market.
From Nony
|| 07/31/2011 ||
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The Maximite Story - This is the story of developing the Maximite, a small computer described elsewhere on this site. It is not a particularly riveting story (like "The Soul of a New Machine") but it does illustrate the ups and downs of creating a complex device.It started with a simple idea and the thought "how hard could it be?" and ended up with a three month marathon and a remarkably complex and sophisticated device.
From Nony
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IBM announces computer memory breakthrough - IBM Thursday announced a breakthrough in computer memory technology, which may lead to the development of solid-state chips that can store as much data as NAND flash technology but with 100 times the performance and vastly greater lifespan.
From Nony
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YouTube - Paper computer shows flexible future for smartphones and tablets - PaperPhone is the world's first nextgen, thin film smartphone and interactive paper computer. It is based on a 3.7" flexible electrophoretic (E Ink) display that does not consume electricity when it is not refreshed. Thinfilm sensors allow the phone to respond to bending of the screen to navigate pages in ebooks, play or pause mp3s, make phone calls, or navigate apps. A flexible wacom tablet allows users to draw on the screen with a pen as if it were a sheet of paper.
From Nony
|| 04/08/2011 ||
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Chinese Magical Hard-Drive - A couple of days ago a customer has brought a broken 500Gb USB-drive that he had bought in a Chinese store across the river, for an insanely low price. But the drive was not working: if you, say, save a movie onto the drive, playing the saved movie back resulted in replaying just the last 5 minutes of the film.
From Nony
|| 03/26/2011 ||
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Henge Docking Stations For Macs - Mac laptop users finally have a clean looking and space saving solution for using their MacBook or MacBook Pro like a desktop at home. Built to work with the majority of modern Apple portable computers from 2008 onwards (except the Air), this sleek dock positions the computer vertically without limiting access to your optical drive, or external peripherals like iPod docks and external hard drives. Each dock also uses Apple’s own MagSafe power adapter cable, so there’s no need for a separate power cord to juice up the dock. Sadly only docks for 13-inch models are currently available, so 15-inch and 17-inch owners will have to hop on the pre-order list to get notified on when they can buy one of their own. Henge is also offering a discount if users buy more than one and we’re looking to get our hands on one for a full review.
From Nony
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Spintronics: A New Way To Store Digital Data - Scientists at the University of Utah have taken an important step toward the day when digital information can be stored in the spin of an atom's nucleus, rather than as an electrical charge in a semiconductor.
From Popper
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Keepshooting® : Your Online Firearm, Sporting Goods, Military Surplus Store in Maryland MD - something to keep NeoCon from posting his usual crap.
From Nony
|| 04/16/2010 ||
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Commodore - Still alive and kicking!
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|| 12/18/2009 ||
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The Intel Core Custom Challenge - eye candy for the geeks amongst us
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Recession Wipes Out Hardware Upstartsom - How long does it take for a global recession to crush a hardware start-up? Oh, about nine months.
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192 Gigabyte Gresso Enigma USB Flash Drive | Gadgets - But it’s not only one flash drive of 192 GB. The Enigma star contains three flash cards, each holding 64 GB. All of the gadgets are made of 200 year old African Blackwood encrusted with diamonds and yellow and white gold. A truly chic gadget! Particularly taking into consideration its price – one Enigma flash drive costs about $10,000.
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Insane Wife Handcuffs Herself to Her Husband - Police say Sun told them she wanted to have a full conversation with husband Robert Drawbough without him leaving. Police say she changed the locks on their bedroom and handcuffed herself to Drawbough while he was asleep.
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250 DVDs in a Quarter-Sized Device -- Coming Soon? - "The density achievable with the technology we've developed could potentially enable the contents of 250 DVDs to fit onto a surface the size of a quarter," said Xu.
From Popper
|| 02/09/2009 ||
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Yes! It's the cardboard PC! - Green is the new black, or so it seems. So an enterprising designer’s inked plans to build a desktop PC that does away with the traditional metal and plastic exterior, in favour of… er… cardboard.
From Nony
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Bulletproof Vest Saves Arizona Sheriff - Hit with a .410 shotgun blast.
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New Apple ads tweak Microsoft marketers - Apple has fired back in the latest round of the Mac versus PC ad wars with two commercials tweaking Microsoft's marketing strategies. One nice thing about having a sick girlfriend is a guilt-free weekend in front of a dozen or so college and pro football games. Apple released two new Mac vs. PC ads for that sedentary audience to ponder in between kickoffs this weekend, though both ads seemed to be tailored more for the tech industry than NFL fans.
