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With Super Hi-Vision, the TV landscape will look very different ten years from now

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No sooner are we getting to grips with 3D and HD, and we’re already being told about the “next big thing” in televisual technology. But keep your hat on, this next one is some years away yet. Super Hi-Vision (or Ultra High Definition) has been getting a fair bit of...
With Super Hi-Vision, the TV landscape will look very different ten years from now

Intel funnels $40 million into global network of research laboratories

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Like any tech company worth its weight in silicon, Intel puts plenty of cash into research, often partnering with outside labs and schools that are less concerned with turning every project into a multi-billion dollar product. After throwing $30 million at Carnegie Mellon last year to open two new...
Intel funnels $40 million into global network of research laboratories

Michael Gove overlooks engineering at his peril

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Gove's curriculum review dilutes DT, but he must change this. It is pupils' only opportunity to find out about engineering, says James DysonToday, a deadline dawns on the chance for educational - and engineering - revolution. Michael Gove's vision of an academically rigorous curriculum is right. Our skills gap cannot...
Michael Gove overlooks engineering at his peril

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

Samsung's defense against Apple patents begins with DiamondTouch table, LiveTile UI prior art

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Samsung may have convinced Judge Koh to toss a few international handsets out of Apple's lawsuit, but the Korean firm still has Cupertino's patent licensing accusations to contend with. Their tactic? Convince the court that Apple's claim to the inventions are invalid, and that the technology was developed prior...
Samsung's defense against Apple patents begins with DiamondTouch table, LiveTile UI prior art

Creaking internet needs to get the rebuilders in

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A system created to link researchers has grown into part of everyday life. But are its foundations still secure?The strange thing about the internet is that it went from being something exotic to something mundane almost without us noticing it. As a consequence, our societies have become frighteningly dependent on...
Creaking internet needs to get the rebuilders in
The future of TV as seen in Super Hi-Vision

Japan Plans To Merge Major Science Bodies

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ananyo writes "In its battle against a sluggish economy, Japan's government is gearing up to make cost savings through a root-and-branch reform of the country's science system, merging some of its most prominent research organizations. Plans approved by the government's cabinet would consolidate the RIKEN network of basic-research laboratories...
Japan Plans To Merge Major Science Bodies
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