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Technology: Computer Hardware


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Quantum computing moves forward with new breakthrough
11-20-2013  •  dvice 
Most scientists believe the next step in computing will be quantum computers. Quantum computers are fast: they are capable of working a million times faster than a standard PC.  
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Bitcoin Developer Sells $8 Million Worth Of Hardware In 24 Hours....
12-03-2013  •  businessinsider.com 
Stockholm-based KnCMiner sold $8 million worth of their new $10,000-a-pop bitcoin miners in 24 hours last Wednesday, according to KnC spokesman Alex Lawn.  
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Drool-Worthy $99 Kit Lets Kids Build Their Own Computers
12-04-2013  •  Wired.com 
Teaching children the basics of computer science isn’t as simple as teaching them to tie their shoes.  
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Robert Lee
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Ex-Official Says FBI Can Secretly Activate an Individual's Webcam Without Indication
12-08-2013  •  The Blaze 
“The FBI has been able to covertly activate a computer’s camera — without triggering the light that lets users know it is recording — for several years, and has used that technique mainly in terrorism cases or the most serious criminal investigations 
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Tech Time Warp of the Week: The Mother of All Demos, 1968
12-14-2013  •  Wired.com 
Alan Kay was in Utah and he was sick, but he needed to go. “I had to fight with my girlfriend,” he remembers, “but there was no way I was going to miss it.” He hopped a Western Airlines flight to San Francisco, and when he settled ...... 
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Steve Wozniak Backed This Awesome Computer Kit On Kickstarter
12-19-2013  •  Business Insider 
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has backed a Kickstarter project called Kano, a DIY computer kit powered by the famous $35 Raspberry Pi computer.  
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Robert Lee
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Chunky Xbox One modded into slim laptop
12-25-2013  •  dvice.com 
The Xbox One has only been available for a month and it's already become the apple of many a modder's eyes. YouTube user "darkuncle33" has beaten Ben Heck to building an Xbox One laptop. 
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Brainlike Computers, Learning From Experience
12-29-2013  •  New York Times 
Computers have entered the age when they are able to learn from their own mistakes, a development that is about to turn the digital world on its head. The first commercial version of the new kind of computer chip is scheduled to be released in 2014. 
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New MRAM technology promises memorable consumer electronics experience
01-01-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Darren Quick 
In his 2005 paper, Professor of Physics Johan Εkerman touted magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) as a promising candidate for a "universal memory" that could replace the various types of memory commonly found alongside each other in modern e 
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Grippity is world’s first transparent tablet
01-01-2014  •  dvice.com 
Tablets have come into their own over the past three years. 
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Backdoor in wireless DSL routers lets attacker reset router, get admin
01-02-2014  •  ars technica 
The backdoor requires the attacker be on the local network, so this isn’t something that could be used to remotely attack DSL users. It could be used to commandeer a wireless access point and allow unfettered access to local network resources. 
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The Kool-Aid of Reasonable Suspicion
01-02-2014  •  Simple Justice 
Nothing good ever starts with a quote by Michael Chertoff. Ever. The holding was that plaintiffs lacked standing to maintain the action. Often unrecognized by non-lawyers, Article III of the Constitution limits federal court jurisdiction to matters i 
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NSA seeks to build quantum computer that could crack most types of encryption
01-04-2014  •  washingtonpost, By Steven Rich and Barton Gellman 
In room-size metal boxes ­secure against electromagnetic leaks, the National Security Agency is racing to build a computer that could break nearly every kind of encryption used to protect banking, medical, business and government records around the w 
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Tech Time Warp of the Week: The World’s First Hard Drive, 1956
01-04-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Daniela Hernandez 
IBM unleashed the world’s first computer hard disk drive in 1956.  
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Robert Lee
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Intel presents wearable technology vision
01-07-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Stuart Robarts 
Intel used its keynote presentation at CES to focus on wearable technology, with Chief Executive Brian Krzanich providing a whistlestop tour of wearable devices that the company will be rolling out.  
