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At long last, Apple has finally gotten around to updating its line of Retina MacBook Pros. Hardware bumps and price dips are certainly welcome, but how long are we going to have to wait around for Apple to release iMacs and MacBook Airs with Retina displays?
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Needles made of lasers are being used at the University of Cambridge to assemble nanoparticles into larger segments that could one day be used to make an honest-to-goodness cloaking device.
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$150 gamechanging graphics card
Nvidia's new GTX 750 Ti has launched and the new card is a beauty -- incredibly power-efficient, with a great deal of additional horsepower waiting in the wings.
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Vehicle-to-vehicle communications moved one step closer to reality this week with the Obama administration’s plans to push the technology forward. 
Feds aim to develop a plan by 2017. V2V cars might be here by 2020, with critical mass 5 years later.
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Since 1981, the gaming industry has been actively trying to solve the problem of digital distribution. Custom cable services, direct connections over phone lines, and screwball modem accessories are all artifacts from the 1980s and 1990s. It was very much the wild west in terms of networking, and we owe much of our enjoyment to the toil these companies went through to deliver games over the wires. To pay homage, let’s take a look back to see just how downloadable content and digital distribution came to be...
Since 1981, the gaming industry has been actively trying to solve the problem of digital distribution. Custom cable services, direct connections over phone lines, and screwball modem accessories are all artifacts from the '80s and '90s. It was very much the wild west in terms of networking, and we owe much of our enjoyment to the toil these companies went through to deliver games over the wires. To pay homage, let's take a look back to see just h...
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In the end, what LG has accomplished here is nothing less than a top tier smartphone.
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In normal materials, controlling a magnetic state requires creating a magnetic field, but in a multiferroic material you’ve got another candidate for input — and that can be exploited.
A new study uses specialized materials and the world's most powerful X-ray laser to record magnetic switch-times up to a thousand times faster than modern storage.
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But is it good news or bad news? 
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I know how these things work. We have one of these Application Servers (Citrix) at my workplace. (I have worked with IT-support for 10+ years now).
The point is, the article implied that you now finally could run Windows applications in Chrome OS. Which in fact, you does not do. You run a Windows machine, thru a web-interface. You can't be offline, and run Photoshop or ArcGIS on that Chomebook.
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Cold. Fusion. 
We have big news today in the world of cold fusion: a large US investment company has acquired the rights to Andrea Rossi's E-Cat cold fusion/LENR technology. That investment company, Cherokee Investment Partners, appears to be interested in deploying the cold fusion tech commercially in both China and the US. But we still lack proof that Rossi's E-Cat actually works.
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After months of escalating disclosures about the nearly incredible extent of the US's electronic spying programs, President Obama has unveiled some hoped-for reforms, but they don't go far enough to make critics here and abroad happy.
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Hmm. Well, just keep all of it. 
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