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Seagate To Introduce 1.5 Terabyte Desktop Hard Disk - In August, Seagate will introduce the worlds first 1.5 Terabyte desktop hard disk and also a Half-Terbyte hard disk for the laptop PC. Seagate also states that these monster drives will be shock resistant and withstand the normal wear and tear of daily use.
From popper
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|| 07/07/2007 ||
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iPhone Independence Day - I’ve found a way to activate a brand new unactivated iPhone without giving any of your money or personal information to NSA
From Nony
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Study: Inkjet printers are filthy, lying thieves - A new study says that on average, more than half of the ink from inkjet cartridges is wasted when users toss them in the garbage. Why is that interesting? According to the study, users are tossing the cartridges when their printers are telling them they're out of ink, not when they necessarily are out of ink.
From Nony
|| 06/05/2007 ||
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Steve Jobs live from D 2007 - Steve Jobs is up here in just a few, everybody. It looks like we can probably prepare ourselves for an update on the iTunes shift to no-DRM, the status of the iPhone, and whatever else is on El Jobso's mind. It's all on Mossberg, so hopefully he'll drill down deep to the topics we hold near and dear. Stay close, you'll know when it gets underway! (Note: Walt's questions are in bold.)
From Popper
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SKorea's LG Philipps develops first A4 colour e-paper - South Korea's LG Philips LCD said Sunday it had developed the world's first A4-sized colour electronic-paper -- a paper-thin and bendable viewing panel.The e-paper -- which measures 14.1 inches (35.9 centimetres) across its diagonal and is just 300 micrometres (0.3 millimetres) thin -- can display up to 4,096 colours, the world's second largest liquid crystal display maker said in a statement.
From Nony
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DirecTV may test broadband on power lines - DirecTV and others are talking to companies that specialize in providing broadband through the electrical grid, Chief Executive Chase Carey said at the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in New York. I'm always glad to see more competition. It might bring down prices.
From Roddy
|| 04/14/2007 ||
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Fujitsu bets the farm on SSDs - Fujitsu has halted their planned production of 1.8-inch hard disk drives due to increased interest in using solid state disks in handheld devices.
From Nony
|| 02/25/2007 ||
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|| 02/06/2007 ||
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Engine for Codewolf's Cobra - All aluminum 1100 cubic inch V8 used in WWII Sherman Tanks. These were gas burners rated at 500 HP and 1050 Ft. Lbs. of torque for military service, but are capable of much much more using mostly stock parts.
From Roddy
|| 01/12/2007 ||
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Your hard drive is now obsolete - SanDisk Corporation has introduced a 32GB, 1.8-inch solid-state drive (SSD) which is built to be a drop-in replacement for standard mechanical hard disk drives. This means the device has no moving parts.
From Popper
|| 12/26/2006 ||
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The 5 GHz Project - Pentium 4 @ 5 GHz.
From popper
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AirTouch Foldable Keyboard, EL Blue - The virtually indestructible keyboard, a silicon-based full size flexible computer keyboard, features a unique combination of durability and soft, comfortable feel. The washable, "roll-able" keyboard has been called "the best thing to happen to typing since the backspace key." The unique material allows you not only to clean the keyboard with soap and water but also makes it resistant to dirt, and even coffee or tea! Simply wipe up any spilled liquid with a damp cloth and continue working.
From SDFLKJ
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San Fran Homeless Demand Free Internet - Liberals continue to hand out free money to their favorite fuck-offs.
From NeoCon
|| 11/08/2006 ||
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A factory of one's own - I've worked near a "Fab Lab" (personal fabricator) and they are just fantastic. After observing them in action, am convinced that it just a matter of time before one can press a "create button" and create their own watches, cars, and whatever they like. It another revolution to put copyright on its head! --Popper
From Popper
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|| 10/11/2006 ||
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Invention of the Ballpoint Pen - The technology is hard to duplicate. It took hundreds of years before we got to the ballpoint pen.
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Intel pledges 80 cores in five years - Intel has built a prototype of a processor with 80 cores that can perform a trillion floating-point operations per second. CEO Paul Otellini held up a silicon wafer with the prototype chips before several thousand attendees at the Intel Developer Forum here Tuesday. The chips are capable of exchanging data at a terabyte a second, Otellini said during a keynote speech. The company hopes to have these chips ready for commercial production within a five-year window
From Popper
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nVIDIA Geforce 7900 7800 6600 6800 GT GTX ATi Radeon x850 x1 - Video Card driver and review site. Includes custom build drivers optimized for speed, quality, features, and many other categories. Other downloads as well. Yes, they even have Nvidia drivers that haven't been publicly released yet (and are stable).
