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Film crew to dig up Atari landfill site, maybe score 3.5 million copies of E.T.

arstechnica.com
New A documentary crew has received approval to dig up the New Mexico desert site where Atari supposedly buried millions of unsold pieces of Atari 2600 software and hardware. The crew hopes to finally confirm or refute one of gaming's most enduring urban legends once and for all. The city...
Film crew to dig up Atari landfill site, maybe score 3.5 million copies of E.T.
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The 7 commandments for making software-defined storage a success

gigaom.com
New The history of enterprise computing is replete with hype cycles – from video servers and object databases, to AI and machine learning, fads have charmed the media and industry analysts alike for decades. One such froth is building around software-defined storage (SDS), an emerging entrant into the larger software-defined datacenter...
The 7 commandments for making software-defined storage a success

Ima Fish's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

www.techdirt.com
New Hello fellow Techdirtheads. I'm Ima Fish and am an attorney with a concentration in IP law. But unlike most lawyers who study IP law, I want to drastically curtail how it presently operates. So when I talk about my "favorite" posts, I'm being satirical, of course. As anyone who reads...
Ima Fish's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

Windows 8 will surpass Vista's market share in June, making it the third most popular version of Windows

thenextweb.com
New May’s operating system market share data from Statcounter contains the usual mix of changes: Windows 7 holding steady, Windows Vista and XP slipping, and Windows 8 slowly growing. However, this month, the data set predicts something that has been in the making since October of 2012: the slipping of Windows...
Windows 8 will surpass Vista's market share in June, making it the third most popular version of Windows

Mars pebbles prove that rivers altered the planet's surface

www.engadget.com
New Scientists already had an inkling that water helped form the landscape on Mars, but they're now ready to confirm that claim. In a report written for Science, researchers state that the smooth, rounded shape of the Red Planet's pebbles and the way they overlap is identical to the gravel...
Mars pebbles prove that rivers altered the planet's surface

Meet the new wave of activists making feminism thrive in a digital age

www.guardian.co.uk
New Madonna and Beyoncé are championing female empowerment, Spare Rib is to relaunch, and Facebook has had to respond to pressure to tackle misogyny. Tracy McVeigh reports on the return of the F-wordIt was a remarkable victory when the social networking giant Facebook caved in to pressure last week and promised...
Meet the new wave of activists making feminism thrive in a digital age

Android this week: Galaxy Tab 3 with Atom; HTC One goes stock; first Xperia ZL look

gigaom.com
Completely opposite from the prior week, there was plenty of Android hardware news over the past seven days. We’ve been hearing rumors and seeing benchmarks of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 slate running on an Intel Atom chip and this week brought more unofficial confirmations. This will mark a big...
Android this week: Galaxy Tab 3 with Atom; HTC One goes stock; first Xperia ZL look
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