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DIY Robot Car Avoids Obstacles, Costs $70

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Have a pressing need for an autonomous robot car capable of avoiding obstacles? Instead of buying one, how about making your own from an old toy, an Arduino board, and a few sensors? The video from Make explains how, and you can find all the details you need on Dean Segovis website at the link below.


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Winxs: Why my Vista install bloated to 28GB

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For some reason the C: partition of my media PC is pretty much full, despite me giving the OS 30GB and only having a few apps installed. The culprit is the mysterious winsxs folder, which has piled on the pounds in the year or so the PC has been working, and now weighs in at 15GB. Things is, I had no idea what the folder was when trying to trim some space last night.

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Opnext Begins Shipping of Red Laser Diodes for Microvision SHOW WX Projector

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Opnext is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of optical modules and components. Today, the company has announced that they are proudly shipping red laser diodes to Microvision for their SHOW WX pico projector.


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Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Championship

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Fourteen teams made up of Europe's overclocking elite were taking part in the European final of the 2009 Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship in Prague. We followed the UK team's efforts to see how they fared against Europe's best overclockers.

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AMSAT India sponsors VO-52 Operating Certificate

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AMSAT India will issue a certificate for Amateur Radio operators who establish two-way contact thru VO-52 between January 26, 2009 until May 5, 2009

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Adult Mario Robot Mixes You A Rum And Coke As Long As You Dont Die

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At RoboExotica in Vienna (its the European version of this) one of the most entertaining robots this year was this Adult Mario system, a regular game of Mario hooked up to a booze dispenser that mixes you a drink based on how well you play.


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HP and Vivienne Tam team for new Digital Clutch Chic

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HP and designer Vivienne Tam have teamed up in the past for a digital clutch, which was a custom designed netbook aimed at women. HP and Tam announced that they would be teaming up again on a new Digital Clutch Chic that will be debuted during New York Fashion Week.


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Western Digital 2TB Caviar Green review roundup

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Now that the proverbial cat is out of the bag on Western Digitals 2TB Caviar Green HDD, hardware fanatics have had a chance to take the 3. 5-inch drive for a spin.

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BN DRIVEON MOBILE HAM RADIO ANTENNA BASE MOUNT MAST - 33.00 GBP

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U.K. ONLY - DUE TO WEIGHT OF ITEM (HOWEVER IF YOU ARE FROM OVERSEAS - I WILL GET YOU A PRICE !) SORRY FOR THE INCREASE IN POSTAGE THIS IS NOT BY ME THE POST OFFICE HAS AGAIN PUT IT POSTAL CHARGES BIG MARTS BRACKETS (MOCCW - CALL SIGN) I HAVE FOR SALE A DRIVE ON HEAVY DUTY ANTENNA BASE MOUNT/MAST THIS IS IDEAL FOR A SMALL CAR OR CARAVAN MEASUREMENTS - 12ins wide by 16ins deep with 20ins high verticle post support THIS WILL EASILY TAKE A 20 FOOT MAST. WITH A LARGE METRE OR HF ANTENNA THIS ONE IN THE PICTURE IS THE ONE I USE MYSELF AND AS YOU CAN SEE IT IS VERY SECURE AND STRONG AND IS ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION. UNLIKE SOME OF THE THINNER COMMERCIAL MASS PRODUCED ITEMS YOU CAN BUY i use 3mm steel so it is very strong and wont shift in any weathers I USE INDUSTRIAL PRIMER x UNDERCOATS AND CAN EITHER LEAVE IT WITH JUST THE PRIMER ON OR YOU CAN HAVE IT SPRAYED WITH CELLULOSE PAINT IN BLACK CHOICE IS YOURS JUST LET ME KNOW - THIS ONE IN PICTURE WAS MADE FOR MY LANDROVER (20 ins long x 15ins wide with verticle post 24 ins high this size is 40 plus 20.00 p+p) I CAN MAKE SMALLER OR LARGER VERSIONS FOR FAMILY CARS/VANS ETC - PLEASE ASK FOR FURTHER INFO I MAKE THESE TO YOUR OWN MEASUREMENTS SO PL

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Council Supports Attempt to Halt Radio Tower:

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Gordon Head residents outraged over a proposal for an amateur radio tower are taking heart after gaining support from their municipal council. "I am pleased with the one step. But I'm not elated, obviously, because it is not a final decision," said Graham Cook, who lives near the proposed tower site on San Rafael Crescent. Industry Canada has the final say on the 15-metre, criss-cross, metal lattice-work tower designed to support an antenna. "It is ugly. It is too big. It is an industrial structure and I don't want it next to my backyard," said Dorothy Cook, Graham's wife, at Monday's council committee meeting. Saanich councillors voted to oppose the ham-radio tower at 1945 San Rafael Cres., although Mayor Frank Leonard opposed the move, saying radio communications are the federal government's responsibility. Ken Jones, the man who wants to build the tower, said he is trying to rebuild a tower used by his father until about 1984. Jones is a volunteer with the Saanich Emergency Program, an organization dedicated to maintaining communications during a catastrophic event like an earthquake. Ed Gorse, a member of the local radio community with extensive experience as an emergency volunteer, told councillors it's essential to have extra communications capacity during a catastrophic event, since no one knows how much will be left functioning in an emergency.

