The official release of Windows Embedded Compact for our Freescale i.MX 6 processor-based Computer on Modules is out and it comes with support for both Windows Embedded Compact 7 and 2013. Read all about the release at: http://bit.ly/1Du6cSw
As robots get smarter, cheaper and more versatile, they're taking on more challenges – including bricklaying. Engineers in Australia have created a fully working house-builder that can create the brick framework of a property in just two days, working about 20 times faster than a human bricklayer.
Canadian immigration is not just a simple matter of packing up and driving over the border. They have a points-based system to select skilled immigrants, and the majority of Americans in the middle and lower income tiers will not make the grade.
A new dice tray I made this week. Made from Zebra Wood with a black super softy pig leather in the bottom. The lid attaches with magnets and attaches again underneath for when it is being used. Use the lip around the edge to hold dice you are not currently using when playing and then when done put all your dice inside and put the lid on for storage.
This one is a 10" version, I also make them in 8" and 6" with and without lids and in a variety of woods. The lids can also be custom engraved or with one of the cool stock images I have.
We are disappointed in the loss of the latest SpaceX cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. However, the astronauts are safe aboard the station and have sufficient supplies for the next several months... This is a reminder that spaceflight is an incredible challenge, but we learn from each success and each setback." Full statement: http://go.nasa.gov/1fYPx44