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Maintaining a Software-Obsessed Tech Industry is Self-Sabotage –

Can we see that maintaining a software-obsessed tech industry is self-sabotage? As a venture capitalist, I know there’s incredible excitement around quantum computing. Yet, as a material scientist, I also see the technology is at least five years away from commercialization. Once again, we see a bias that plagues the tech community: software overshadowing hardware. …

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Not All 7-Segment Displays Are Electronic

There are a variety of means by which numbers can be displayed from an electronic circuit, and probably the most ubiquitous remains the seven-segment display. Take seven LEDs, lamps, LCDs, VFD segments or mechanical flip-dot style units in the familiar rectangular figure eight, and your microcontroller or similar can display numbers. There are a variety …

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Google Pixelbook Go Laptop Prototype Leaked, Here’s a Hands-On Look – TechEBlog

Photo credit: 9to5 GoogleHere’s a first look at Google’s next laptop, the Pixelbook Go. This prototype features a keyboard similar to its predecessor, USB-C ports on each side, and a single 3.5mm headphone jack to the left. As you’ll see in the hands-on demonstration, the front-facing speakers are not what you’d expect from a budget-priced …

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The Righteous Quest To Crack A Canon I9900

[Starhawk] is a man with a problem. More accurately, he’s a man whose mother has a problem, but ultimately that ends up being the same thing. Her wide-format Canon printer recently stopped working after better than a decade of reliable service, and he wants to know why. Rather than spend the money on buying a …

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Pour One Out for the Dreamcast, Sega’s Awesome, Quirky, Gone-Too-Soon Console

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. On September 9, 1999, Sega launched the Dreamcast in North America — it’s last, best hope for relevance in the console market. The console, which was intended to put Sega on a more even footing against competitors like Sony, wound …

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Dedicated Server Hosting and Benefits

Apr 28, 2019 Posted by Dr. Nidhi Arora in Head Scratch | 6 comments A dedicated server hosting is a type of web hosting where the customer hires an entire physical server not shared with others. Dedicated Server is more versatile than other hosting where the users have a complete control over their server. This …

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Smartphone sales declined again in Q2, surprising no one – TechCrunch

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Smartphone sales are down. Again. After years of growth, the smartphone market’s recent slide has continued into the second quarter of 2019, per numbers from analyst group, Gartner. At 1.7% year over year, it’s not a huge slice of the overall pie, but it does point to …

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Silicone 3D printing startup Spectroplast spins out of ETHZ with $1.5M – TechCrunch

3D printing has become commonplace in the hardware industry, but because few materials can be used for it easily, the process rarely results in final products. A Swiss startup called Spectroplast hopes to change that with a technique for printing using silicone, opening up all kinds of applications in medicine, robotics and beyond. Silicone is …

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