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Free Hidden Electricity! October 16, 2007

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Got a headache in paying your electricity bills that are too high?

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The Dark Matter Universe July 3, 2007

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3D simulation map of the Lyman-Alpha Forest

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The New Apple iPHONE January 10, 2007

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Israel developing killer bionic hornet November 17, 2006

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Israel is using nanotechnology to try to create a robot no bigger than a hornet that would be able to chase, photograph and kill its targets, an Israeli newspaper reported.

The flying robot, nicknamed the “bionic hornet”, would be able to navigate its way down narrow alleyways to target otherwise unreachable enemies such as rocket launchers, the daily Yedioth Ahronoth said.

It is one of several weapons being developed by scientists to combat militants, it said. Others include super gloves that would give the user the strength of a “bionic man” and miniature sensors to detect suicide bombers.

What Windows Vista Should Have Been October 21, 2006

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The New Yahoo! Time Capsule October 14, 2006

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Yahoo! Inc. launch their new Yahoo! Timecapsule..

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Like everything Yahoo! does, it’s about you – our amazing users. We think there’s no one better suited to teach future generations what the world was like in 2006. For 30 days, from October 10 until November 8, Yahoo! users worldwide can contribute photos, writings, videos, audio – even drawings – to this electronic anthropology project. This is the first time that digital data will be gathered and preserved for historical purposes.

In addition to submitting your own content, you can view, read, or hear the images, words, and sounds contributed by users from around the world.

You can also comment on the content you and others have submitted – and engage in a digital conversation that is just as revealing and important as any of the content you’ll witness. more

Draw in 2D & Get an Output in 3D September 24, 2006

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The Xerox Alto Story September 20, 2006

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If Xerox Corp did not ignore the revolutionary technology that they have 25 years ago…

The New Foxit PDF Reader 2.0 September 19, 2006

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Check this out.. a free PDF Reader that is small and no need for installation..

Now with Foxit Reader 2.0, you don’t have to endure such pain any more. The following is a list of compelling advantages of Foxit Reader 2.0:

  • Incredibly small: The download size of Foxit Reader is only 1.7 M which is a fraction of Acrobat Reader 20 M size
  • Breezing-fast: When you run Foxit Reader, it launches instantly without any delay. You are not forced to view an annoying splash window displaying company logo, author names, etc.
  • Annotation tool: Have you ever wished to annotate (or comment on) a PDF document when you are reading it? Foxit Reader 2.0 allows you to draw graphics, highline text, type text and make notes on a PDF document and then print out or save the annotated document.
  • Text converter: You may convert the whole PDF document into a simple text file.

 

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The Mighty OpenDNS September 13, 2006

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A free DNS service was launched to protect internet users from visiting phishing sites. This is awesome! and it’s so simple to do some tweaking on your DNS settings to use this service and it’s FREE. For more info, visit the OpenDNS website.

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