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Six Degrees of Separation is now Down to Four

November 22, 2011

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Six Degrees of Separation is now Down to Four According to Facebook

What started as six is now down to four. Thanks to Facebook and the sheer size of their user base (721 Million people, or roughly 10% of the earth’s population), the University of Milan was able to use state-of-the-art algorithms developed at their laboratory to concluded that the average separation between two people is 4.74. […]

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GameGadget Unveils Open Source Game Console

November 22, 2011

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GameGadget Open Source Game Console

UK company GameGadget has announced the launch of their new “Go Anywhere – Play Everything” games console, called the GameGadget 1.0. The name is very appropriate as it doesn’t aim to be a flash in the pan. They have the big gaming companies directly in their sights and the big gaming picture in mind. This […]

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Hackers Attack ATT. Is Your Wireless Phone Safe?

November 22, 2011

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AT&T recently reported that an organized attempt was made to hack information from as many as 1 million wireless customer accounts, but they want customers to rest assured that no accounts were actually broken into. According to an AT&T spokesperson, auto-script technology was used to find out if AT&T telephone numbers were connected to online […]

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The Next Generation of Touch Arrives with Microsoft Surface SUR40

November 22, 2011

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Microsoft Surface SUR40

The future of touch screens has arrived with the second generation of Microsoft surface smart tables – the Microsoft Surface SUR40, which comes with a new touch-sensitive technology called PixelSense, created in collaboration between Microsoft and Samsung. The SUR40 is a 40-inch touch display that can be used as either a horizontal or vertical surface. […]

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Researchers Develop World’s Lightest Material

November 18, 2011

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Lightest Material on Earth

Styrofoam is very lightweight, unless you compare it to the new micro-lattice cellular material developed by a team of researchers from UC Irvine, HRL Laboratories and Caltech. Compared to Styrofoam, this new material is 100 times less dense and is said to be the lightest material in the world. In fact, it is so lightweight […]

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