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News Source Site: Slashdot: Hardware

Ask Slashdot: How Does One Verify Hard Drive Firmware?
Posted by: An
...If you download the firmware directly from our website there is no risk on the file be tampered with.

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Foxconn Factories' Future: Fewer Humans, More Robots
Posted by: jfruh
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Ask Slashdot: Old PC File Transfer Problem
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3D Printers Making Inroads In Kitchens
Posted by: mpicpp
If the user is making a recipe for ravioli, for instance, the [device] prints the bottom layer of dough, the filling and the top dough layer in subsequent steps. It reduces a lengthy recipe to two minutes construction time and ensures that no one has to clean a countertop caked with leftover dough and flour.

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Machine Intelligence and Religion
Posted by: itwbennett
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Intel To Rebrand Atom Chips Along Lines of Core Processors
Posted by: angry
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5 White Collar Jobs Robots Already Have Taken
Posted by: bizwriter
Some experts say not to worry because technology has always created new jobs while eliminating old ones, displacing but not replacing workers. But lately, as technology has become more sophisticated, the drumbeat of worry has intensified. 'What's different now?' asked Leigh Watson Healy, chief analyst at market research firm Outsell. 'The pace of technology advancements plus the big data phenomenon lead to a whole new level of machines to perform higher level cognitive tasks.' Translated: the old formula of creating more demanding jobs that need advanced training may no longer hold true. The number of people needed to oversee the machines, and to create them, is limited. Where do the many whose occupations have become obsolete go?

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Developers Disclose Schematics For 50-1000 MHz Software-Defined Transceiver
Posted by: Bruce
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Intel Updates NUC Mini PC Line With Broadwell-U, Tested and Benchmarked
Posted by: MojoKid
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The Groups Behind Making Distributed Solar Power Harder To Adopt
Posted by: Lucas123
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Should a Service Robot Bring an Alcoholic a Drink?
Posted by: An
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Pebble Time Smartwatch Receives Overwhelming Support On Kickstarter
Posted by: DJAdapt
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AMD Unveils Carrizo APU With Excavator Core Architecture
Posted by: MojoKid
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The Case Against E-readers -- Why Digital Natives Prefer Reading On Paper
Posted by: HughPickens.com
These are people who aren't supposed to remember what it's like to even smell books,

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Valve To Reveal Virtual Reality Dev Kit Next Week At GDC
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Intel Moving Forward With 10nm, Will Switch Away From Silicon For 7nm
Posted by: An
The most likely replacement for silicon is a III-V semiconductor such as indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), though Intel hasn't provided any specific details yet.

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Only Twice Have Nations Banned a Weapon Before It Was Used; They May Do It Again
Posted by: Lasrick
Fully autonomous weapons are not unambiguously bad. They can reduce burdens on soldiers. Already, military robots are saving many service members' lives, for example by neutralizing improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan and Iraq. The more capabilities military robots have, the more they can keep soldiers from harm. They may also be able to complete missions that soldiers and non-autonomous weapons cannot.

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Is Sega the Next Atari?
Posted by: donniebaseball23
could have been avoided if they had made the right decisions going back literally 20 years ago. But they seem to have made the wrong decisions for 20 years.

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Apple To Invest $2B Building Green Data Centers In Ireland and Denmark
Posted by: stephendavion
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Intel Core M Enables Lower Cost Ultrabooks; Asus UX305 Tested
Posted by: MojoKid
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