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R/C Blogs OSD with GPS module Introduction With time passing by, the simple OSD on the market already cannot meet the needs of modelers. So an unique with many data displayed OSD comes out from AEO---- G-OSD, which is specially designed for micro electric-powered plane with following features: ● GPS coordinate display, time display, airspeed display ● voltmeter and stopwatch ● RSSI receiver signal strength detection ● Programming the display content ● Support NTSC and PAL TV signal ● Support anti-glare shade control signal ● Support manual calibration There are two versions available, each version composed of a OSD main board and a GPS module. (1) OSD-EX Weight: main board 4.6g GPS module: 22g-27g Size: main board 35.5mm*20.6mm*4.3mm GPS module (36-48)mm*(32-39)mm*(7.8-10.2)mm Working voltage: main board: 7.4V-12V GPS module: 5V This first version is cheap with 3 kinds of GPS modules supplied, they are with different appearances but functions are same.
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VM-FEX – not as convoluted as it looks VM-FEX – not as convoluted as it looks Reading Cisco’s marketing materials, VM-FEX (the feature probably known as VN-Link before someone went on a FEX-branding spree) seems like a fantastic idea: VMs running in an ESX host are connected directly to virtual physical NICs offered by the Palo adapter and then through point-to-point virtual links to the upstream switch where you can deploy all sorts of features the virtual switch embedded in the ESX host still cannot do. As you might imagine, the reality behind the scenes is more complex. The first picture shows the mental model of VM-FEX architecture I would get after reading high-level whitepapers. According to this mental model, some handwave magic would automatically provision the virtual NIC and the upstream switch every time a new VM is started or vMotioned into an ESX host. The second picture shows the reality: the control- and management-plane flows that have to take place for VM-FEX to work. You might have to reload your physical server before the changes take effect.
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Genomic Loopholes and Other Weapons - Issue 6: Secret Codes Back in 2000, before MRSA—Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus—had become a household word, Nobel Laureate Joshua Lederberg wrote in the journal Science that “the future of humanity and microbes [would] likely unfold as episodes of a suspense thriller that could be titled Our Wits Versus Their Genes.” Thirteen years later, it is “their genes” that seem to be winning out. In the United States alone, roughly 2 million people suffer from drug-resistant infections each year; according to the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report, about 23,000 of them die. While the microbes have cracked almost all of our codes—rapidly evolving around one drug after another—we have yet to fully crack many of theirs. Scientists have a growing understanding of the molecular wizardry by which bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics, but they have yet to circumvent it. Antibiotics are, by far, the greatest weapon we humans have had in this contest. Genomic Loopholes and Other Weapons - Issue 6: Secret Codes
by Joel Spolsky Wednesday, October 08, 2003 Ever wonder about that mysterious Content-Type tag? Did you ever get an email from your friends in Bulgaria with the subject line "???? I've been dismayed to discover just how many software developers aren't really completely up to speed on the mysterious world of character sets, encodings, Unicode, all that stuff. But it won't. So I have an announcement to make: if you are a programmer working in 2003 and you don't know the basics of characters, character sets, encodings, and Unicode, and I catch you, I'm going to punish you by making you peel onions for 6 months in a submarine. And one more thing: In this article I'll fill you in on exactly what every working programmer should know. Before I get started, I should warn you that if you are one of those rare people who knows about internationalization, you are going to find my entire discussion a little bit oversimplified. A Historical Perspective Unicode OK, so say we have a string: Hello Encodings The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!)
New pCell Technology Could Revolutionize Smartphone Connections New pCell Technology Could Revolutionize Smartphone Connections A new type of wireless antenna may soon spell the end of sluggish data connections and endless video buffering. Created by Artemis Networks’ Steve Perlman, the technology, called pCell, is a new take on the standard cellular antenna, and it could put an end to your connectivity woes. Unlike normal cell sites that try to avoid interfering with each other, pCells use a larger number of small sites to combine their signals and provide users with the maximum network bandwidth offered by their cellular connection. Why does this matter? According to Perlman, pCells should eliminate a network clog caused by having too many users in one particular area. Near our offices in midtown Manhattan, for example, Verizon has been struggling with an overabundance of customers pulling down data from the same cell sites. MORE: Top 10 Smartphones That means you could stream 4K video to your phone without having to wait forever for it to buffer. Recommended by Daniel P. Daniel P.
