Air Force to get ‘cyber sidearms’
Air Force to get ‘cyber sidearms’
The “cyber sidearm” is intended to be a simple way for service members to quickly alert others to potential security breaches. picked by Bornbad 4 years ago
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 solid wood computer peripherals
solid wood computer peripherals
i want this picked by ReBoot 4 years ago
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  When Your Most Significant Other is a Computer
When Your Most Significant Other is a Computer
It’s the relationship you spend more time on than any other. It has deepened even during the past few years. When things go wrong, you become enraged and tearful and attack inanimate objects—but you’re willing to spend hours making things right. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Danger to lead-free electronics: tin whiskers
Danger to lead-free electronics: tin whiskers
They've ruined missiles, silenced communications satellites and forced nuclear power plants to shut down. Pacemakers, consumer gadgets and even a critical part of a space shuttle have fallen victim. picked by DrNothing 4 years ago
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 Your PC in 2008 and Beyond
Your PC in 2008 and Beyond
12 cool innovations coming by 2012 picked by nesbyniccolo 4 years ago
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 What's in an IP?
What's in an IP?
This site translates your IP into poker hands, RGB color, plain trivia, dates and google placemarks, and even bitmaps (see mine on the left). picked by suckersklub 4 years ago
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 Gold rings create first true invisibility cloak
Gold rings create first true invisibility cloak
So far the device only works in two dimensions and on a tiny scale, but still... picked by DrNothing 4 years ago
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  Scientist invents computer pillow to stop snoring
Scientist invents computer pillow to stop snoring
A German scientist has come up with a solution for snoring--a computerized pillow that shifts the head's sleeping position until the noise stops. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Blind people: Hybrid cars pose hazard
Blind people: Hybrid cars pose hazard
Gas-electric hybrid vehicles, the status symbol for the environmentally conscientious, are coming under attack from a constituency that doesn't drive: the blind. picked by punthe 4 years ago
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 iPhone owner sues Apple for $1 million
iPhone owner sues Apple for $1 million
So she buys an iPhone for $499.00. Then Apple lowered the price to $399.00. Apple then offered her a $100.00 store credit.

So naturally the remaining $999,900.00 is for the mental cruelty she suffered at the hands of that Satanic b*stard Steve Jobs. picked by Moe 4 years ago
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 Driverless truck lurches out of lab
Driverless truck lurches out of lab
During a recent test on property owned by manufacturer Oshkosh Truck Co., TerraMax barreled down a dusty road with its driver seat empty. It stopped at a four-way intersection and waited as staged traffic resolved before obediently lurching on its way. picked by punthe 4 years ago
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 Mutating pictures - making faces with genetic algorithms
Mutating pictures - making faces with genetic algorithms
It generates pictures, you rate how much they look like faces, and then it uses a genetic algorithm to take the best faces and mutate them to create new ones. Difficult to describe but very cool and slightly addictive.
Also check out this site which does the same thing but with a comparison-style rating system and different shapes. picked by phunky 4 years ago
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 What's 77.1 multiplied by 850?
What's 77.1 multiplied by 850?
Calculator: 65,535
Microsoft Excel: 100,000

The Excel team has identified what they've screwed up on, and are trying to fix it. picked by TheStep 4 years ago
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 How to download streaming audio (for free)
How to download streaming audio (for free)
Let's face it, limewire doesn't have much from Hooverphonic. And good luck finding BB King's Live in Japan concert anywhere other than finetune and pandora. But now you can download songs from Pandora and Finetune (and other such sites). picked by donteatpoop 4 years ago
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  New service eavesdrops on Internet calls
New service eavesdrops on Internet calls
A startup has come up with a new way to make money from phone calls connected via the Internet: having software listen to the calls, then displaying ads on the callers' computer screens based on what's being talked about. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Last words from various plane crashes
Last words from various plane crashes
Not for the faint of heart...this is both the transcripts and in some cases actual recordings of the final conversations of plane crash cockpit recordings. picked by Moe 4 years ago
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 Free Anti Virus Protection
Free Anti Virus Protection [video]
Gauranteed 100% no viruses... May lessen the fun, but you and your computer will be safer! belive me, it's the best Protection against Viruses and Worms! (Parody) picked by iguanna 4 years ago
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 Want to fly over speed bumbs, spike strips, and dead armadillos?
Want to fly over speed bumbs, spike strips, and dead armadillos? [video]
Thanks to Bose Electromagnetic Suspension, now you can. Seriously watch the video, the car practically leaps over obstacles on the ground picked by 2manyusernames 4 years ago
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 New Technology Will be Replacing the DVD
New Technology Will be Replacing the DVD
Now that every living soul has finally switched from the VCR to the DVD, new technology is out that could make the DVD obsolete. picked by deepcleanfun 4 years ago
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 Microsoft Reveals Windows Vista SP1 will install XP
Microsoft Reveals Windows Vista SP1 will install XP
Redmond, WA – In response to customer demands Microsoft announced that instead of patching bugs and improving features of Windows Vista in the next service pack release, they would just install XP. picked by gratheo 4 years ago
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 Microsoft PWNED anti-trust appeal
Microsoft PWNED anti-trust appeal
Wait a sec...MICRO$OFT uses unfair advantages in its products? NEVER!! picked by moe 4 years ago
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 Google Offers $20 Million X Prize to Put Robot on Moon
Google Offers $20 Million X Prize to Put Robot on Moon
Google will award $20 million to the first private team to put a robot on the moon. picked by maxriter 4 years ago
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 IBM Invents Signing Avatars for the Deaf
IBM Invents Signing Avatars for the Deaf
Say it Sign it software uses speech recognition technology to convert the spoken word to text, which is then used by the host computer to control the movements of an screen avatar gesturing in British Sign Language. picked by suebe 4 years ago
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 SoCal college offers YouTube class
SoCal college offers YouTube class
Here's a dream-come-true for Web addicts: college credit for watching YouTube. Pitzer College this fall began offering what may be the first course about the video-sharing site. About 35 students meet in a classroom but work mostly online, where they view YouTube content and post their comments. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Robot Maker Builds Artificial Boy
Robot Maker Builds Artificial Boy
The creators believe there's an emerging business in the design and sale of lifelike robotic companions, or social robots. And they'll be showing off the robot boy to students in grades 3-12 at the Wired NextFest technology conference Thursday in Los Angeles. picked by DrNothing 4 years ago
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