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"I guess they are starting to catch on... ;-)" Read more
by Jason Flowers on TN bans password shares for Netflix, sites

"This is really incredible technology to experience. If you haven't had a chance yet, take a test drive." Read more
by Jason Flowers on Microsoft Sets Guinness Sales Record with Kinect

"I remember discussing this as a general idea 7 or 8 years ago with Mark and Jeff... Are we there yet?" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Exotic nanodevice could let computers ditch slowpoke electrons and run thousands of times faster

"Can I get one that looks like Anakin Skywalker's?" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Human Trials Next for Darpa’s Mind-Controlled Artificial Arm

"Flying Car Gets FAA Approval http://news.discovery.com/tech/flying-car-gets-faa-approval.html The Federal Aviation Administration has just removed a major hurdle from the path of a vehicle that may well be the first commercially viable flying car. The agency has agreed to classify the Terrafugia Transition as a Light Sport Aircraft, even though the vehicle is 120 pounds too heavy to qualify for that class. " Read more
by Jason Flowers on The reality of flying cars

"All of this, a 256GB SSD, and a backlit keyboard... hard to resist!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Alienware M11x gets overseas Core i3 / i5 / i7 and NVIDIA Optimus update, US version due tomorrow?

"Don't buy this hypothesis... They would very likely not have a lack for energy resources since they're traveling the stars. They solved that problem. Being that advanced, they'd also likely be able to synthesize any other resource at a molecular level. So I don't see resources as a motivation, unless humans are the resource (slaves). I could see them being nomads as he imagines, but not looking for resources. More likely just a habitual environment to live, in which case, the Hawking outcome might be the same." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Don't talk to aliens, warns Stephen Hawking

"Cool, but creepy…" Read more
by Mark Hodson on New tech sees dead people

"Does this mean we should keep searching for Bigfoot? I mean, how can you not know there is a 6 foot lizard running around!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Giant lizard discovered in the Philippines

"Cool, but I still want a flying car!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on It's 2010 - finally my jet pack is here!

"Interesting the technologies used considering that Microsoft is a big investor in Facebook." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Technology Explained: How Does Facebook Work? The Nuts and Bolts

"iTunes is great, but pricey; Netflix is better, but only offers 12K streaming downloads (I know… ‘only’); Perhaps Wal-Mart’s entry into this space will both lower the prices & provide more streaming content." Read more
by Mark Hodson on Walmart Jumps Into Online Movie Rentals, Buys Vudu

"I’ve often found InfoWorld’s commentaries to be anti-Microsoft and often unfounded. " Read more
by Mark Hodson on Fake Windows Expert Unmasked

"They say Spring 2010.. should be good. :-)" Read more
by Jeff Gentes on New at Disney: It's a Data Center World After All

"I wonder when the Wizarding World will be opening??" Read more
by Jason Flowers on New at Disney: It's a Data Center World After All

"Bertie Bott's every scented flower!!!" Read more
by Mark Hodson on Custom-scented flowers may be on the way

"I agree. I notice that they do not dispute the actual findings (that it runs VERY hot), but instead complain about the inferences. Those inferences are nothing more than the viewer’s commonsense and reasoning kicking in..." Read more
by Anonymous on QLogic sues Emulex over video of chip frying egg

"Sounds like QLogic has weak case to me. It's conventional wisdom that excessive heat is bad for electronics. The industry spends billions on cooling. Making a case that reduced heat increases reliability is logical." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on QLogic sues Emulex over video of chip frying egg

"That's just wrong..." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Microsoft Refused to Sell Xbox 360s to the Military for Training

"Cool, I want to play!" Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Keep your 20-sided dice, I have D&D on the Surface

     
 
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Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/31/2009 | 0 Comments

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Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

China announced its fastest supercomputer yet on Thursday, a petaflop-class machine, in a show of China's goal to become a world leader in technology.

China Claims Supercomputer Among World's Fastest

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

Rackspace Hosting (RAX) today introduced new managed storage and disaster recovery services targeted for enterprise customers.

Rackspace Adds Storage, DR Offerings

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

Juniper Networks details what its CEO called the companys “vision” for the next decade. In order to compete against the likes of Cisco, the Juniper vision includes a new chip set, new routers within the MX product line and updates to its Junos software. In addition to traditional networking, Juniper is looking to expand into the enterprise data center market, as well as the cloud.
- NEW YORK – Juniper Networks is planning to release new networking hardware and software that will not only allow the company to better compete against Cisco Systems and other competitors but let the networking company to delve deeper into the enterprise data center market, as well...

 

Juniper Unveils New Networking Hardware, Software

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

With over a billion users, today’s Internet is arguably the most successful human artifact ever created. The Future Internet, an initiative driven by the European Union, has become a prime research focus of STI International and the Service Web 3.0 project. In order to explain, promote, and attract new contributors, we created a video to be viewed by stakeholders, who may be non-experts, in a new generation Internet. The video outlines the basic themes of the European Union’s Future Internet initiative. These include: an Internet of Services, where services are ubiquitous; an Internet of Things where in principle every physical object becomes an online addressable resource; a Mobile Internet where 24/7 seamless connectivity over multiple devices is the norm; and the need for semantics in order to meet the challenges presented by the dramatic increase in the scale of content and users.

 

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

Xerox has announced a new silver ink that is apparently a breakthrough in printable electronics. The possibilities range from printing on flexible plastic, paper and cardboard, and fabric, to printing RFID tags on almost anything. (Source: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2354848,00.asp)

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

Though flash storage could be the most powerful tool yet for IT administrators who want to speed up access to frequently used data, reaping its benefits may require automation software that has just begun to emerge from the major storage vendors.

Automated tiering key to getting value from SSDs

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/30/2009 | 0 Comments

Speaking with reporters at an event in San Francisco this morning, Intel high-density computing boss Jason Waxman said the chip will be available 'in a couple of months.' Chipzilla mentioned the new 30W Nehalem chip at IDF in rolling out a reference

Intel aims 30W Nehalem at 'microservers'

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 10/29/2009 | 0 Comments

Red Hat's KVM virtualization technology is so advanced that it will inevitably consign the Xen hypervisor to the technological scrap heap. That's the view of Navin Thadani, a senior director of the Linux vendor's virtualization business. 'We see

Red Hat's KVM Surpasses Xen, Aims at VMWare

 

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 10/29/2009 | 0 Comments

New Scientist writes "If walls could be transparent, there would be fewer road accidents at blind corners. An augmented reality system could just make that come true."

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 10/29/2009 | 0 Comments

A way to protect healthy tissue from the toxic effects of radiation treatment and also increase tumor death has been discovered by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the National Cancer Institute (NCI). They found that blocking a molecule called thrombospondin-1 from binding to its cell surface receptor, called CD47, affords normal tissues nearly complete protection from both standard and very high doses of radiation, and delayed the regrowth of tumors in radiation-treated mice. (Source: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/10/091021144246.htm)

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