At the Educational IT Solutions Expo, Sony shows off an A4 sized digital paper notepad. The video demonstrates how this new idea blurs the lines even further between traditional paper and pen and its new digital rival. They are planning on having a production ready version this year, and are hoping to capture the hearts [...]
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Like something out of science fiction, our amazing friends at Shinoda Lab (University of Tokyo) have created a sort of ‘tactile feedback’ that works along with animated 3D holography to give you the sense that these optical illusions are real. Amazing!
Dear those who have made the courageous and admirable leap to Windows 8, If you find yourself disoriented while navigating your new operating system, there are a few choices you have to help bring the new Windows 8 interface back to the “ole days” of Windows 7 if you so choose. Classic Shell is an [...]
Here is a very interesting read over at Nature.com that explains the ongoing race to build a “Quantum Internet”. Physicists Jian-Wei Pan and Anton Zeilinger were long time rivals (but still close researchers and good friends) have worked since the 1980′s in the field of quantum physics, making a lot of headway together and building [...]
Sometimes the simplest troubleshooting steps are the most effective. I am constantly reminding myself of the logical path to fix problems with technology, the most recent being with my own Debian system and how it interacted with my cell phone’s internal micro-SD card storage when connected via USB. I had recently “started over” with my [...]
Entertainment Weekly has decided to embed an actual working cellphone into their newest mag that displays ads to you. This tear down video shows you what it’s all about.
UPDATE 2012/09/12: GoDaddy.com issued me an e-mail “apology” for their service interruption (I have multiple registered domains under GoDaddy.com, but my hosting is taken place in-house). According to their e-mail, GoDaddy is claiming that the cause of their outage was because of… “a series of internal network events that corrupted router data tables. Once the [...]
I stumbled across this site while reading an article about the Kmscon Project. Bryan has quite a collection of old computer equipment, and showcases them on his website, ByteCollector.com – quite an interesting ‘dig’ into early mainframe, minicomputer and other technology that has been far surpassed by smaller, faster and more capable devices. To think [...]
This video explains how Linux is developed. A much different model than many other software projects, Linux harnesses the power of collaborative development by thousands of developers across the world.