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The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai

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Not only is the star of this gory side-scrolling killathon a washer of dishers and a samurai slicer of cyborgs, he's also the winner of a talent competition to promote indie 360 developers. Read on to see if The Dishwasher can take a place alongside other indie classics.

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Samsung Memoir in the wild, just a bit clearer this time

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Back in December, we didnt know whether to think the Memoir images emerging from Mr. Blurrycam were real or fake. Now that T-Mobile has gone official, though, theres precisely zero doubt of the authenticity of these.

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ASRock ION330 Gets Blu-ray

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ASRock has announced that its ION330 SFF computer is getting an update. The machine was small is size already making it an appealing HTPC for home theater fans and now the device is gaining a Blu-ray player.


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Researchers create new thermal material

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Researchers at IFAM in Germany create a new thermal material for cooling silicon by adding diamond powder to copper.

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Touchable Holograms

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Almost everyone loves holograms. They are a futuristic technology that is rapidly growing and starting to become part of everyday life. The only problem with holograms is that they are like ghosts and there is no physical way to interact with them.


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Propagation Forecast Bulletin #8 de K7RA:

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On February 11-13 we saw a sunspot, then it was gone. Typical of sunspots recently, it was only seen briefly, and this one was a relic of Cycle 23 according to its magnetic signature. For at least a couple of years now we've been expecting Cycle 23 to bottom out and new Cycle 24 spots to emerge, but the sunspot minimum drags on. Most projections are based on past cycle activity, so according to the timing of past solar minimums, we keep thinking surely soon there will be an explosion of new solar activity, but the Sun seems to tease us.

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16 Ridiculous Killer Robots

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We post about killer robots (not killer robots, but, you know) a lot here on BotJunkie, simply because thats where all the money is. But theres a whole subset of killer robots that weve been ignoring: the really, really stupid ones.


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JVC announces two in-earphones with iPhone-compatible plug

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JVC today announced the addition of two new models to its line of in-ear headphones, both available in a range of colors. For the active user, JVC offers a new sports clip headphone, the HA-EBX85, which comes with ear hooks for a secure fit and is offered in three colors.


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JT4 on the Microwave Bands

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A growing number of Radio Amateurs are using the JT4 mode on the microwave bands with excellent results. JT4 is part of the WSJT weak signal software developed by Joe Taylor, K1JT

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Video Monday: Robo Catcher

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That crappy claw crane thing is so old and busted; robot vending machines are obviously the new hotness. Not machines vending robots (how meta would that be), but machines using robots to sucker hapless humans into paying money for a chance at a prize of presumably lesser value.


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Biostar claims Core i5 runs DDR3-1333

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CeBIT 09: Biostar's next generation Intel P55 board claims the CPU will run DDR3-1333 - faster than Core i7 - but it'll also OC to 2,000MHz.

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AMD Phenom II X2 550 Black Edition CPU

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AMD's Phenom II goes from strength to strength, and this new dual core Black Edition CPU promises some large overclocks for very little cash. Is it enough to take on Intel's 45nm Wolfdale and become our recommendation for a bargain buy?

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ARRL DXCC Desk Approves Two 2009 Operations

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ARRL DXCC Manager Bill Moore, NC1L, reports that two 2009 operations have been approved for DXCC credit: Western Sahara (S04R) and North Cook Island (E51QQQ). “If you had cards that were recently rejected for this operation, please send an This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to the ARRL DXCC Desk and you will be placed on the list for update,” Moore said.  

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3G iPod Touch with Camera gets leaked, Cocktail to be announced in September

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The iPhone and iPod Touch are almost identical if not for the latters inability to make calls, lack of Bluetooth, and missing camera. Well, thats about to change based on this leaked image of what could be the 3rd generation iPod Touch.


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What's the best supersize case fan?

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We've collected six supersized case fans (180mm to 225mm) to see which is best for that all-important side panel fan. Read on to see how Akasa, Antec and others fared in our rigorous airflow and noise testing!

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Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works

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Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John has indicated Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works.

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FCC Turns 75 Today

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On June 19, 1934, 75 years ago today, President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) -- replacing the Federal Radio Commission -- by signing Public Law 73-416, the Communications Act of 1934. Happy birthday FCC!

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T-Mobile dude promises more G series phones this year

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In an interview with FierceWireless, T-Mobile USAs senior VP of engineering and operations (and newly-minted chairman of 3G Americas board) Neville Ray has slipped a couple juicy morsels in the process of talking up his carriers ongoing 3G rollout.

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Epson Announces Worlds First 4K HTPS LCD Display Panel

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Epson is proud to announce today that they have developed the worlds first 4K compatible high-temperature polysilicon (HTPS) TFT liquid crystal panel for 3LCD projectors.


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NVIDIA Reveals Samsung Ion-powered Netbook

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NVIDIA is mum on any details of a new netbook model coming from Samsung that sports the Intel Ion platform inside. Big green won?t spill the details like the model name, specs, or pricing.


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IOTA news from the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club

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Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Fredy, DE0MST of the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club

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When Power Is Out, 'Hams' Pipe Up:

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As surely as snow and ice storms will descend and knock out power, the Red Cross will provide emergency help again this year with a big hand from the radio "hams." "Absolutely, yes," said Carol Freshour, emergency-services director at the Fairfield County chapter of the American Red Cross, which also serves Hocking County. "Amateur-radio people are just the best." The ham-radio operators relay messages and help when all else fails in our high-tech world.

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