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LED devices which let divers talk underwater

Can LED technology replace voice communication underwater?

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32GB Nexus 4 with LTE expected next month

At long last, LG will reportedly launch a Nexus 4 model with full-blown LTE support in May. The upgraded flagship phone will also double down on internal storage, with 32GB on board. LG… Go to Source

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Fisker Automotive: an unfolding scandal?

The automaker repeatedly violated U.S loan terms

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Blink – Managing Vendor Selection in Enterprise IT

Given the need to justify decisions, vendor selection almost always becomes an endless exercise in analysis-paralysis. Written by Stefan Dietrich | April 22, 2013 | 0 comments Go to Source

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This video of 10,000 iPhones falling like dominoes is fake, but still amazing

You might have recently seen a video spreading throughout the infosphere that showcases 10,000 iPhones set up like dominoes tumbling into each other in a somewhat complicated pattern. To make the setup more… Go to Source

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Geek deals: Dell UltraSharp U2913WM 29-inch LCD, 250GB SSD, more

If you’ve been wanting to upgrade your monitor setup, you’ve likely probably considered a dual monitor package. Dual monitors offer a lot of advantages — even some over a single large monitor —… Go to Source

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This app pauses video if you look away from the screen

It also mutes your iPhone if you shush it. Touch-free controls for your touchscreen devices are here.

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Cities battle to become next big data geek hub

New York and Seattle are in a classic East Coast vs West Coast battle to become the next hotbed for educating data scientists.

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VM Provisioning Is Still in Its Infancy

Creation of VMs from a golden image can be automated, but the requirements of each workload are not easy to discover. Written by Dan Woods | April 19, 2013 | 0 comments Go to Source

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Fundawear aims to make long distance relationships more pleasurable

Long distance relationships can be quite difficult. Aside from not being able to share a special dinner, or watch terrible TV on the couch until you fall asleep on your partner, there are… Go to Source

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How thorium can burn nuclear waste and generate energy

An idea from Cambridge University for replacing uranium with thorium in conventional nuclear reactors.

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Electronic fabrics create chameleon clothes

A prototype of interactive electronic fabrics would generate power from the human body to alter the look of clothes.

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First Jolla handset launches in May with Kickstarter-style pre-orders

Get your thumbs ready, Jolla fans. The first smartphones running its Sailfish OS will go up for pre-order next month when what sounds like a Kickstarter-style crowdfunding campaign gets under way. Jolla chairmanĀ Antti… Go to Source

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Using the Question Game for Business/IT Alignment

One of the most important enduring challenges facing CITOs is making sure that the technology portfolio is aligned at all levels with the needs of the business. Written by Dan Woods | April 17, 2013 | 0 comments Go to

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TV disruptor: Watch live TV online, no cable

Americans don’t like cable companies and a new TV startup wants to take advantage.

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The Democratic Republic of Beer

Ale crafted by the people, for the people. A British brew pub crowdsources its recipe.

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Google Glass Explorer units shipping, specs and APIs revealed

Google is finally shipping Glass to those who signed up early. There was good news for everyone else: the specs and APIs are now public. Go to Source

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New guidelines set for doctors and social media

The American College of Physicians and the Federation for State Medical Boards issue recommendations for doctors who Tweet, blog, text, and are active on Facebook.

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After Boston Marathon, Google releases people finder tool

Google has released a Boston Marathon version of its People Finder Tool, a web application that was initially developed three years ago in response to the earthquake in Haiti.

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By 2015 the netbook will be extinct

When netbooks first appeared in 2007 the iPad was still 3 years away, Android had only just been unveiled, and consumers were queuing up to check out this new “smartphone” called the iPhone.… Go to Source

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