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Celebrating Workarounds, Kludges, and Hacks
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Ask Slashdot: What To Do With Empty Toner Cartridges?
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Nvidia Details 'Gameworks VR', Aims To Boost Virtual Reality Render Performance
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First Fedora Image For the MIPS Available For Testing
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Bill Gates Investing $2 Billion In Renewables
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bend the curve

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Chromecast Update Bringing Grief For Many Users
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upgraded

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Samsung Nanotech Breakthrough Nearly Doubles Li-Ion Battery Capacity
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Disney Bans Selfie Sticks
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no selfie-sticks

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iPhone 6S New Feature: Force Touch
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AMD's Project Quantum Gaming PC Contains Intel CPU
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AppleCare+ Now Covers Batteries That Drop To 80%
Posted by: Mark
Previously, the extended warranty only covered batteries that would hold 50 percent charge or less. Now this has been updated so that you can request a free replacement within the coverage period if your device's battery is only able to hold 80 percent of full charge. The new terms to no apply to everyone — it all depends on when you bought your Apple device. If you bought your iPhone, iPad, iPod or Apple Watch before April 10, 2015, you're stuck with the old terms. I wish this change applied to my MacBook Air, with which I'm lucky to get 90 minutes of battery power.



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Why Is Google Opening a New Data Center In a Former Coal-Fired Power Plant?
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Foxconn CEO Backpedals On Planned Robot Takeover
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it should be that in five years, the robots will take over 30 percent of the manpower.

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Making a Birdhouse is Like 'Hello World' for a Versatile Factory Robot (2 Videos)
Posted by: Many
Rotate wrist slightly to account for board angle.

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New Manufacturing Technique Halves Cost of Lithium-Ion Batteries
Posted by: An
The new battery design is a hybrid between flow batteries and conventional solid ones: In this version, while the electrode material does not flow, it is composed of a similar semisolid, colloidal suspension of particles. Chiang and Carter refer to this as a 'semisolid battery.' This approach greatly simplifies manufacturing, and also makes batteries that are flexible and resistant to damage, says Chiang. ... Instead of the standard method of applying liquid coatings to a roll of backing material, and then having to wait for that material to dry before it can move to the next manufacturing step, the new process keeps the electrode material in a liquid state and requires no drying stage at all. Using fewer, thicker electrodes, the system reduces the conventional battery architecture's number of distinct layers, as well as the amount of nonfunctional material in the structure, by 80 percent.

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AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Launched, Independent Benchmarks, HBM Put To the Test
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The Presidential Candidate With a Plan To Run the US On 100% Clean Energy
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Ask Slashdot: Keeping Cloud Data Encrypted Without Cross-Platform Pain?
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When Will Your Hard Drive Fail?
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New Freescale I.MX7 Processor Line Takes Aim At IoT
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