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You don't have to be a genius to understand the work of the Nobel Laureates. These games and simulations, based on Nobel Prize-awarded achievements, will teach and inspire you while you're having FUN! Blood Typing Game
When you've placed yourself where you need to be, kept at something past your initial doubts, and taken a risk at failing, you're running at 100 percent.
Hack 114: Have Your Mac and Windows, Too, with Boot Camp You can have both a Mac and a PC on a single computer, using Apple’s new Boot Camp software. Boot Camp lets you install Windows on your Mac in addition to Mac OS X.
The previous version of Opengazer is very sensitive to head-motion variations. To rectify this problem we are currently focussing on head tracking algorithms to correct for head pose variations before inferring the gaze positions.
Today we'd like to share with the web community information about SPDY, pronounced "SPeeDY", an early-stage research project that is part of our effort to make the web faster .
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This technology is just mind-boggling. PhotoSketch may be the coolest program we've seen or written about since the invisible speakers .
In one of the better announcement posts we've seen, the Dropbox Blog let us know that the Dropbox iPhone app is now out and ready for free download (warning: iTunes link).
The Mapping Festival is looking for volunteers !
As we announced in August 2010, we are not continuing active development of Google Wave as a stand-alone product.
Augmented Reality was not meant to hit the iPhone 3GS until at least the release of iPhone OS 3.1. Augmented reality uses your iPhone's camera, GPS, and compass to show virtual items in the real world.
Electric tech could make plugs obsolete A system that can deliver power to devices without the need for wires has been shown off at a hi-tech conference.
Who: Marin Soljacic, MIT Definition: Wireless power technology transmits electricity to devices without the use of cables. Impact: Any low-power device, such as a cell phone, iPod, or laptop, could recharge automatically simply by coming within range of a wireless power source, eliminating the need for multiple cables—and perhaps, eventually, for batteries.
Coordinates : Wardenclyffe Tower (1901–1917) also known as the Tesla Tower , was an early wireless transmission tower designed by Nikola Tesla and intended for commercial trans-Atlantic wireless telephony , broadcasting, and proof-of-concept demonstrations of wireless power transmission . [ 2 ] [ 3 ] It was never fully operational, [ 4 ] and the tower was demolished in 1917.