From Surfer
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USB Keychain TV Tuner picks up Analog and DVB-T TV Signals - A company from Germany named TerraTec Electronic, has developed a USB TV Tuner that allows you to watch TV on your Laptop or PC without an internal TV tuner card. The Cinergy Hybrid T USB XS resembles a USB thumb drive but it doesn’t pack flash memory inside, instead it contains the hardware to pick up analog and digital DVB-T TV signals.
From Surfer
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Tactiva %u2014 Introducing the TactaPad - The Tactile, Immersive, Two-Handed Input DeviceSee the TactaPad in action on our demo movies page
From Surfer
|| 05/20/2006 ||
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Optimus keyboard - Optimus keyboard - slated for release this year. It's on my list and I'll get it by January I'm sure. They already have the three button version and a demo movie (among other things, you can stream video to the buttons). I personally think the best use for it on a windows system is to just program it as a Ctl+Alt+Del keyboard.
From Surfer
|| 05/20/2006 ||
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VKB, Inc. - VKB enhances and enables the communications, computing and entertainment experience through innovative virtual interface technology. The company
From Surfer
|| 04/20/2006 ||
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Wall-O-Monitors -
From SDFLKJ
|| 03/21/2006 ||
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Compu-Promo - The 'Computer' photo file in the newspaper archives ends as you might expect: a microprocessor next to a dime. Go back a few photos; the chip stands next to a quarter. If you rifle the photos in reverse you see computers change from small inscrutable things to giant wonderful machines the size of industrial refrigeration units. Wardrobes with reels of tapes; steel desks with typewriters built into the top. Blinking lights of indeterminate purpose. Back in the old days, the time of IBM and Uniblab, a picture of a computer required a wide-angle lens. And a woman in a thigh-high skirt.
From Nony
|| 03/15/2006 ||
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Heineken PC case mod -
From Joris
|| 02/13/2006 ||
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11th commandment - Case Mod - 11th commandment ... Heaven or Hell?
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|| 02/08/2006 ||
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Apple unveils $149 iPod nano - I suspect the plan is to give away the hardware in hopes of profiting on the downloads. --Popper
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New technology boosts hard drive capacity - Seagate's 'Perpendicular recording' aligns data vertically Seagate Technology LLC has started shipping a notebook PC hard drive that overcomes an obstacle many feared would be a major roadblock to the further expansion of disk capacity — and the overall growth of the storage industry. The new approach that aligns bits of data vertically rather than horizontally enables Seagate — and other drive vendors — to further boost the density of drives without increasing the risk of scrambling data.
From Popper
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HOW TO - Salvage your device after liquid spill - Chris has a how to on cleaning equipment that has water damage - "...I noticed the white calcium rings on the box and on the transformer, something had been dripping into it. Apparently it had rained quiet hard a couple of days earlier and water had dropped in from the balcony through a crack in the concrete and dropped down on the Linksys."
From Chris
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Do Burned CDs Have a Short Life Span? - Opinions vary on how to preserve data on digital storage media, such as optical CDs and DVDs. Kurt Gerecke, a physicist and storage expert at IBM Deutschland, has his own view: If you want to avoid having to burn new CDs every few years, use magnetic tapes to store all your pictures, videos and songs for a lifetime. "Unlike pressed original CDs, burned CDs have a relatively short life span of between two to five years, depending on the quality of the CD," Gerecke says. "There are a few things you can do to extend the life of a burned CD, like keeping the disc in a cool, dark space, but not a whole lot more."
From Popper
|| 01/13/2006 ||
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$40,000 Hard Drive -
From Nony
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How to convert a laptop keyboard to a stationary one - Ever wanted a laptop keyboard to your stationary computer? Lee Char did and took a keyboard from an old Compaq and 'converted' it to be connected to his regular computer.
From Chris
|| 12/09/2005 ||
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The REAL hard drive clock - The real hard drive clock, using the arms with heads as hands (!).
