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Electrodes that allow anybody to speak any language

The electrodes can be placed on the face, and pick up electrical impules, which are then transliterated into a desired language. Sound cool, feel smart, but look like a complete ass hole.

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Media Player Classic released

Media Player Classic is the perfect substitute for Windows Media Player. Estetically is identical to version 6.4 and has the same lightness in terms of ram occupation, but it has much more usefull functions. Thatâ??s what Microsoft should have done since a long time instead focusing on skins, favourites and similar sillyness..

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Is Sex Necessary?

Scientists say yes, and not just for reproduction. "The best that modern science can say for sexual abstinence is that it's harmless when practiced in moderation. Having regular and enthusiastic sex, by contrast, confers a host of measurable physiological advantages, whether you're male or female." Be careful though guys, you can OD on sex.

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Bill Gates: Both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD Are Doomed

Why is the XBOX 360 going to use regular old DVDs? According to Gates, the two next-gen optical formats are the last we'll ever see and will be very short lived.

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Forget BluRay - HVC has 3.9 Terabyte Disks

Yes, 3.9 Terabyte!One HVC disk can hold a theoretical maximum of 78 dbl-layer BluRay disks. And 1Gbps transfer speeds?! It's amazing how technology just marches on...

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Fildelaren dömdes till 16 000 kronor i böter

Den förste fildelaren i Sverige fick ett hårt straff, 16 000 kronor i böter. Det betyder att domstolen öppnar för framtida fängelsestraff om fler än en fil skulle delas ut.

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Serenity breaks $30 million worldwide over weekend

Joss Whedon's "Serenity" broke $30 million worldwide this past weekend. According to fan lore, this achievement puts it on track for a sequel. Check out this breakdown of its progress to date.

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Cambridge Researcher Says Humans Can Live For 1000+ Years

The 42-year-old English biogerontologist has made his name by claiming that some people alive right now could live for 1,000 years or longer. Maybe much longer.

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Media Portal Webinterface (MPW)

With MPW you can organise your Media Portal recordings from everywhere in the world. Only an Internet-connect PC is required. With our new WAP interface even a cell phone is enough to never miss a TV show again while on the road.

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Terragen 2 is coming out soon!

Terragen is open-source program that creates photo-realistic images of terrain and thing of all it requires absoluteley no skill either.its available for mac,windows,and I believe linux as well.

heres the link for the mac IDE

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Blu-ray writeable drives for PCs in stores next month!

Taiwanese firm AOpen has plans to introduce its first line of internal and external PC-based Blu-ray optical drives to the Middle East by the end of November.

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Meet the 21-yr-old Norwegian who defied Hollywood

"He spends about nine hours a day in front of his computer screen. Yet this reclusive young Norwegian is the man who may be the entertainment industry's worst nightmare. Mr. Johansen, Hollywood executives claim, has done more than almost anyone in the world to ignite the explosion of movie piracy on the Internet."

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Is Identity 2.0 achievable? Lets see if Web 2.0 drives it ...

This presentation was awesome! I thought other diggers might enjoy the concepts dicussed.


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Mustek 60GB Personal Media Player

Mustek has announced the release of their new PVR-H160. This thing holds 60 freaking gigs of stuff and can do pretty much everything (including washing the dog).

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Lucasfilm news update

"...During our interviews with several of the actors and crew members in attendance, the juiciest bits seemed to come from producer Rick McCallum, who talked about many upcoming projects that George Lucas is involved in, his plans for the future, upcoming DVD releases from the Lucasfilm archives and what we can expect from both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises."

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Remote-Controlled Humans (with video)

Taro Maeda and his colleagues constructed a headphone-like apparatus to deliver the electrical current and a small radio control to direct the strength and direction of the signal. Whoever wears such headphones can be steered by remote control.

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How To Set Up Azureus

"To get Azureus running properly and efficiently a few settings deep within the configuration panel need to be set. I�m writing this article so I can send it to those who need a quick way to install Azureus and getting it running quickly."

