Monthly Archives: April 2010

iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G. Available today.

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Take an endless Virtual Tour of your dreamland with CyberWalk

See the full gallery on posterous The field of Virtual Reality has been limited in the range of motions the subject can perform… straying too far away dislodges the VR equipment or subject runs into a wall or any object … Continue reading

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Porn Stars make a video about Piracy for a change.

Piracy is hurting the bottom line of the adult entertainment industry, according to a new public-address video starring porn stars. via wired.com

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Japanese Scientists Create Elastic Water

Bernama, a part of the Malaysian National News Agency, reports that Japanese scientists have created “elastic water.” Developed at the Tokyo University, the new material consists mostly of water–95-percent–with an added two grams of clay and organic material. The resulting … Continue reading

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Samsung to ship Industry’s first ‘Multi-Chip Package with phase-change’ for use in mobiles.

PRAM, which stores data via the phase change characteristics of its base material, an alloy of germanium, antimony and titanium, provides three-times faster data storage performance per word than NOR chips. The products are 128-Mbit capacity devices made using a … Continue reading

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HTML5 + Google API combo praised.

Technology from the HTML5 specification has been touted as a potential replacement for proprietary rich Internet technologies such as Adobe Flash. Apple Computer has been particularly bullish on HTML5, emphasizing its use on iPhone OS-based systems and rejecting any notion … Continue reading

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Pentagon plans melding cutting-edge Game Systems with Neuroscience to train next-gen Soldiers.

Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) wants simulated games that use EEGs to monitor the cognitive patterns of trainees, particularly at what’s thought to be the locus of neurally based, intuitive decision-making — the basal ganglia. In his seminal … Continue reading

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