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Micron and Intel Announce 3D NAND Flash Co-Development To Push SSDs Past 10TB
Posted by: MojoKid
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What Makes the Perfect Gaming Mouse?
Posted by: An
With the rise of higher resolution screens, especially looking into 4K multi monitor systems and beyond, DPI might become an important factor in the future again, so we are not ruling out changes in the maximum tracking rate,

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Amazon Robot Contest May Accelerate Warehouse Automation
Posted by: moon_unit2
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First Nuclear Power Plant Planned In Jordan
Posted by: jones_supa
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Do Robots Need Behavioral 'Laws' For Interacting With Other Robots?
Posted by: siddesu
Scientists, philosophers, funders and policy-makers should go a stage further and consider robot–robot and AI–AI interactions (AIonAI). Together, they should develop a proposal for an international charter for AIs, equivalent to that of the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This could help to steer research and development into morally considerate robotic and AI engineering. National and international technological policies should introduce AIonAI concepts into current programs aimed at developing safe AIs.

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Energy Company Trials Computer Servers To Heat Homes
Posted by: New
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Elon Musk's SolarCity Offering To Build Cities, Businesses Their Own Grids
Posted by: Lucas123
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Hack Air-Gapped Computers Using Heat
Posted by: An
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Bring On the Boring Robots
Posted by: malachiorion
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Apple Doubles MacBook Pro R/W Performance
Posted by: Lucas123
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Costa Rica Goes 75 Days Powering Itself Using Only Renewable Energy
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Gaming On Linux With Newest AMD Catalyst Driver Remains Slow
Posted by: An
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ATRIAS Bipedal Robot Can Take a Beating and Keep Walking
Posted by: Zothecula
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France Decrees New Rooftops Must Be Covered In Plants Or Solar Panels
Posted by: An
Green roofs have an isolating effect, helping reduce the amount of energy needed to heat a building in winter and cool it in summer. They also retain rainwater, thus helping reduce problems with runoff, while favoring biodiversity and giving birds a place to nest in the urban jungle, ecologists say.

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Musk Says Drivers May Become Obsolete, Announces Juice-Saving Upgrades
Posted by: Lucas123
ending range anxiety,

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First AMD FreeSync Capable Gaming Displays and Drivers Launched, Tested
Posted by: MojoKid
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To Avoid NSA Interception, Cisco Will Ship To Decoy Addresses
Posted by: An
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Google, Developers Demo Impressive Gaming and VR Apps For Project Tango Tablet
Posted by: MojoKid
What if you could capture the dimensions of your home simply by walking around with your phone before you went furniture shopping? What if the visually-impaired could navigate unassisted in unfamiliar indoor places? And there are obvious big advantages in gaming applications for positioning, augmented reality, etc. Google was offering a first-hand experience with virtual reality gaming using Project Tango at GTC in San Jose today, and the results are pretty impressive. The first demo involved Zombie Gunship Reality, which allows you to take aim at killer zombies from the relative safety of the air. Using an NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered Project Tango dev tablet, you're able to aim your weapon by moving the tablet around in front of you, which provides for a more immersive experience than just tapping/swiping away on the screen alone to move. Google also demoed how a Project Tango device could be used to create a 3D capture of a room or even an entire building, giving users a way to navigate through unfamiliar surroundings without the need for Wi-Fi or GPS hardware.



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Ask Slashdot: Building a Home Media Center/Small Server In a Crawlspace?
Posted by: An
I've decided it's time for me to build a separate machine specifically for use as a Media Center/Small Home Server. My wife and I haven't had cable TV in years, instead relying entirely on Netflix, other streaming sites, and hard copies we've bought over the years. Having just finished ripping our entire media collection (CDs, DVDs, and even our vinyls and VHS with the help of a capture card and some sweet digital voodoo) to a couple HDDs, I'm feeling froggy. Up until now we've been using WDTV Live, and it's been pretty snazzy, but I want to upgrade to a dedicated media machine instead of piggybacking off of my office computer. It'll be a Windows based machine utilizing Plex, and it's going in the crawlspace of the house. The crawlspace in question is unfinished, but I do have a dry concrete slab down there where I can put/mount/assemble something. Cooling won't be an issue obviously, and I am keeping a close eye on hardware specs with regards to moisture. It is still a crawlspace though. What would be a good setup to to house the hardware? Priorities being to safeguard against moisture, vermin, and dirt. Modified PC Tower? Rack? Build an enclosure? Something I haven't considered? Please assume I'm stubborn and absolutely dead-set on putting it in the crawlspace to avoid the discussion devolving into the 'best' place to put a media machine.

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Ask Slashdot: Building a Home Media Center/Small Server In a Crawlspace?
Posted by: An
I've decided it's time for me to build a separate machine specifically for use as a Media Center/Small Home Server. My wife and I haven't had cable TV in years, instead relying entirely on Netflix, other streaming sites, and hard copies we've bought over the years. Having just finished ripping our entire media collection (CDs, DVDs, and even our vinyls and VHS with the help of a capture card and some sweet digital voodoo) to a couple HDDs, I'm feeling froggy. Up until now we've been using WDTV Live, and it's been pretty snazzy, but I want to upgrade to a dedicated media machine instead of piggybacking off of my office computer. It'll be a Windows based machine utilizing Plex, and it's going in the crawlspace of the house. The crawlspace in question is unfinished, but I do have a dry concrete slab down there where I can put/mount/assemble something. Cooling won't be an issue obviously, and I am keeping a close eye on hardware specs with regards to moisture. It is still a crawlspace though. What would be a good setup to to house the hardware? Priorities being to safeguard against moisture, vermin, and dirt. Modified PC Tower? Rack? Build an enclosure? Something I haven't considered? Please assume I'm stubborn and absolutely dead-set on putting it in the crawlspace to avoid the discussion devolving into the 'best' place to put a media machine.

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