3M and IBM to Develop New Types of Adhesives to Create 3D Semiconductors
Johnny Chung Lee, from Carnegie Mellon University, is making wonders with his Wii remote. First of all he has turned it into a multi-touch receiver that you can use for whiteboards - or practically any surface you can think of. Here is the video: His first attempt, as you can see in this video (below), looks much more technical. Instead of using a pen - he uses reflective tape and his fingers to control a TV. It is still very impressive, but needs some "design" :) Multi-touch Whiteboard - Wii Style (by @baekdal) #trends
How To Prepare a Mac For Sale Friday, 14 November 2008 • Permalink It’s time to upgrade your Mac, and you’re thinking about selling your old one. Over the years, I’ve sold many Macs, and I’ve created a set of steps to follow (and learned a few tricks) along the way that I’d like to share. Following these steps will let you sleep a bit better at night and has the added benefit of creating a great first-experience for the buyer. Step One: Back It Up How To Prepare a Mac For Sale
We've shown you how to build a Hackintosh with enough power to rival a Mac Pro, but for those of you who want a still powerful Mac on a budget you can build a Hack Mini. We'll show you what you need to build it and walk you through the entire OS X installation. UPDATE: Check out this updated option if you want an Ivy Bridge-based Hack Mini. For help building it, consult our always up-to-date guide to building a hackintosh. Hackintoshing used to be a complicated process, but since Hackintosh expert tonymacx86 came around it's gotten a lot easier. While I've been hackintoshing netbooks for awhile, I always shied away from building a machine because I was concerned about stability issues.