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Our world may be a giant hologram

Posted in news, science, Tech with tags , on 2010/03/25 by CoryTek

nothing is real. or rather, Nothing Is Real…

our world may be a giant hologram

read the book: The Holographic Universe.


Could Gamers Save Our World?

Posted in news, Tech on 2010/03/24 by CoryTek

Google TV?

Posted in news, Tech with tags on 2010/03/20 by CoryTek

Google TV?

Google and Intel have teamed with Sony to develop a platform called Google TV to bring the Web into the living room through a new generation of televisions and set-top boxes. (…)

The partners envision technology that will make it as easy for TV users to navigate Web applications, like the Twitter social network and the Picasa photo site, as it is to change the channel.

Some existing televisions and set-top boxes offer access to Web content, but the choice of sites is limited. Google intends to open its TV platform, which is based on its Android operating system for smartphones, to software developers.

[By Philipp Lenssen | Origin: Google TV? | Comments]

Subretinal implant successfully tested on humans, makes blind narrowly see

Posted in news, science, Tech with tags on 2010/03/20 by CoryTek

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How many scientists does it take to properly install a lightbulb? When that lightbulb is an implant that stimulates retinal photoreceptors to restore one’s sight, quite a few — even if they disagree whether said implant should be placed on top of the retina (requiring glasses to supply power and video feed) or underneath, using photocells to channel natural sunlight. Now, a German firm dubbed Retina Implant has scored a big win for the subretinal solution with a three-millimeter, 1,500 pixel microchip that gives patients a 12 degree field of view. Conducting human trials with 11 patients suffering from retinitis pigmentosa, the company successfully performed operations on seven, with one even managing to distinguish between similar objects (knife, fork, spoon) and perform very basic reading. Though usual disclaimers apply — the tech is still a long way off, it only works on folks who’ve slowly lost their vision, etc. — this seems like a step in the right direction, and at least one man now knows which direction that is.

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world’s fastest CPU, 3.33GHz

Posted in Tech with tags , on 2010/03/13 by CoryTek

Intel’s 6-Core Gulftown Gets Tested, Blows Us Away

3.33 GHz, 6 core processor!!
overclocked to 4 GHz, went to 4.5 on POST
oh, yeah!! I want one of these babies for Xmas 🙂