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Links 1 through 10 of 34 by Jon Gales tagged tech

Supposedly this plastic "gyroscope" can fly over 200 yards. Sounds pretty fun.

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I'll have to try and get my name on a reservation list for one of these suckers. Looks awesome and I would love a BluRay Disc player for my TV.

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“750 gigabytes, for us, is just scratching the surface,” said Seagate spokesperson Mike Hall. “We’re driving toward… 2.5 terabytes.”

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The University of California has 50 of Apple's 30" Cinema screens hooked up to 25 G5 towers to aide its scientists. The displays are all hooked together to make up a 200 megapixel image. That's a cool 25,600 x 8,000 pixels. I want one!.

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Onlin porn may have to be given a rating. While it will never pass court review, this would be a huge boon for the adult search engines.

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If you ever wondered how Nielsen gets its TV ratings numbers, here's a behind the scenes look. Very interesting.

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Pretty neat startup using the internet to rent high-end lenses for SLRs. Nikon lenses are coming soon, Canon ones are already up. Really decent prices. [via Scott]

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Skype's own PR people didn't know where its London offices were. The only sinage is a stamp sized logo on the elevator button. Seems like all the billions from eBay could have paid for a sign.

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An idea for a USB flash drive that swells as more data is added. So if you see a fat drive that means it's full. I think I would rather a meter on the side, so I don't have an obese drive when there is data on it.

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AOL is finally letting developers easily tap into the AIM platform. It's only been what, 10 years? This is one of the first corporate press releases I have read that includes "mash up". It will be about 10 minutes before someone ties Google Maps into AIM

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