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HRP-4C Displays Wedding Dress, Wishful Thinking

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Fear not, this HRP-4C isnt actually getting married. Shes just modeling a wedding dress, because shes a professional model, remember? Developer Kazuhito Yokoi, who appeared at todays fashion show in a tuxedo, expressed his wishes for the robots future.


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Motorola dishes the official MOTOPRIZM line in South Korea

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We already knew Motorolas Krave ZN4 lookalike was headed to South Korea, but now Motos done its official duties by making things extra official.

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Nvidia's Ion Platform

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Nvidia's Ion could stretch Intel's limited Atom and make it fast enough to cope with HD playback and basic gaming. Can it actually play a Blu-ray movie? Does a better IGP actually make a difference or is the Atom core just too limiting? Simply: Is it worth Ionising an Atom?

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Mitsubishi Releases HC6800 Projector

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Mitsubishi is proud to announce the release of their latest home theater projector, the HC6800 (AKA LVP-HC6800). This projector features a 30000:1 contrast ratio, 1500 ANSI lumens, and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution.


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Runco Will Display Benchmark Projector Product at CEDIA 09

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The CEDIA 09 Expo is a little more than a month away and all the major manufacturers are trying to get into the show. Recently, it was announced that Runco will be sharing a space with Crestron, which is a major manufacturer of A/V equipment.


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Asus Eee 1005HA is new bestselling Netbook on Amazon

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The Asus Eee 1000HE was the bestselling netbook on Amazon for several months now. Since a couple days the new Asus Eee 1005HA is available and took over the lead position in the Netbook Sales Charts.


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Longtime Resident, Advocate and Perpetual Volunteer (KD6WDV), Keeps Giving:

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WHITTIER - After her husband, Walter, died of brain cancer in 1985, Jean Wall's doctor gave her advice on how to cope with her grief. He told her to turn up the volume on the TV and start screaming. "I did it for one night until I no longer had a voice. It took me a month to get my voice back," Wall said. "Next day, I woke up and said, `Stupid, you had a great life with that man. Why are you in a pity pot?"' She then heeded her doctor and her minister's suggestion to do something. She volunteered at the YWCA, the Fire Department, the Sheriff's Department, the Lions Club in La Habra and other places. Everywhere. And she hasn't stopped volunteering since. She's done her share of being a cop's extra eyes and ears. As a member of a ham radio group, she was put in a tree in the garden section of the Home Depot in La Mirada to spy on thieves taking tools from vehicles. She radioed the license numbers and other info to the deputies. "All of a sudden, I get hit with water," Wall said. The store was watering the plants. She called it a day: "This is KD6WDV signing off. I'm drowning here!"

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Passport to World Band Radio in Limbo:

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As with any good recipe, a range of ingredients has to come together if a reference book is to succeed. Solid content is, of course, essential.

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Children had a great day with amateur radio

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My children had a great day with amateur radio today, without me. Their school, Castor Valley Elementary School, had been selected to be a school contact with the International Space Station (ISS), NA1SS.
I had to work, but my wife, Ginny, attended and told me the event was excellent.  There were a group of three amateurs, I was told, talking to the students and operating the station using Greg’s call VA3ITB. The school gym was filled with the children from grades 1 and up, as well as with parents . The local CTV News Ottawa team were there too.  Ginny told me the audio was very good  and everyone could hear clearly in the gym.

Details on the event, as well as the children’s questions are here.  Unfortunately, I cannot find anything posted on the CTV Ottawa website, although it was on the local TV news.

Thanks to all amateurs, as well as the astronauts, for making these school contacts wonderful and educational events.

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HDD Bank Tera ?, Another Corega NAS

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Looking for a cheap NAS, what about the latest from Corega, the HDD Bank Tera ?? Available in 1TB or 2TB, it supports RAID 0/1, DLNA, Active Directory, iTunes Server, pretty much what any NAS does, the HDD Bank Tera ? does too.

