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TERMINAL ANACHRONISM: Decomposing UNIVAC 120 Computer Found in Tokyo • http://bit.ly/1bmrDgD
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A sampling of the newest DARPA Robotics Challenge​ contestants - feature coming soon!
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JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY FROM THE FUTURE FRIDAY!
This week China's probably pretty pissed that India's going to add Japanese bullet-train tech to cart, which is ironic since Chinese bullet train tech IS Japanese (ZING!), it's extra confirmed that Apple's going to finance Japan Display's new factory, and lastly, you may insert a lame pun here about how consistently under-performing, money-losing Sharp is…
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Full gallery from Anthrobotic's visit to the Gundam installation in Tokyo Bay. It's awesome - the true meaning of that word, not the Spicoli version. | READ: http://bit.ly/1EXISOm
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This one's pretty limp...but I'm just so goddamn tired. • http://bit.ly/1JZMi9N
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Human enhancement is a beautiful thing. • • • GALLERY: http://j.mp/1Dz2xV5
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This week China’s probably pretty pissed that India’s going to add Japanese bullet-train tech to cart, which is ironic since Chinese bullet train tech IS Japanese (ZING!), it’s extra confirmed that Apple’s going to finance Japan Display’s new factory, and lastly, you may insert a lame pun here about how consistently under-performing, money-losing Sharp is anything but. Read me! • http://bit.ly/1zXPojP
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Ex Machina trailer 2. Want to watching.
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And now, a small gallery of giant #Gundam shots! • http://bit.ly/1EXISOm  
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The worst JTFS ever probably.
This week it's the JTFFS talking about makeup and beauty products and the one thing Whitey's got plenty of which is not a balanced diet or regular exercise or a positive residual self image, but skin tone! And then it gets sleepy weird...
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Japan Display, the display biz detritus of Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi, might get some Apple love, and Hitachi's got the world's most powerful microscope!
This week we find out that Apple is likely to invest in Japan Display, the bastard child of Sony's, Toshiba's, and Hitachi's floppy failed display businesses that, post-amputation, did a Wonder Triplets: ACTIVATE! move into profitability, and, entirely kinda unrelated, the de-displayed Hitachi has unveiled the world's most powerful microscope and Sony's commissioned it to…
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Anthrobotic.com explores and shares technology ideas to accelerate and augment humanity’s linear understanding of an exponential phenomenon. And also to give praise and talk trash in sorta oddly punctuated dorky prose. Fun!

The site provides responsible tech coverage and original content served with a bit of levity and irreverence (sometimes a lot), some occasionally suspicious punctuation (profanity is a kind of punctuation), and a smartastic superiority complex. In sum, I bring the Technosnark.