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NYC's Payphones Will Become Gigabit Wi-Fi Access Points
11-19-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
It's a change that everybody but Superman will love. 
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Samsung reveals super fast, super dense 850 Pro SSDs up to 1TB in capacity
11-18-2014  •  Amohttp://www.dvice.com 
Aside from being a global leader in producing smartphones, TVs, and home appliances, Samsung is also at the forefront in providing fast, high-capacity flash storage for your PC. 
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This $99 Phone Case Has A Built-In Printer So You Can Print Selfies In Seconds
11-18-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
A French startup called Prynt recently debuted a $99 smartphone case that includes a built-in printer. 
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Nvidia's Tesla K80 dual-GPU offers 24 GB graphics memory
11-18-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Chris Wood 
Nvidia has unveiled its latest graphics offering in the form of the Tesla K80 dual-GPU.  
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A High Resolution Thermal Camera, the Therm-App
11-18-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Rhett Allain 
No, this isn't the all new all thermal camera review site. It's still the same old Dot Physics.  
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How littleBits Engineers Turn Their Ideas Into DIY Kits
11-17-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
Every electronic module in a littleBits kit is, well, little. Their small size and ability to snap together in nearly any combination make them useful prototyping tools: Engineers often use them to build rough versions of a new product. 
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New Prynt Accessory Turns Your Smartphone Case into a Polaroid Camera
11-16-2014  •  http://www.modernreaders.com, By Lorenzo Tanos 
The Prynt was recently highlighted in a report from TechCrunch, as the case's makers gave the reputable tech site an exclusive preview of the new product 
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Can You Fix A Machine By Smacking It?
11-15-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
Short answer: Maybe for a while. 
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DARPA circuit smashes electronic speed record
11-01-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By David Szondy 
Getting into the Guinness Book of World Records isn't just about who can eat the most hotdogs or fly a paper airplane the highest. 
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New Droid Turbo Charges to 8 Hours of Battery Life in Just 15 Minutes
10-28-2014  •  http://www.wired.com 
With all the Nexuses and Galaxies and Motos and HTC Ones out there, the Droid lineup of phones can get lost in the shuffle. 
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Out of juice? New battery technology could help smartphones last twice as long
10-27-2014  •  http://www.scmp.com 
Smartphones that last twice as long before they need to be recharged could soon become reality after a US tech start-up revealed a portable battery with more than double the capacity of those currently on the market. 
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BuyTREZOR.com
10-16-2014  •  buytrezor.com 
The Hardware Bitcoin Wallet 
Robert Lee
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This $99 Headset Could Get All of Us Hooked on VR
10-13-2014  •  http://www.wired.com 
While the world awaits a true consumer version of a virtual-reality headset like the Oculus Rift or Sony's Project Morpheus, the smartphone is emerging as an amuse-bouche for the VR appetite: Demo versions of the Samsung Gear VR already are appeari 
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With This Tiny Box, You Can Anonymize Everything You Do Online
10-13-2014  •  Wired.com 
No tool in existence protects your anonymity on the Web better than the software Tor, which encrypts Internet traffic and bounces it through random computers around the world.  
Robert Lee
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$10 Smartphone to digital microscope conversion!
10-10-2014  •  http://www.instructables.com 
The world is an interesting place, but it's fascinating up close. Through the lens of a microscope you can find details that you would otherwise never notice. But now you can. 
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RoomAlive transforms your living room into an interactive video game
10-09-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com 
Microsoft Research has moved on from IllumiRoom, its concept for adding visuals to the periphery of gamers' television sets. 
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HTC goes into the actioncam market, with the RE
10-09-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com 
Although HTC is best-known for its smartphones, today the company announced its venture into another product category – actioncams. The company has announced the RE, a viewfinder-less waterproof video camera that looks sort of like something you'd  
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See What's Buried in the Swiss Bunkers Turned Into Secretive Data Centers
09-29-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Pete Brook 
 
Robert Lee
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Building lab-on-chip devices could soon be like playing with Lego
09-24-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com 
With their ability to guide and analyze tiny quantities of liquid, microfluidic "lab-on-chip" devices have found use in everything from seawater desalination to explosives detection to the viewing of viruses. 
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The Rise Of Open Source Hardware
09-17-2014  •  popsci.com 
Hardware has always lagged behind software in the open source movement. But one website is beginning to change that. 
Robert Lee
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Ideum experiments with tangible interface on projected capacitive touch tables
09-16-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com 
Multi-touch hardware and software company Ideum is exploring a potential future for the workplace in which traditional desks give way to projected capacitive touch (PCT) tables that you use with both hand gestures and tangible objects. The project is 
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Augmented Reality Visor Will Overlay Data On The Real World
09-11-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
Instead of a Glass-like "phone on your face," Leap Motion's AR prototype genuinely blends the virtual and the physical. 
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The iPhone 6?s New Camera Could Forever Change Filmmaking
09-11-2014  •  http://www.wired.com 
Amidst all the hoopla over the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and their motion processors, faster CPUs, and larger screens, it was also announced that Apple's latest smartphones would have a much better camera. 
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The Man Who Will Build Google's Elusive Quantum Computer
09-06-2014  •  Wired.com 
John Martinis is one of the world's foremost experts on quantum computing, a growing field of science that aims to process information at super high speeds using strange physics of very tiny particles such as electrons and photons.  
Robert Lee
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Supersize Your DIY Computing With Tiny Titan
08-30-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
Tiny Titan runs a particle simulator. Each Raspberry Pi chip calculates the motion of one set of objects, communicating with its neighbors about the other particles' locations.  
Robert Lee
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Seagate starts shipping world's first 8 TB hard drives
08-29-2014  •  gizmag.com 
For many, solid-state drives are the way to go because of the speed advantages they offer over traditional platter-based hard drives. 
Robert Lee
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Barebones Android PC aimed at low-cost 24/7 operation
08-25-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Chris Wood 
From full Windows machines to Chromeboxes, there's a fair bit of choice if you're looking for a small form factor desktop PC in 2014. 
Robert Lee
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The Internet Has Grown Too Big for Its Aging Infrastructure
08-14-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Robert McMillan 
Yesterday, the 20,000 customers who use a Lansing Michigan web hosting company called Liquid Web had some big internet problems. The reason: the internet grew too big for the memory chips in the company's Cisco routers. 
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IBM Unveils a 'Brain-Like' Chip With 4,000 Processor Cores
08-08-2014  •  Wired.com 
The human brain is the world's most sophisticated computer, capable of learning new things on the fly, using very little data.  
Robert Lee
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