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Call for better privacy protection in the cloud
December 15th, 2013

In response, Kesan and colleagues published a paper calling for ‘baseline protections’ for personal information and more control by users over their data

A brain, but not as we know it
August 5th, 2010

Though we’re no closer to discovering the soul today, we know about dendrites, axons (cell components) and synapses (empty, electro-conductive space).


Power to the Pixels
December 11th, 2007

The technology behind LCD computer monitors has been steadily improving in the 5-10 years since they became affordable to the average PC user, and the reasons to buy one are becoming more compelling. The old style CRT monitor technology (cathode ray tube, the same way a picture tube-based TV works) is high quality but fades […]

Quest To Extend Smartphone Stamina
April 6th, 2013

The study’s authors are particularly interested in the electric car market, saying ‘owing to its exceptionally high energy potentiality, the lithium–air battery is a very appealing candidate for fulfilling this role.’ But with a whopping 13,500Wh/kg – up to 10 times the capacity of today’s lithium batteries – imagine what it could do for your handset?


Apple Soundtrack
January 3rd, 2004

Of course, the expensive part of producing music is employing a musician, so the lynchpin of Soundtrack (besides being a solid sound editor in the Final Cut Pro tradition) is the disc containing 4000 music clips and sound effects.

Perfume
April 21st, 2007

While it’s perfect for the sensual nature of poetry, it does nothing to advance a narrative. He obviously knows his way around the chemistry of 18th century perfume manufacture, but if you’re that keen, Wikipedia’s quicker.






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