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LG VX5500 Mobile Phone put into the Spotlight

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In a new series we take a closer look at popular mobile phones available in the US market. The LG VX5500 available from Verizon Wireless is a straight forward flip phone that is gets you $75 when you sign-up for a new Verizon contract via LetsTalk.

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Layar 3.0 Hits With All New Features

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There are quite a few different augmented reality apps floating around the smartphone world right now. Unfortunately, most of them only take a very narrow view to what augmented reality means.


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Nokia To Half 2010 Smartphone Releases

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Yesterday, Nokia made the startling announcement that they would be cutting next years smartphone offerings in half (Reuters). This shocked some in the industry, and has lead to a number of bloggers cheering at Nokias perceived weakness.


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Live Webcast - AMSAT-UK Colloquium July 25/26

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Each year amateur satellite builders and users from around the world get together to exchange ideas at the AMSAT-UK Colloquium. This year's event takes place this Saturday and Sunday July 25/26 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Guildford, England and will be webcast

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JVC Announces DLA-SH7NL Projector Coming Soon

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JVC is pleased to announce a brand new large venue projector, the DLA-SH7NL. This device features 5000 ANSI lumens, a 10000:1 contrast ratio, and a 4K HD (4096 x 2400) resolution.


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Family Electrocuted Putting Up Radio Antenna:

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PALM BAY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - Three people are dead after being electrocuted while trying to erect a ham radio antenna. It happened off of Alaska Avenue near Interstate 95 in Palm Bay. Authorities say rescue crews responded to a 911 call about the electrocution Monday evening when they found the three on the ground not breathing. Authorities have identified the victims as 55-year-old Melville Braham, 49-year-old Ana Braham and 15-year-old Anthony Braham. Authorities say the family was attempting to raise the antenna when they lost control of the pole and it struck an overhead power line. The impact sent 13,000 volts of electricity through the pole the three were holding.

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Acer Aspire One AO532h Pine Trail M Netbook Announced

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Acer today officially announced the Aspire One AO532h netbook, featuring a 10. 1-inch display and the Intel Atom Pine Trail M platform. Weighing 2.


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Bing will beat Google

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Alex wrote an interesting blog post about Bing, Microsoft's new search engine, last week. The gist of it was that Google is so successful that competing against it with a similar product isn't going to work - and as a result, his idea was that searching social sites such as Facebook and Twitter is probably the biggest threat to Google.

I feel that’s slightly missing the point. Bing, after all, is the default search engine for Internet Explorer, which is the default browser of the interweb, therefore as long as Bing just works and is good enough (in the same way that Google is now) no-one will see a need to switch. Far from Microsoft needing to up its game to beat the services of Google, it’s Google that needs to provide a compelling reason to switch the search engine of IE’s search bar from Bing to Google.

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CQ Names New 'New Products' Editor, Adds Kit-Building Column:

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CQ magazine Editor Rich Moseson, W2VU, today announced two changes to the magazine's editorial staff, including the addition of a new column.

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PCC Students are Making Contact via Radio:

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WINTERVILLE -- A group of Pitt Community College students is keeping an important and useful hobby alive. The PCC Amateur Radio Club and its 12 active members spend time talking to people all over the world using radio communications to make the connections. "Ham radio opens up the student to experimentation and developing working radio devices, such as transmitters and amplifiers, that are only legal under a valid ham radio license," electronics engineering technology instructor Prentice Tyndall said. "It also allows the students to instantaneously interact with people from all over the world, crossing international boundaries, languages and cultures." But ham radio is more than an educational tool. It can be extremely valuable during emergencies that might put other communication systems down. Ham radio operators can help local authorities when l telephones, televisions, cell phones and radio stations are incapacitated. "Getting people involved in ham radio is important, especially in time of disaster," club member John Johnson said. "When cell phones don't work and the Internet doesn't work, ham radio works."

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May Section Manager Election Results Announced:

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In the only contested Section Manager race this spring, Mel Parkes, NM7P, of Layton, was re-elected as the Utah Section Manager with 480 votes. His opponent, Lauri "Mac" McCreary, KG7C, of Lehi, received 147 votes. Parkes, who has held the Section Manager's post since 1999, begins his sixth consecutive two-year term of office on July 1. Election ballots were counted on May 19 at ARRL Headquarters.

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