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New Indian Amateur Radio Satellite

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StudSat (STUDent SATellite) is slated for a March 2010 launch and will carry a camera capable of 90 metre resolution

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Apricot AL C4, Mitsubishis Latest Ultra Light and Expensive 12 Notebook

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Lets say you have 332,845 Yen to spend (2454) and are looking for a compact Notebook from a company mainly known for its legendary rally car and 4x4 and an OK LCD monitor Yep you guessed it right, were talking about Mitsubishis latest 12.


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Gridplane releases hazy NXE mockup that never was

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Design / animation studio Gridplanes recently unloaded photos of a mockup it contributed to the Microsoft Xbox team in charge of revamping the Xbox user interface, which eventually became the New Xbox Experience, AKA NXE.

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AU iida Polaris Rollyifies Your Cellphone

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In the tradition of uncertainty, confusion, and general huh?-ness incarnated in the Sony Rolly comes the AU iida Polaris, which, if anything, manages to be just a little bit stranger than the Rolly.


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Transcend StoreJe 18M portable hard drive fully meets U.S. military drop-test standards

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Transcend today announced a new addition to its successful line of StoreJet Portable Hard Drives, the StoreJet 18M. The StoreJe 18M mini portable hard drive offers good looks and industry-leading shockproof features in an all-new compact portable size.


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AIDA Is Your Dashboard Back Seat Driving Robot

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As if you dont have enough distractions while driving, the Personal Robots Group at the MIT Media Lab and MITs SENSEable City Lab have teamed up to create AIDA, a robot that lives in your dashboard, is way smarter than you, and has no compunctions about letting you know it: AIDA is actually watching you while you drive, paying attention to your expressions and even measuring your galvanic skin response through the steering wheel.


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MS promises 18 months for XP downgrade

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Microsoft announced that it will extend the XP downgrade option for Windows 7 to eighteen months.

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RoboShake Shirt

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It looks like a gesture of friendship, but you know what the human is saying? OW OW OW PLEASE STOP CRUSHING MY HAND! Its $20. [ NerdyShirts ] VIA [ io9 ].


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Nokia Notebooks on the Horizon?

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Nokia is apparently thinking about entering the laptop market. Nokias CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said in an interview to Finnish national broadcaster YLE yesterday that the company is very actively looking into this opportunity.

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Palms subscription accounting webOS plans revealed, CPAs rejoice

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Truthfully, even the hardest of hardcore Palm fans are going to have a tough time getting jazzed about this, but given that were looking for every morsel of webOS news to tide us over until that undisclosed Pre launch date finally happens, were passing it on.

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Robot On Wheels Is The Only Home Youll Ever Need

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According to Hong Kong artist and designer Kacey Wong, homeless people need better looking shelters. So, he designed this mobile tin robot that transforms into a little live/work space, complete with a bed, a desk, and a chair.

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Twitter returns to @Bell Canada for $0.15 a pop

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While the fact that Twitters SMS service is returning to Canada is grand news, Bell Canadas 15 cent price for admission is most definitely not.

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WiFi Rail finalizes 20 year deal to bring internet to BART trains

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Nearly a year to the day after we heard that WiFi trials were beginning on some of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit trains, WiFi Rail has announced a deal thatll last a score and provide high-speed WiFi throughout the BART transit system and on all BART commuter trains.

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Lenovo Hybrid Is Both a Laptop and a Tablet Computer (NewsFactor)

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NewsFactor - Lenovo is previewing a new type of hybrid PC at the Consumer Electronics Show this week featuring laptop and tablet capabilities. Called the IdeaPad U1, the hybrid device has a base that functions as a laptop and a detachable screen that doubles as a multi-touch slate tablet. Moreover, each component has its own dedicated processor and operating system.

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APOP Takes on iPod with A1800 HD PMP

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All right, besides the 5-inch high-def screen and a pretty vague hardware render that actually looks interesting, the only thing going for this PMP is that people might just think youre saying iPod when youre really saying APOP.

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Nvidia's Hybrid SLI technology no longer matters

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One of those technologies that showed so much promise, but delivered so little last year was Nvidia's Hybrid SLI technology. We covered this in quite a lot of depth even before the actual products arrived. And when they did arrive, they weren't exactly brilliant.

To me, the most interesting part of Hybrid SLI was in fact Hybrid Power, which would essentially allow gamers to switch off their power hungry graphics cards when they weren't being used for gaming or GPU computing and instead use a more power-efficient integrated GPU to drive your display. And it was the one reason to introduce the GeForce 9800-series because a number of the cards in that line up were simply re-hashed G92 based GeForce 8-series products that featured Hybrid Power technology.

Ever since Nvision ended a massive bombshell, where Nvidia announced that it was to open SLI out to Intel's X58 chipset, we've been wondering where Hybrid SLI - and in particular Hybrid Power - stood in the DIY market today. We managed to get some answers that shed a lot more light on Nvidia's plans for the technology than our previous attempts where the water wasn't left quite as clear.

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GSM Version of the Palm Pre Approved

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Are you a big fan of the Palm Pre who doesnt want to switch over to the Sprint carrier? If so, weve got some good news for you today. A GSM, 3G enabled version of the Palm Pre has just been certified by WiFi.


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programming books..

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I was fortunate to attend a C Programming Workshop recently at my workplace. The training sessions I had attended so far had always been boring. This was different. Though my copy of K&R book is about 14 years old (and I had also been actually programming in C for quite some time - close to 10 years in my professional life), I learnt a lot of new things from this workshop. We were introduced to strange aspects of C language. Most of these things are known and we encounter them rarely in our regular day to day programming. We often work around them. But it is very enlightening to know those strange things.

About 2 years back, I bought Peter van der Linden’s great book “Expert C programming - Deep C secrets”. I read afew pages here and there and moved on with something else. But this training got me back into this book and I am greatly enjoying the book again. The book mostly covered most of what was covered in our Workshop, though the instructor didn’t use or mention this particular text. He used Harbison & Steele and K&R.

I am also reading and working through another great book - Programming pearls by Jon Bentley at the moment.

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3LCD Technology Becomes #1 Worldwide

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3LCD display technology has recently announced that they have officially become the #1 front projection technology worldwide. According to the most recent data from Pacific Media Associates, 3LCD has acquired 51 percent of the worldwide front projection market.

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Nissan and Sumitomo to give a second life to used electric car lithium-ion batteries

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Nissan and Sumitomo today announced joint plans to initiate a business venture to Reuse, Resell, Refabricate and Recycle lithium-ion batteries previously used in electric cars, giving them a second-life as energy-storage solutions in markets worldwide.


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Dell Studio 14z Launched

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Dell announced today the Studio 14z consumer laptop, featuring a 14-inch display, Intels Pentium or Core 2 Duo processors, and the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics.


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Throwable EyeBall R1 Surveillance Robot

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We mentioned a little robotic eyeball in yesterdays post about the ODF EyeDrive surveillance robot, and eagle-eyed readers who sat through the whole video might have noticed in the very last scene that the EyeDrive robot drops a little round ball.


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