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New Software Release from the Author of DVD Decrypter

ImgBurn starts where DVD Decrypter left off as far as burning is concerned. ImgBurn is an enhanced version of the burn engine - and it will continue to get better and better as time goes on.

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Running Makes You Smarter!

I can make you smarter in 30 minutes. Not the kind of smart that's acquired through learning something new, like small-engine repair or quadratic equations. I'm talking about improving your brain from the inside out, the kind of smart that leads to faster and more accurate decision making, yields greater productivity, and inspires innovation.

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Watch TV shows through Google TV

GOOGLE is to begin broadcasting television programmes over the internet. The search engine has already signed up an American channel to provide programmes for Google TV and is in talks with the BBC to broadcast its shows as well.
Google's first move into TV is to broadcast a Chris Rock sitcom called Everybody Hates Chris.

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Create your own social networking site like Digg!

Want to make your own Digg? Or Del.Icio.Us? How about making a Hot or Not for goldfish? Or even a Craigs List? Well this site lets you make all of them using there excellent sandbox!

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Zombie Infection Simulation

This is a simulation built with processing by Kevan Davis and Mario Lopez that simulates a zombie invasion in a city. You can adjust tons of factors, including population, soldiers, weapons, fighters, whether zombies can break through walls, and even drop bombs on the city. Very interesting!

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Lord of the Rings som World of Warcraft!

A Lord of the Rings MMORPG!!! This should be the next big one after World of Warcraft. Check out the video clips, the game looks awesome.

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Paramount väljer både Blu-ray och HD DVD

Filmbolaget Paramount är det första av filmjättarna som beslutat producera sina filmer i båda de kommande dvd-formaten. Att Playstation 3 stöder Blu-ray avgjorde valet.

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JPG Images of Einstein's Handwritten Manuscripts

"Digitized images of Einstein's manuscripts have been grouped here according to content into three sections: Scientific Writings, Non-Scientific Writings and Travel Diaries..." Look up your fav. theory and see it in his own handwriting.

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Made-up words in The Simpsons

Several words and phrases that started on The Simpsons television series have now become mainstream words or sayings. The most famous of which is Homer's saying: "D'oh!", which is now listed in the Oxford English Dictionary !

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Wikipedia corrects Encyclopedia Britannica

Those who have voiced skepticism over the reliability of information found in Wikipedia should take note of this. The collaboratively assembled encyclopedia maintains a page devoted to correcting errors in its chief offline competitor, the venerable Encyclopedia Britannica.

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Scientists in Israel solve mystery of 'dark matter'

An Israeli-led team of researchers have cracked a riddle of the universe that has been vexing researchers for years

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Tolkiens figurer i verkligheten

Worth1000 hade en liten tävling:

Ever wonder what society would be like if mystical creatures really existed? What if trolls, fairies, unicorns, dragons, witches, sorcerers, golems, elves, or any other known mystical fantasy creature were still around today mixing with the human element? Would you ride a Unicorn to work? Would your boss really be an ogre?

Här är resultatet!

Svensk ubåt håller sig gömd för amerikaner

Trots två månaders letande har den amerikanska marinen svårt att hitta den svenska ubåten Gotland i en rad katt-och-råtta-övningar i amerikanska vatten. Nu ska också den kanadensiska och den australiska marinen öva på att hitta svensk ubåt.

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Free Skype Recorder!

Finally the answers to our prayers! a GOOD FREE skype recorder! its called Mplat! Check it out!

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Run windows programs... Without using Windows!

The ReactOS project is dedicated to making Free Software available to everyone by providing a ground-up implementation of a Microsoft Windows XP compatible operating system.

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Salmon Gives Birth To Trout

In a study published today in the journal Nature, the researchers report that they have successfully used the technique to breed healthy rainbow trout from salmon parents.

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