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Facing Doubters, IBM Expands Plans for Watson
01-10-2014  •  technologyreview.com 
IBM says it will invest $1 billion in the computer system that won on Jeopardy! but has stumbled so far in the real world.  
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Supercomputer models one second of human brain activity
01-13-2014  •  http://www.telegraph.co, By Matthew Sparkes 
The most accurate simulation of the human brain ever has been carried out, but a single second’s worth of activity took one of the world’s largest supercomputers 40 minutes to calculate  
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Pocket-sized modular ICE xPC combines a tablet, laptop and PC in one device
01-16-2014  •  gizmag.com 
Different computing tasks can prompt us to open our laptops or reach for the tablet, while there are some that leave us somewhere in between.  
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Robert Lee
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The First Totally Open Source Laptop Is Almost Real
01-17-2014  •  Wired.com 
Is your laptop secure? In the age of widespread snooping from the NSA and so many others, do you really know that your machine is safe?  
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Robert Lee
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Why Southern China Is The Best Place In The World For A Hardware Innovator
01-18-2014  •  Business Insider 
OH NO, NOT another accelerator, you may think.  
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The End of Ownership: Why You Need to Fight America’s Copyright Laws
01-21-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Kyle Wiens 
Just the other day, I got a card in the mail for my 30th birthday. When I opened it up, the card started singing “Happy Birthday.” And that little thing — pealing out at the top of its automated lungs — made me laugh. What a strange thing to computer 
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A Slick Electronics Kit Turns You Into a Hardware Whiz
01-23-2014  •  Wired.com 
If your knowledge of engineering stops with putting batteries in a TV remote, you might try fiddling around with a littleBits kit for a day.  
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Robert Lee
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Tech Time Warp of the Week: The Horrifying Apple Super Bowl Ad That Time Forgot, 1985
02-03-2014  •  Wired.com 
As the tech world celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh last Friday, we were reminded — time and again — of the iconic Super Bowl ad that announced the arrival of Apple’s world-changing machine.  
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Robert Lee
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Google Glass on steroids - meet the HC1
02-13-2014  •  NEXT NEWS 
NATION | Could another mobile headset computer make a technological leap over Google Glass before that device even becomes popular? By now, most people have heard of Google Glass. The mobile display unit is making news, before it even becomes common. 
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Gizmag visits the Aleph Objects 3D printer factory
03-01-2014  •  gizmag.com 
Aleph Objects, maker of the LulzBot line of 3D printers, recently made the switch to a new facility in Colorado, big enough to meet its expanding production needs and designed to add more injection-molded and laser-cut parts to the printers.  
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Sony and Panasonic announce successor to Blu-ray
03-12-2014  •  http://www.dvice.com, Robin Burks 
During the last generation of video gaming, Sony added Blu-ray technology to its PlayStation 3. This resulted in games with more realistic graphics, unlike anything we’d seen before. Now, Sony, along with Panasonic, are hoping to make that experience 
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Don't call it a smartwatch: This enormous "wrist communicator" runs full-blown Android
03-25-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Will Shanklin 
Most of the early smartwatches we've seen run scaled-down software designed for teeny-weeny screens.  
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Robert Lee
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3D Systems - 3D Printers and Printing, 3D Parts and Rapid Prototyping
04-10-2014  •  3DSystems.Com 
3D Systems has acquired Medical Modeling Inc., a leading provider of personalized surgical treatments and patient specific medical devices, including virtual surgical planning and clinical transfer tools using 3D modeling and printing. This is a com 
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3D Systems - 3D Parts and Prototyping, 3D Printers and Printing
04-10-2014  •  3DSystems.Com 
3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D printing centric design-to-manufacturing solutions including 3D printers, print materials and cloud sourced on-demand custom parts for professionals and consumers alike in materials including plastics, metals, c 
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Donna Hancock
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Why Amazon Will Soon Be Listening to Every Word You Say
04-16-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Marcus Wohlsen 
You’ve just squeezed the last drop of shampoo from the bottle, the toothpaste tube is rolled as tightly as possible and your razor just completed its last shave.  
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