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Cortex-A57 takes ARM to 64-bit, will enter the server room in 2014

Scientists encode Shakespeare sonnets, MP3 and more into glitch-free DNA

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We've seen scientists experiment with DNA as a storage medium -- most recently with a Harvard team fitting 704TB of data onto a single gram of the genetic material -- and it looks like that research trend is only picking up. Scientists at the European Bioinformatics Institute in the...
Scientists encode Shakespeare sonnets, MP3 and more into glitch-free DNA
Google launches 'Google Keyboard' to bring Nexus touch typing experience to all Android 4.0+ devices
Seagate invests in Israel’s DensBits to overhaul its flash memory strategy

ARM introduces 64-bit processors for phones, tablets and servers

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ARM on Tuesday introduced its first 64-bit Cortex-A50 series processor designs as the company tries to preserve its dominance in smartphones and tablets while catching up with Intel in servers. The new ARM processors, Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53, deliver higher performance at either the same or lower power levels compared...
ARM introduces 64-bit processors for phones, tablets and servers

NASA sends the Mona Lisa to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter with lasers

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NASA is no stranger to shooting lasers at spacecraft orbiting the moon (seriously), but it's now moving beyond "basic" tasks like tracking their location. The space agency announced yesterday that it has successfully demonstrated one-way laser communication with a satellite orbiting the moon for the first time. For that...
NASA sends the Mona Lisa to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter with lasers
Microchips: Martian Computing Is Light on RAM, Heavy on Radiation Shielding

DailyDirt: Storing Data On DNA

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There are lots of ways to store information nowadays -- from cloud services to nano-lithography to synthesizing custom strands of DNA. Some methods are cheaper or more convenient than others, but if physical space is really a premium, then encoding a gazillion bits of data on a few grams of...
DailyDirt: Storing Data On DNA
IBM Busts Record for ‘Superconducting’ Quantum Computer

Settlement pressure mounts as HTC can't deny infringement of key Nokia patent

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Based on what Judge Dr. Holger Kircher of the Mannheim Regional Court indicated at a trial today, Nokia appears quite likely to win a German patent injunction against HTC on March 19 over EP0673175 on "reduction of power consumption in a mobile station". Rather than face exclusion from the largest market...
Settlement pressure mounts as HTC can't deny infringement of key Nokia patent

Intel launches its Atom chips for microservers

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Intel announced today that it is shipping its first low-power Atom microprocessor designed specifically for a new breed of servers dubbed “microservers.” These lightweight and efficient microservers, pioneered by startup SeaMicro (now owned by Intel’s rival Advanced Micro Devices), are aimed at large-scale data centers that serve huge numbers of...
Intel launches its Atom chips for microservers

SpringPublisher adds maps, templates, and QR codes to your printed materials

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Setting up a small business presents a familiar conundrum: On the one hand, you want to project a professional image. On the other, you don't always have the resources to contract a design house to come up with a brand identity and design business cards for your fledgling enterprise....
SpringPublisher adds maps, templates, and QR codes to your printed materials

Plextor M5 Pro bulges SSD envelope with 94K IOPS and 540MB/s

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Plextor's newly launched M5 Pro is angling to be the top dot on the SATA III SSD spec charts -- and looks like it will mostly succeed. The Marvell Monet controller lets the unit hit a continuous 540 MB/s read and 450 MB/s write speeds for the larger models,...
Plextor M5 Pro bulges SSD envelope with 94K IOPS and 540MB/s

Behind the scenes video reveals Google's attention to search detail (video)

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If you're interested in how much detail the engineers at Mountain View pay to every element of Google's search business, check this out. This is footage of the Quality Launch Review, a meeting that takes place every week on Thursdays. Amit Singhal assembles a room full of engineers to...
Behind the scenes video reveals Google's attention to search detail (video)

Thumbs Up As Researchers Develop New Tablet-Friendly Keyboard, The KALQ

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Two thumbs good, eight fingers bad. A joint effort by three educational establishments has created a smart new keyboard for mobile devices. The KALQ keyboard--so named because of the sequence of letters on the bottom right of the screen--uses a person's thumbs to key in the letters, making it...
Thumbs Up As Researchers Develop New Tablet-Friendly Keyboard, The KALQ
Even Color's patent portfolio is a lousy bet

Corsair Neutron SSDs: Fast as the Force but SandForce-free

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Image courtesy of The Tech Report The Tech Report has a detailed review of Corsair's latest solid state drives, the Neutron and Neutron GTX. Corsair sources its SSD controllers from a wide variety of manufacturers and has SSDs for all occasions: the Force series for powerhouse rigs, the Performance...
Corsair Neutron SSDs: Fast as the Force but SandForce-free

NHK makes first successful Super Hi-Vision OTA broadcast, man cave owners giggle with glee

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Fresh off from successfully shrinking its Super Hi-Vision camera, Japan's NHK is sticking another feather in its cap -- the first over-the-air broadcast of its super-duper high-resolution technology. The broadcaster says it recently managed to send a compressed Super Hi-Vision signal from the roof of its Science and Technology...
NHK makes first successful Super Hi-Vision OTA broadcast, man cave owners giggle with glee

Review: The Seagate 600 SSD is a consumer-oriented first effort

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Seagate is a dominant company in the hard-drive sector, but it has played only in the enterprise space when it comes to solid state storage. That changed with the introduction of the 600, an SSD aimed squarely at the broader consumer base. One of the first SSDs to feature...
Review: The Seagate 600 SSD is a consumer-oriented first effort
A paper-based backup solution (not as stupid as it sounds)

Briefy: Google Keyboard for Android, Google search to have image ads

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Google has added its own keyboard to Google Play. The downloadable Google Keyboard will allow users of Android 4.0 and above to use the same keyboard as used in stock Android, replacing ones used in manufacturer-supplied Android user interfaces. Gesture typing, error correction, word prediction, and voice typing has made...
Briefy: Google Keyboard for Android, Google search to have image ads
AMD launches server processor for web-hosting providers

Google’s incredible behind-the-scenes video

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A video of Google’s weekly Quality Launch Review meeting depicts detailed discussion of how to improve search results. FORTUNE — There are a couple of noteworthy things about this video depicting ubernerds at Google (GOOG) during their weekly “Quality Launch Review” meeting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=JtRJXnXgE-A#! One is that we can witness just...
Google’s incredible behind-the-scenes video
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?