category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: shameless | 25 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Lotus knows a thing or two about car technology. It's responsible for building the Tesla Roadster, it had a hand in creating the electric Rolls-Royce 102EX, and there are now two teams in Formula 1 bearing its name.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: cashback | 19 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Video footage supposedly sneaked out of a top secret, hush-hush Nintendo developer meeting showing the forthcoming Wii 2 has leaked onto the Internet.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: mario loves you | 18 May 2011 | email this to a friend
After hackers knocked its PlayStation Network offline for nearly a month, Sony is now trying to make amends by giving customers free video games.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: cashback | 18 May 2011 | email this to a friend
As if soaring down the highway on a Harley Davidson motorcycle isn't all sorts of badass already, YouTuber Tigerpause444 created these six modified motorcycle helmets that take inspiration from a handful of geek movie and video game hits. These head protectors don't just look cool, some light up and change your voice too.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: neo | 17 May 2011 | email this to a friend
The 10.1-inch screen features a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels, which is four times the pixel density of common 10.1" (Android) tablets such as the Motorola Xoom (1280x800 pixels). Apple's iPad and iPad 2, by the way run with 1024xz768 pixels.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: High Voltage | 17 May 2011 | email this to a friend
While consumers seem to sniff at tablets which do not have an Apple logo on them, analysts think that having Intel inside might appeal to the more discerning IT experts in the enterprise. According to ComputerWorld, Intel's Oak Trail processor could bring in tablets which would shut Apple off from the insider realms of technology.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: controlalterdelete | 16 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Company announces it will restore services, with restoration beginning in stages. Nearly entire portfolio of online games, game forums, and Web sites will go back online, but PS3 players will have to reset passwords.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: postypat | 16 May 2011 | email this to a friend
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. has recalled about 1,000 of its PlayBook tablets that were shipped with faulty operating systems which may have prevented users from performing the initial setup of the device.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: oscarthegrouch | 12 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Google and Apple have been questioned in the US Senate over their use of location data in mobile services. It follows revelations that iPhones and Android devices were storing information. Governments around the world are considering whether privacy laws offer enough protection to consumers in the light of new services.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: cashback | 09 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Apple has overtaken Google as the world's most valuable brand, ending a four-year reign by the Internet search leader, according to a new study by global brands agency Millward Brown.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: High Voltage | 06 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Hacker group Anonymous denies Sony’s accusations that it waged the massive data breach of the PlayStation Network in an attempt to steal members’ credit card data. Instead, says self-appointed Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown, any evidence that Anonymous was involved is the work of its enemies trying to frame the infamous group.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: donkeykong | 06 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Boeing first unveiled a near-complete version of its Phantom Ray unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) nearly a year ago. This week, the company announced that its Phantom Ray has completed its first flight.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: baldy | 05 May 2011 | email this to a friend
The latest weapon in the battle to stop Somali pirates is this magnetic robot that can sneak up the side of a pirate ship, then send video images back to local ships.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: cashback | 05 May 2011 | email this to a friend
Robots in a Swiss laboratory have evolved to help each other, just as predicted by a classic analysis of how self-sacrifice might emerge in the biological world.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: controlalterdelete | 29 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
It appears every gadget in your possession is tracking your location. First it was the iPhone, then Android phones and now it's your bleedin' sat-nav. TomTom, perhaps in a pre-emptive strike against its own user-tracking scandal, has admitted its sat-navs can track users and inform third parties about how fast they're going.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: ng | 29 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
Tattoo artists are increasingly leaving their mark on Western culture, but a study released Thursday reveals for the first time how their designs will deteriorate as their human canvases age.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: oscarthegrouch | 29 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
The Vehicle Arrestor by Barrier1 Systems is a vehicle-stopping road barrier that can pop up out of the ground in a mere 2 seconds. How serious is it? Well, it can take a 15,000 pound truck and turn it into little pieces of junk without a lot of effort.
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category: technology | 1 comments | submitted by: lau | 28 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
When it comes to being more immersed in any sort of content the larger the screen the easier it is. This is why a flick on a gigantic IMAX screen is so much cooler than a similar flick on a smaller screen in your local theater. Sharp has developed a new and very cool multi screen display system that makes the whole room into a giant display. The screen is installed in a theme park called Huis Ten Bosch Co. Ltd.
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: lau | 27 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
In an announcement yesterday, Sony stated that the outage will last for an indefinite amount of time as the company has to entirely rebuild the system, which is a 'time intensive process.'
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category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: The Judge | 27 Apr 2011 | email this to a friend
Nintendo 3DS hand held game console somehow disappointed the company with sales figures below expectations since its launch late last month. The console sold 113,000 units in UK within the 1st week of its launch itself, but the figure was remarkably lower than what Nintendo had expected. Nintendo had predicted that the device will sell 140,000 units in its first week.
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