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Russia Remembers Its Radio Inventor:

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Russians are marking the 150th birthday anniversary of Aleksandr Popov - the man who they believe invented the radio. In spite of the digital age, a traditional radio is still just as important for some. Americans are convinced it was Nikola Tesla who invented radio. Italians claim it was Marconi, but for Russians it was Aleksandr Popov who gave radio to the people. In 1894 he developed a radio receiver and was the first to use an antenna in his wireless telegraph.

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Download the first batch of bit-tech & Custom PC wallpapers

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One of the great things about being in the Dennis headquarters is that bit-tech now has access to the photo studio and photography team, who do all of the magazine cover shoots using some quite interesting lighting tricks.

Over the coming months, the plan is to spend some of the studio time allocated to the Custom PC magazine cover shoots on creating some more artistic shots that we would've been unable to do on our own... mainly due to lack of skill and know-how, but we're learning how some of the shots were created and hope to reveal some more details for those of you who frequent our photography forum.

In light of this, we have created the first set of wallpapers based on some of the photos that have been used on the Custom PC cover in the last few months, as well as the new photo we created for our monthly hardware buyer's guide.

Click on to download the wallpapers!

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Video Friday: Robot Gives Birth

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Thats right: now theyre reproducing. Run for the hills! Noelle is a robotic birth simulator with all the bells and whistles, including breathing and a pulse.

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WowWee Cinemin Swivel Projector Now Available for Pre-Ordering

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At the beginning of the year one of the most anticipated projectors was the WowWee Cinemin Swivel. This pico projector is the first model to feature a pivot point that allows the lens to be tilted to a 90 degree angle.


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Digital radio plan troubles

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An article in the UK newspaper The Guardian raises concerns about the planned switch-over from AM/FM to DAB digital in 2015

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Kyoceras NS01 wants to reside on your belt

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You know -- after gawking at smartphones all day, Kyoceras latest flip phone just looks stunning in its own simplistic way. Sure, theres nothing at all fancy about the NS01 that we mentioned in our KDDI blowout.

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Yaesu FL-7000 KW + HF Linear Amplifier Antenna Tuner System - 1,500.00 USD

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Yaesu FL-7000 KW + HF All Mode Solid State Amplifier and integrated Automatic Antenna Tuner, Highly Desirable and Preferred Premium Four-Button version from a caring non-smoking owner and collector, very nice condition, still even has the front plastic protection on meter switches. Yaesu FL-7000 supports 16010 Meters and WARC bands on all modes SSB/CW/AM/RTTY/PSK, has been professionally upgraded by the FL-7000 expert and delivers about 1200 Watts Input and about 700-800+ Watts Output Key-Down, a Solid 800-900 Watts Output on 160, 80, 40 and 20 Meters and 700-800 Watts on 17, 15 and 10 Meters. Yaesu FL-7000 features Automatic Band Changes (for Yaesu, Icom, Kenwood and other rigs with band data cable) and the Automatic Antenna Tuner is wonderful, just match once and it stores the setting in memory so youre set and she tracks/tunes in a fraction of a second. Multiple Cooling Fans and Loads of Special Protection Circuitry keeps her Safe & Sound. Large Dual Backlit Meters and illuminated band and status indicators, she supports Full QSK Break-in and runs comfortably on either standard 110/120 Volts (set for now) or 220/240 Volts AC. Includes FL-7000 Manual Copy and Modification Doc

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More Left 4 Dead coming soon

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Valve has announced the first major content update for Left 4 Dead and it should be with us this spring.

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Gateway EC Series Win7 Notebooks Launch

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All of the major manufacturers are rolling out new lines in preparation for this weeks launch of the Windows 7 OS. Gateway just sent out a press release announcing the launch of their new EC series of notebooks.


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Robby The Robot USB Hub

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When it comes to robots, Robby from Forbidden Planet is a true icon. In fact, hes so much of a celebrity that I remember him making cameos on popular TV shows back in the day.


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Picture Friday: Miniature Wall-E

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Flickr user Photo David has a nice set of pictures of a miniature Wall-E figurine in a variety of adorable situations. I think you can get the entire set of figures at ThinkGeek.

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