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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Max van Mesdag

Max van Mesdag

How good software makes us stupid - 0 views

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    Never trust your software too much these days, for the sake of your brain.
Max van Mesdag

Grid storage gets updraft from auto batteries | Green Tech - CNET News - 0 views

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    Energy storage has seen a new innovation from A123 Systems.
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Clever cars to mean safer driving - 0 views

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    Car crashes could soon be eradicated, unless it happens to be the car's fault instead.
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Technology News: Green Tech: Technology Is Never Neutral - 0 views

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    Every technological impact has a positive and negative side, apparently.
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E-Skin for Robots Could Lead to Touchy-Feely Prosthetics for Humans - 0 views

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    'Robotic skin' could revolutionize prosthetic limbs in the future...
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Google engineer fired for privacy breach after 'stalking and harrassing teenagers' - 0 views

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    A worker at Google was fired for breaking company rules.
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How secure is your e-mail password? | InSecurity Complex - 0 views

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    Your e-mail password may be easier to access than you may have thought.
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Common Sense Media Claims 72 Percent Support Violent Game Bill - 0 views

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    Many Californians support a new law to allow underage customers to purchase mature content, including movies and games.
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BBC News - Anti-censorship program Haystack withdrawn - 0 views

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    Software developed to bypass Iranian Internet censorship has been scrapped, due to various reasons.
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Tim Berners-Lee calls for free internet worldwide - 0 views

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    The creator of the world wide web would like to see the service become free for everybody to use.
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Google warning on fake anti-virus software - 0 views

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    It turns out that 15% of free anti-virus softwares contain viruses themselves, according to Google.
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Somebody Lost Apple's 4th-Gen iPhone Prototype In a Bar - 0 views

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    When you're trying to keep something a secret, it may not be a good idea to take it out into the public and lose it. It might not also be a good idea to take it and post about it, even if you are Gizmodo.
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Popular brain training games 'do not make users any smarter' - 0 views

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    Although companies have tried to interest more people with brain training games, it turns out they do not work.
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Detection Stick Is Like the Hot Tub Time Machine for Smut - 0 views

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    My main concern isn't about what it does (even though it is quite odd), but how successful it will be.
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PlayStation Network Gets Back to Normal - 0 views

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    Playstation 3 owners had been scared yesterday when some machines miscalculated a leap year, disconnecting it from the loop of PlayStation Network. Everything seems to be okay now, we hope.
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Breakdancing Is No Match For Project Natal's Sensors - 0 views

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    Looks like Microsoft's Project Natal is more advanced than most of us thought. It effectively tracks bodily movements, even in low-light conditions.
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PleaseRobMe website reveals dangers of social networks - 0 views

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    If you're out of the house and you tweet about it, the Internet will soon know about it!
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Microsoft-Yahoo search deal approved - 0 views

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    Microsoft will soon own Yahoo! and everything Yahoo! owns. However, this will only bring Microsoft a fraction closer to surpassing the might that is Google.
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2010: Living In the Future - 0 views

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    A new blog shows the pages of a book that was bought in 1972, depicting the year 2010. Now that we are in that year, it is interesting to see what predictions were correct.
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Industry Vet Predicts Full Digital Distribution by 2011 - 0 views

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    Apparently all games (and who knows what else) for computers will only be available by downloads by the year 2011. If this is a good thing, we shall have to find out in a year's time.
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