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Interview with Jon Grodem From Optoma

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Optoma is known for their incredible projectors, especially their recently developed pico projectors. Pico Projector Info was fortunate enough to get an interview with Jon Grodem, Optomas Director of product and marketing.


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AMSAT India sponsors VO-52 Operating Certificate

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AMSAT India will issue a certificate for Amateur Radio operators who establish two-way contact thru VO-52 between January 26, 2009 until May 5, 2009

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Negroponte raps about OLPC 2: designed as if we were Google

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Well, our interest was certainly piqued by that OLPC XO-2 mockup that surfaced yesterday, and now the Guardian is saying that the hardware development will take place open source.

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Hams Assist Woman Injured in Desert:

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It was a sunny day, not a cloud in the sky, when Hal Whiting, KI2U, Todd Kluxdal, Kluxdal's father and Whiting's two sons decided to go out to the Poverty Mountain area in Arizona to search for airplane crash sites. Whiting, who lives in St George, Utah, and Kluxdal, who lives in Mesquite, Nevada, took two vehicles that day. According to Whiting, they always take two vehicles, just in case a problem pops up: "We always have two spare tires, extra gasoline and a tow rope. We take enough food and supplies to stay two or three days." In addition to the extra equipment, Whiting took the one thing he never goes without -- his ham radio.

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Logitech Cooling Pad N100 With rear air intake for improved airflow

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When youre using your laptop on the couch or bed or at a desk with your favorite external keyboard and mouse, the Logitech Cooling Pad N100 improves airflow around your notebook.

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The Future of Ham Radio -- Interviews:

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N7ICE was able to catch up with Liam (AG1J) and Quinn (WQ1U) at the Scottsdale SpringFest. These 2 brothers ages 10 and 13 respectively are some of the brightest ham radio operators that you will ever meet. In addition to both being EXTRA class operators, they are Net Control Operators of the Phoenix 21:00 Net and they are DXing on a daily basis and building a tower! We caught up with Craig, their dad, (WA7K) to ask for advice in getting them interested in ham radio and ways to promote the hobby to today's youth.

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Fujifilm FinePix F200 EXRs photos shown off

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We were fairly hopeful that Fujifilms recently revealed 12 megapixel FinePix F200 EXR point and shoot would produce some great looking shots.

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3M Unveils MPro150 Projector at CES 2010

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CES is only a few days away and one company that will be displaying this year is 3M. Today, the company announced that they will be displaying the next generation in their pico projector line, the MPro150.


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Carmack: Rage may drop dedicated servers too

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id Software's John Carmack has said that Rage may not support dedicated servers either.

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Wireless Electricity Is Here:

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I'm standing next to a Croatian-born American genius in a half-empty office in Watertown, Mass., and I'm about to be fried to a crisp. Or I'm about to witness the greatest advance in electrical science in a hundred years. Maybe both. Either way, all I can think of is my electrician, Billy Sullivan. Sullivan has 11 tattoos and a voice marinated in Jack Daniels. During my recent home renovation, he roared at me when I got too close to his open electrical panel: "I'm the Juice Man!" he shouted. "Stay the hell away from my juice!" He was right. Only gods mess with electrons. Only a fool would shoot them into the air. And yet, I'm in a conference room with a scientist who is going to let 120 volts fly out of the wall, on purpose.

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Australia Says No to Broadband Over Powerline:

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The Wireless Institute of Australia reports that amateurs down-under appear to be safe from the rollout of a nationwide Broadband over Powerline or BPL system. Australia's government announced that it will be building a system based on fibre optic technology. This decision would appear to remove the possibility of widespread interference to radio communications from any network-wide adoption of BPL technology, but still leaves as a concern the possibility of interference from in-home use of BPL as an internal distribution technology. The decision by Australia to opt away from BPL could be a major blow to the world-wide implementation of this technology. Hopefully, other nations will look at Australia's decision to go fibre and reconsider any commitment to BPL.

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Canon Releases New Projector Monitoring Software

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Canon is happy to announce that they have released a new software program that will allow users to monitor and manage their REALiS and LV series projectors.


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Shortwave Radio for the 21st Century:

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WorldVoice Radio [iTunes link] is a cool little iPhone app that may help do for podcasting what Twitter did for web publishing -- make it easy to send out short, frequent messages. Of course, there's a difference, since WorldVoice Radio does this by letting you publish short podcasts from your iPhone. If you've used Utterli or Audioboo, you have the general idea. The app, which was created by Kai Cherry and RnSK Softronics, has just arrived in the App Store. Kai is an occasional guest on the TUAW Talkcast, and he asked a few of the TUAW bloggers to join his beta testing team for WorldVoice Radio. (In the unlikely case that you're not familiar with the concept of beta testing, it's about getting a group of users together to make sure that an app is bug-free and functional prior to going to market.) Follow along as I give you a first look at this intriguing app, and as I beta-test WorldVoice Radio. How to describe WorldVoice Radio? I like to think of it as ham radio for the modern age (the actual hobby of amateur radio sadly seems to be dying a slow death -- yes, I am a ham (KC0EZH)). The app page in iTunes calls it "shortwave radio for the 21st century," and the app is complete with radio tuning sounds as you flip through the "frequencies" to visit stations that have been set up by other WorldVoice Radio users.

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Samsung NP-N150 Netbook with Atom N450 Leaked

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Online retailer Neobits. com has listed three Samsung NP-N150 10. 1-inch netbook models, featuring the latest Intel Pine Trail M platform with the new Atom N450 1.


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JVC Victor new High-End Wood Cone EX-A150 Series

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Here you are the EX-A150, which in fact include 3 different components, like the SX-WD150 Speakers (Wood cone driver unit), the RX-A150 Amp as the XV-A150 CD and DVD player.


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Judge Rules in Favor of Amateur in Palmdale Antenna Support Structure Case:

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On Friday, February 6, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a ruling in favor of Alec Zubarau, WB6X, of Palmdale, California, in Zubarau's case against the City of Palmdale.

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Cheap ATT phone allows for GPS navigation

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If youve been looking for an inexpensive ATT phone with GPS navigation capabilities youre in luck! The new LG CF360 may be the right phone for you.

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Sanyo PLC-XU355 Projector Review

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A few months ago, Sanyo released their PLC-XU355 projector. This model features 3500 ANSI lumens, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.


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Joystiq is live from Nintendos GDC 2009 keynote

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Our siblings in blogging over at Joystiq are live at the Nintendo GDC keynote right now, which just got underway. Hit up the read link for the full blow-by-blow!.

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iSuppli Deconstructs Blackberry Storm

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Blackberry has taken some lumps over its latest handsets the Storm. The Storm was the first touch-enabled handset to come from Blackberry and many buyers took issue with the handset as it was delivered citing poor performance and a tendency to crash.

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bTendo Tests New Laser Pico Projector Modules

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bTendo has recently announced that they have been testing and displaying their new laser pico projector module. This device is only a prototype at the moment, but it is already starting to out perform many other pico projectors.


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Noctua NH-C12P CPU Cooler Review

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The NH-C12P is a lower profile version of the fantastic NH-U12P from the Austrian company that oozes quality and great performance in its products. We've put it through its paces on LGA775 and Socket AM2+ to see if it can keep up with the strong competition it faces.

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