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ARISS event - Pilton Bluecoat Junior School, Barnstaple, UK

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An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at the Pilton Bluecoat Junior School, Barnstaple, UK on Friday, the 6th of February. The contact should be audible over most of Europe

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New SMM exploit targets Intel CPU caching vulnerability

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This one delves pretty deep into head-scratching territory, but it looks like the folks at Invisible Things Lab have discovered an exploit that could open the door to some potentially serious attacks on certain Intel CPUs paired with some popular motherboards.

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Android Donut Code Drops.

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Its finally happened. Google Android developer Jean-Baptiste Quero has done a code drop to the Android Open Source Project. The update still isnt ready to release, but if you really want to you can download the ROM here.


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Worlds Smallest Voice Controlled Robot

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National Cheng Kung University has come out with what theyre calling the worlds smallest voice activated (humanoid?) robot. The 15 centimeter tall bot (waaay bigger than these) is a modified GeStream BeRobot with 16 degrees of freedom, an integrated camera, and software that can interpret instructions in several languages and perform thousands of actions.


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Creative ZEN X-Fi2 Now Available

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If youre interested in keeping Creative in the PMP market, the best you can do is purchase a ZEN X-Fi2, which is now available at Amazon. Its a touchscreen PMP without the excitement being offered by the upcoming Zii EGG with the stemcell software.


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Pre Beats iPhone 3GS in New Speed Test.

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The rivalry between the Palm Pre and the iPhone 3GS has been going on since before either phone was released. Palm served their new baby up as a faster, smoother alternative to the old iPhone and, they hoped, to whatever Apple had in store for the 3GS.


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AU Mobile Announces iida Pico Projector for G9 Handsets

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Japans AU Mobile Company is known for creating some wild and out there products. But recently they have announced several new products that they will be releasing soon.

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Sony Xperia X3 Spotted

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Android nerds everywhere have been on the lookout for the Sony Rachel Xperia X3, aka the Rachel, for months now. The X3 was expected to be one of the first Android smartphones released to pack the extra-speedy 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.


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NCVEC Releases New Technician Class Question Pool

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The Question Pool Committee (QPC) of the National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (NCVEC) released the new Technician class (Element 2) question pool on Monday, January 4. This new question pool will become effective for all examinations administered on or after July 1, 2010; it will remain valid until June 30, 2014. The current Technician question pool that became effective July 1, 2006 will expire June 30, 2010. The new Technician pool contains approximately 400 questions, from which 35 are selected for an Element 2 examination; it will contain graphics and diagrams, something new for this element. The current General class question pool was effective July 1, 2007 and is valid through June 30, 2011. The current Amateur Extra class pool was effective July 1, 2008 and is valid until June 30, 2012.

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Risks of not doing online backup of PC

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Online backup is one thing whose importance is not understood properly by mainstream consumers. People dont realize how important it is to safeguard important data.


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Runco Launches Q-750i and Q-750d Projectors

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Runco has been a steadfast leader in luxury video solutions for more than 20 years. Today, the company has launched their new Quantum Color series, which marks the companys first set of LED projectors.


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OE-A shows off nonvolatile RAM, RFID tag formed by printing

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While its far from being noteworthy to the mainstream public, printable electronics hold a lot of promise. Over at Printable Electronics 2009 in Tokyo, the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) demonstrated some of the most extreme, useful printings that weve seen to date.

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Motorola Droid Hands-On Test And Photos Appear Early

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Verizon Wireless started to officially tease their new iPhone killer Motorola Droid over the weekend. If you already want to see the Motorola Droid in the wild and get some first hand impressions, BoyGeniusReport has you covered.


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Honda opens New Solar Hydrogen Station to Re-fuel Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

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Honda began operation of a next generation solar hydrogen station prototype at the Los Angeles Center of Honda R&D America. Designed as a single, integrated unit to fit in the users garage, Hondas next generation Solar Hydrogen Station reduces the size of the system, while producing enough hydrogen (0.


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Xandros instant-on Presto Linux distro now available for download-o

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It looks like those itching to try out Xandros instant-on Presto Linux distribution neednt linger in drawn out boot processes any longer, as the beta version of the OS is now finally available for download from all the usual sources.

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LG affirms that 12 megapixel cameraphone is in the works

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Here at MWC, the only cellphone maker to actually come forward with proof of a 12 megapixel phone was Sony Ericsson. Still, you know that everyone else is apt to follow suit as quickly as possible, and it seems that LG will be one of the first.

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Viewsonic Releases 3D Projectors in Australia and New Zealand

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A few months ago at InfoComm, Viewsonic announced three new projectors that would be releasing shortly, the PJD6381, PJD6211, and PJD6221. Today, the company has announced that all three projectors are now available on the Australian and New Zealand markets.


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Archos 10 netbook now available for purchase

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So, the last wed heard, Archos 10-inch netbook was going to be available in April, but here it is -- the middle-to-beginning-of-the-end of February, and its available to order now.

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Olympus E-450-Worlds Smallest and lightest DSLR

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Developed with amateurs in mind, the easy-to-use Olympus E-450 brings a high performance D-SLR to users with unbridled imaginations. A range of Art Filters allows photographers to stretch the limits of their creativity, without complicated software or a computer.

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Talking to Australia on the commute to work

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The skyline of Perth, Western Australia. (Courtesy of Wikimedia)

The skyline of Perth, Western Australia. (Courtesy of Wikimedia)

This morning on the commute to work I joined a conversation with Dale, VE3XZT, and John, VK6NOW using the local D-Star repeater, VA3ODG.  John had linked into the Ottawa repeater through the Perth, Western Australia, repeater.  Later Steve, VK6ST, joined the chat.

There was a variety of D-Star transceivers being used, IC-91AD, IC-92D, IC-2820 between us and all functioned very well.  Indeed, there was some comment on how well the audio was from each of the stations.  I have found the D-Star repeater connections to give much better audio than through IRLP links. When a station comes in through a linked D-Star repeater, it sounds no different than if they were local.

It was enjoyable to chat to a couple of Australian amateurs and note the differences between our two locations.  Dale and myself were commuting to work in the morning, with the temperature around -10°C in Ottawa.  John and Steve in Perth were at the end of their day, around 11pm, with a temperature of 20°C.

This made me realize that I do not use the VA3ODG repeater enough,  as well as link to other  D-Star repeaters around the World.  I will try and do more.  If you want to chat with me through D-Star, feel free to contact me so we can set up a sked.

      

Read more: VA3STL's Weblog

 

Mechanical webpage hitcounter

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This counter would have an additional advantage, though: every time a person requests a page from my site, the counter would give a satisfying Click!. The more clicks you hear, the more people reading your pages.

Read more: Electronics Infoline

 
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