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Wireless Chips

Posted By Guest on April 05, 2010

Sony's wireless chip connections say goodbye to wires
Wireless Chips

John Boyd

No matter how much circuitry engineers are able to cram into a semiconductor device, they can't make it work faster than the wires between such devices will allow. That's why Sony's recent development of a wireless alternative is so exciting. Products often employ as many as 1000 pins to connect devices, and those pins take up a lot of space. More than anything, they set the limit on how large an electronic device can be.Read More

Sensors Harvest Mechanical Energy

Posted By Guest on April 02, 2010

Georgia Tech professor Zhong Lin Wang holds an improved nanogenerator containing 700 rows of nanowire arrays
Sensors Harvest Mechanical Energy

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created the world's first self-powered sensors at the nanometric scale. Tiny generators embedding thousands of nanowires produce electricity whenever the wires are subjected to mechanical strain, and can be used to power microscopic sensors without the need for batteries.Read More

Space Station To Get Man Cave

Posted By Todd on March 31, 2010

International Space Station gets 'Man Cave' Complete with Robot Butler
Space Station To Get Man Cave

There might be a new favorite hang-out for astronauts aboard the International Space Station later this year. The Multi Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) known as Leonardo – which will be going to the ISS on the upcoming STS-131 mission carrying cargo and supplies — will be transformed after the mission into a Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM), and brought up to stay on the station on STS-133 as a storeroom for supplies. But it might also become a haven to get away from it all.Read More

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$1,000 i7 Desktop Computer

Posted By Jake Easton on March 25, 2010

Core i7 Reference Guide
Build It Or Buy It? A Practical Guide for an i7-920 Computer with 12GB Memory and Windows 7 for under $1,000
$1,000 i7 Desktop Computer

The Core i7 is Intel's monster processor that everybody seems to be talking about, but is the Ferrari of processors really worth the price?

We wanted to see what all the i7 excitement was about, so we decided to take the plunge based on the following criteria: It had to be screaming fast, upgrade compatible (1366 socket), and relatively low cost. After some research, we learned that an i7-920 would be the best i7 computer to meet our requirements - and to our surprise - could be built OR purchased on a budget of less than $1,000.

Make sure you start with a Core i7-9xx series (1366 socket) processor. Other i7s like the i7-860/870 use the 1156 socket and are not upgrade compatible.

An i7 computer needs three essential ingredients that generally aren't lying around in the garage: (1) an i7-900 series processor (like the entry-level i7-920); (2) an Intel X58 chipset-compatible motherboard, and (3) lots of DDR3 memory. Knowing what we needed, we then had to decide whether to build it - or buy one off the shelf.

The decision turned out to be an easy one after we found a Core i7-920 workstation at Costco loaded with a jaw-dropping 12GB of DDR3 memory, 1TB SATA hard drive, and Windows 7 - all for $999 delivered.Read More

IBM Replaces Copper With Pulses of Light

Posted By Jake Easton on March 04, 2010

IBM replaces signals that communicate via copper wires with pulses of light - creating the world's fastest transfer
IBM replaces copper wires with pulses of light

IBM scientists unveiled a significant step towards replacing electrical signals that communicate via copper wires between computer chips with tiny silicon circuits that communicate using pulses of light. As reported in the recent issue of the scientific journal Nature, this is an important advancement in changing the way computer chips talk to each other.Read More

Wii-Controlled Robotic Drums

Posted By Guest on March 01, 2010

Solenoid Drums

A musician has harnessed the power of two Nintendo Wii remotes to become a cyborg percussionist with the robo-band Jazari. His playing of one drum machine can evoke an automated response from another, so that he can go around the drum circle in a beautiful display of human-robot improvisation using solenoids.Read More

iPod Coffee Table

Posted By Guest on January 26, 2010

iPod Shaped ‘iTable’ gives a geeky look to contemporary spaces
iPod Coffee Table

Designed for the Milan Design Week, the iTables by Italian artist Mirko Ginepro is a collection of trendy coffee tables that resembles an iPod, giving a geeky look to modern living spaces.Read More

High Tech Weapons

Posted By Jake Easton on January 04, 2010

Science Fiction Weapons That Actually Exist
High Tech Weapons

The gear may look like it came straight out of Avatar or Battlestar Galactica. But all of the laser weapons, robots and sonic blasters pictured here are real. Some of these weapons have already found their way onto the battlefield.Read More

VCR Clock Site: Useless, But Funny

Posted By Guest on January 02, 2010

VCR Clock website outlines the tribulations of setting a clock on an outdated VCR
VCR Clock

Click the VCR Clock link below, but look closely - the link isn't as dead as it appears.

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Smart Umbrella Forecasts Weather

Posted By Lisa McNear on December 30, 2009

Glowing handle lets you know if there's rain in the forecast
Smart Umbrella Forecasts Weather

The Ambient Umbrella lets you know when rain or snow is in the forecast by illuminating its handle. Light patterns intuitively indicate rain, drizzle, snow, or thunderstorms.Read More