From Chris
|| 12/07/2005 ||
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Hard drive storage box - Build yourself an storage box out of a hard drive. This is the 2nd part in the series 'Things to do with 20 hard drives'
From Chris
|| 11/25/2005 ||
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New Xbox Crashes! - Some pics (What else to expect from microsoft)
From Nony
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Wireless audio in your car with Bluetooth - Considering how many people bought the HP Bluetooth stereo headphones and got disappointed when the headband snapped, I thought that it was time to do something useful with the 'broken' headphone. We'll take you through all steps of dismantling the Bluetooth receiver and building it into a nice mouse housing with 12v in and line out. And as the device keeps its battery, you can also use this as a portable Bluetooth stereo receiver and plug in you high quality headphones or even connect it to your stereo at home.
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|| 11/15/2005 ||
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DIY Outdoor Wi-Lan enclosure - This box will house my proprietary Wi-Lan HP45-24 radio unit and set as a client, a 2.4ghz 500mw HyperLink Amplifier connected to a Linksys WRT54G with a third party firmware and set as an access point, the Wi-Lan HP45-24 radio will be the main link back to my base radio. The whole idea of this enclosure is to be as “modular” as possible, i.e. if the PSU blows-up i can simply remove the PSU and replace it, OR if i need to relocate the whole box, i can simply unscrew all the antenna and take it away with me.
From Chris
|| 11/09/2005 ||
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Desktop & Laptop 2 In 1 [WoW] - It's a laptop with a detachable 19" screen, so you can use your laptop as a desktop too.Really loved this one.Forgot to mention the sweet girls Displaying it sure will love it as well.
From Monica
|| 10/25/2005 ||
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Telephone archiver tapping device - By using an old laptop, a home made chat-cord and some parts from an old telephone you can build a telephone tapping device. Add Atropos to the mix and you have yourself an telephone call archiving system that will save all incoming and outgoing calls. Maybe not that legal if you actually use it, as it’s illegal to tap phones in most contries. It’s probably even illegal to tap you own phone but a fun project non the less.
From Chris
|| 10/22/2005 ||
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Silence your mouse - Some people are immune to the sound of the clicking from a mouse, and some are not. Especially if you’re not behind the mouse, but like reading or something, then it can be very irritating. Hayma is one of these persons that don’t like the clicke-di-click all the time so he decided to do something about it. In a three page article he will take the mouse apart and modify the buttons that are responsible for generating the click.
From Chris
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|| 10/11/2005 ||
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Sexy hard drive - Place a window on the lid to see the magic in action - Well, we have seen this before - or have we? This project is not unique in terms of mounting a viewing window on top of the hard drive, but what makes this project stand out is the detail of it and the full description on how you should actually do it. And it comes with thirteen highres pictures. Not to speak of the end result. Wow!!! Very nice end result! And oh, did I mention that this hard drive is fully functional after the surgery?
From Chris
|| 08/21/2005 ||
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Alternative Keyboard Gallery Take your pick! practically every possible keyboard variation on the market.
From Nony
|| 07/07/2005 ||
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Great Computer deals! - Canadian Dollars, but cheap prices :) if you want something from here I can arrange shipping via my PO box
From illeisist
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|| 06/12/2005 ||
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DIY Das Keyboard
From Nony
|| 05/28/2005 ||
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|| 05/20/2005 ||
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Das Keyboard If you are an elite programmer who can write sophisticated code under tight deadlines, someone who makes impossible projects possible; or a Silver Web Surfer your colleagues turn to when they need IT advise: this keyboard is for you.
From Nony
|| 04/15/2005 ||
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Disassembling the iPod Shuffle The challenge is trying to figure out the first step in disassembling the object. As is expected with Apple, every detail of this design has been thought through and there are no visible cues as to how the casing comes apart.
From Juniper
|| 03/24/2005 ||
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Force Dynamics
The Force Dynamics 301 is a high performance, commercial quality motion system. It is one of a tiny handful of motion simulators designed from the ground up for racing simulation, and its performance far exceeds that of systems costing many times more.
From bofh
|| 03/02/2005 ||
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ipod hacks Some people might find this useful. There are other interesting hacks on this site as well.
From Nony
|| 02/19/2005 ||
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RFID Rights and Wrongs - Companies that make RFID technologies need to be very careful about the markets they choose and how they go about implementation.
|| 11/18/2004 ||
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A Preview on World Toilet Summit 2004 - Their thesis - Universal human rights should include access to a toilet. My problem with their thesis is that when toilets are given away for free people tend to destroy them. How many public toilets have you seen been kicked, plugged, pillaged, and pounded. People just don't respect them.
From NeoCon
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NugeBow
From NeoCon