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Here's What It's Like Using A $35 Computer

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The Raspberry Pi is a fully-functional computer that only costs $35.  You can buy it with two $20 bills and still get change back! It's a tiny and extremely basic device that ships without a case. But its simplicity and affordability, make it perfect for tinkerers, educators, and the adventurous. Under...
Here's What It's Like Using A $35 Computer

Apple Reportedly Developing High-Definition Audio Format with 'Adaptive Streaming'

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The Guardian reports that Apple is currently working on a new audio format that could allow the company to offer "high definition" audio via iTunes. The format would also integrate an "adaptive streaming" component that would allow music being accessed from iCloud and iTunes Match by portable devices to be...
Apple Reportedly Developing High-Definition Audio Format with 'Adaptive Streaming'
The Sonos Playbar Brings Wireless Surround Sound Without The Fuss

Microsoft creates Kinect-like system using your laptop’s built-in speaker & microphone

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Not one to be outdone by Disney’s any-surface touch interface, Microsoft Research, working with the University of Washington, has developed a Kinect-like system that uses your computer’s built-in microphone and speakers to provide object detection and gesture recognition, much in the same way that a submarine uses sonar.Called SoundWave, the...
Microsoft creates Kinect-like system using your laptop’s built-in speaker & microphone
Google Fiber Transforms Kansas City Into One Giant Beta Test

'First' Pirate Bay Server on Permanent Display in Computer Museum

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Founded in 2003, the Pirate Bay turns a decade old September this year. Since its humble beginnings the notorious site has come a long way. Today The Pirate Bay is spreading a world of information to millions of people every day through a complex network of cloud based servers hosted...
'First' Pirate Bay Server on Permanent Display in Computer Museum

As Software Trumps Hardware In The World Of Payments, VeriFone Partners With CardSpring For Card-Linked Services

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The world of payments is being turned over by the likes of Square, PayPal, Stripe and others, which are tackling the idea of payments based on hardware terminals, and new services that focus on innovations in smartphones and tablets with functionality coming by way of software iterations. Not to be...
As Software Trumps Hardware In The World Of Payments, VeriFone Partners With CardSpring For Card-Linked Services
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