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Tirrell Cotton

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Spyware maker Hacking Team just asked its customers to stop using is software in the wake of a large data breach. Good! Because Hacking Team is a corrupt trashcan company that provides weapons to criminals.
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Some crazy stuff out there. It doesn't seem to be getting anyone anywhere except pissed. For the English, pissed Off.
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Hello everyone, I would present you my app Neon Alarm Clock with many cool function. If you want try it you can download it from Google Play http://bit.ly/NeonAlarmClock
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Imagine a world where 3D displays allow users to manipulate information, mold innovative digital artworks, and feel virtual objects in mid-air.
Imagine a world where 3D displays allow users to manipulate information, mold innovative digital artworks, and feel virtual objects in mid-air.
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It's still commonly believed that microwaves are not safe... So here's this video, share it and stop this ignorance!
The American Chemical Society is out to bust food-preparation myths, but will the public listen?
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Users facing problems in activating the latest builds of Windows 10
There's only 3 weeks left for Windows 10 to hit officially. But still Microsoft is continuously providing various Preview Builds. Recently some users have reported activation
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Only idiots will be updating... Very happy with Linux, Android and ChromeOS. 
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As the post explains, I'm not sure how sustainable this technology is at this point, but it still represents a potentially interesting milestone in the future of interactive laser technology.

While I admittedly don't know much about this personally; I can't help but wonder if 3-D touchable laser displays like this one warrant further research or if the other alternatives being studied will prove more interesting in the long run.

Penny for your thoughts?
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A HOLOGRAM YOU CAN TOUCH: New plasma lasers that instantly interact to human touch. While this is not the first team to use this technology it is the first to create a safe prototype that does not burn your finger upon contact. 

USING FEMTOSECOND LASERS (a femtosecond is a quadrillionth of a second, and the lasers transmit bursts that last 30 to 270 femtoseconds), the team can make holograms that are safe.

The images are three-dimensional, with resolutions up to 200,000 dots per second. The voxels are light emitted by plasma that's created when the laser's focused energy ionizes the air.
When touched, the laser feels like sandpaper, says principal investigator Yoichi Ochiai, although some participants thought the plasma felt a little like a static shock.

Apart from creating holograms that are safe to touch, many other problems remain, such as the expensiveness of the technology, as well as the fact that it might be dangerous for the human eye to perceive.

The researchers noted that no one should view the laser beam directly, only the image it projects, and they advise that users still wear infrared glasses until the technology has fully matured.

Other academic institutes are also currently working to make 3D holograms cheaper and safer. For instance Brigham Young University and MIT have found a way to make video holograms possible, using acoustic waves that divide color frequencies safely.

Australian and Chinese researchers meanwhile have discovered that a holographic display is possible using a mesh made from graphene oxide and lasers, which works for a pop-up 3D holographic display, and finally University of Bristol researchers have been able to create holograms that can be touched and seen using ultrasound.

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AMD Stopping Mantle optimization and support for future graphics cards
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AMD has formally discontinued focusing on its low-level API, Mantle.
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but, but, but I thought Mantle was going to change the world...

I used to get so sick of the Mantle hype a couple years back. There is just no way for game to use that many draw calls on the CPU...a unit heavy RTS might be able to, but no one will see the benefits of it unless they zoom in close to the units and you can't play a RTS like that. It is an improvement to standard processes, but most of which were already planned in OpenGL 5 and in DX12. So there really was no reason for it.

I think they were hoping to be first to market with the words "Low Level API". However, they had to know that Nvidia would not have picked it up. If it isn't going to be used by both camps...it is going to fail. Just ask Nvidia about GPU accelerated PhysX. 
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Do you know Windows 10 to Roll Out in Waves from July 29 - It has come to the news that Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system would begin to hit the market from July 29.
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Richard Darell

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Searching for the most sustainable way of transporting ourselves from A to B, could GinzVelo be the optimal solution? What do you think?
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That vehicle looks like a streched testicle with cancer.
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Chuch Norris doesn't write code...
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It actually read "Chuck Norris doesn't write code, code writes itself in order to satisfy Chuck Norris's need." 
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DIR-890L supports latest Wi-Fi ac standard..........
D-Link DIR-890L Wireless AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Router: This completely unique design D-Link DIR-890 is powered by Broadcom dual-core 1GHz processor.It is a tri-band router,D-Link DIR-890 has three separate access point (APs) one is 2.4GHz AP to supports all 2.4GHz 802.11/n/g/b Wi-Fi devices with up to 600Mbps and two 5GHz APs for supporting 5GHz 802.11ac/n/a devices,at 1,300Mbps for each.The total bandwidth of router provides 3,200Mbps at any t...
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MalwareBytes acquired JRT not too long ago and has added their tools to its toolbelt of tasks.  Makes removing junk a little bit easier.
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Abdul Muqsit

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No support for silver light in Edge browser – Microsoft
http://tech4gamers.com/no-support-for-silver-light-in-edge-browser-microsoft/
Microsoft revealed today that a Silver light media player plugin will no more be there too.
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I am not sure if anything of value is going to be lost...never been a fan of Silver Light. Though I've never had to do anything with it.
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GoPro Hero4 Session is Smaller, Lighter and WaterProof
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GoPro has announced a new camera that is smaller and lighter than its earlier models.

This new cube-shaped GoPro Camera is named as Hero4 Session.

It is 50% smaller and 40% lighter than GoPro's HERO4 camera.

Hero4 Session  is also waterproof up to 33 feet, eliminating the need for a separate case as in GoPro's previous models, though it's still compatible with a majority of GoPro's existing accessories

It was designed to be much more simple than other GoPros, with a single button that starts and stops recording. It’s also meant to mount on objects, like bicycle spokes, that are too small to hold current Hero4s. It works with all existing GoPro mounts.

It will not be having LCD screen. That means users will have to rely more heavily on either the GoPro mobile app or the Wi-fi smart remote

The battery is built directly into the camera and offers up to two hours of recording time on a full charge

It is Priced at around $400 and available throughout most of the world on July 12, th

The company hopes the Session’s smaller size and lighter weight will make it more attractive to many of the professional athletes
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Google’s Deep Dream Software Makes ‘Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas’ Even More Trippy
Google's Deep Dream Software Makes 'Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas' Even More Trippy
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Good luck MegaBots; Japan’s Suidobashi Heavy Industry just accepted your robot brawl challenge. Suidobashi Heavy Industry, Japan’s company behind the opposing Kuratas robot, recently accepted the challenge via a YouTube video, but they’ve accepted the challenge under one condition — melee combat will be part of the fight.
Good luck MegaBots; Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industry just accepted your robot brawl challenge.
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+Gustuv Wynd Then my happiness must be put on hold until such time has arrived.
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