Career Advice >> Browse Articles >> Career Resources It’s hard to remember a world without blogs. Originally a sort of online journal full of mundane personal updates, web logs have morphed into an extremely powerful form of communication. They were once shunned by the mainstream — now they are the mainstream. Whether it’s breaking tech news, an insider’s point of view, or irreverent humor you’re seeking, there are an infinite number of blogs on any subject whose authors will be happy to oblige. It shouldn’t be any surprise that the tech world embraced the blogosphere far before every newspaper in the country started making their writers blog alongside their standard news stories. Mashable If you haven’t heard of “The Social Media Guide,” you just might be living under an old Commodore 64. Gizmodo Pretty much known as the TMZ of tech after they paid for a “lost” next-gen Apple iPhone — the fallout became front-page news across the world. GigaOM ZDNet 10 Best Tech Blogs - 10 Best Tech Blogs -
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People love their libraries. And when their governments put money toward them, they even love to visit them. A 2012 report by the Institute of Museum and Library Services found that when investment in libraries drops, as it has in the US since 2009, usage typically falls with it. But the inverse was also true; the more public funds libraries receive, the more people tend to use them. Perhaps that’s because a good library is more than a repository for books—it’s a community resource. It may also explain the recent spate of high-design libraries (and bookstores) popping up around the globe. Dokk1 Library, Schmidt Hammer Larsen The Dokk1 library recently won the prize for best public library of 2016, and it’s easy to see why. Credit: Adam M√∏rk The Dokk1 library recently won the prize for best public library of 2016, and it’s easy to see why. Lawrence Public Library, by Gould Evans Lawrence’s new library has the bones of its old. Credit: Mike Sinclair Yangzhou Zhangshuge, by XL-Muse Settle Into 10 of the Most Beautiful Libraries on Earth Settle Into 10 of the Most Beautiful Libraries on Earth
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The Huawei MediaPad M3 is like a louder, more affordable Apple iPad Mini 4, that runs Android. The stylish, aluminum-clad tablet bears a striking resemblance to the iPad Mini 4 in design, and its performance is just as powerful, however the Huawei tablet has better speakers and cheaper pricing -- for both Wi-Fi only and LTE models. The Wi-Fi only model will hit the US in December for $299. Sight and sound 8.4-inch screen2,560x1,600-pixel resolution IPS screen359 ppiHarman Kardon speakers Tablets are great for media consumption (aka watching hella amounts of Netflix), so it's no surprise that the very literally named MediaPad M3 is one of the best binge-watch-friendly models around. The speakers are surprisingly loud, crisp and clear; dialogue in movies was always at the forefront and vocals in music sounded appropriately accentuated. Supremely sleek Let's be real: all tablets kind of look the same and how one feels in your hands can many times be the deciding factor. Enlarge Image Huawei MediaPad M3 review - CNET
Conveniently situated in the heart of the Beijing Olympic Green, the China National Convention Center is right next to the China National Stadium, the National Aquatics Center, and the National Indoor Stadium. The CNCC complex consists of the Convention Center, the CNCC Grand Hotel, the InterContinental Hotel and two office buildings. The Center itself is 398m long, 148m wide, 42m high and has eight floors with two more in the basement and a shopping mall inside. The National Aquatics Center, better known as "The Water Cube", is one of the best venues of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. It was chosen through public appraisals as one of China's ten big new architecture views. Tech World 2015 Registration | May 28 Beijing, China
Las novedades que Lenovo presentó en la conferencia Tech World - Novedades tecnología Zapatos inteligentes que orientan a su dueño, relojes que proyectan pantallas táctiles o impresoras en 3D que pueden imprimir comida, son algunas de las sorpresas que la firma china Lenovo, líder mundial en venta de ordenadores, presenta estos días en su conferencia Tech World. El evento, que se clausura en el Centro Nacional de Convenciones de China y en el Cubo de Agua de la zona olímpica, es el primero con espíritu global que organiza la compañía en solitario, precisamente 10 años después de que la firma saltara a la fama por comprar la división de ordenadores de IBM. "Uniremos hardware, software y servicios para transformar la experiencia de los usuarios", señaló el presidente de Lenovo, Yang Yuanqing, en el ecuador de la conferencia, de tres días de duración y en la que también participaron líderes de firmas rivales -aunque a veces asociadas en sus proyectos- como Baidu o Microsoft.
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