iFixit Slays an iMac Intel 27″ Retina 5K Display

by Jeremiah on October 20, 2014

iMac Retina 5k

Since the advent of life, we and animals alike love to tear and rip each other apart and gorge on each other’s insides. We have come a long way from that, but the curiosity beneath is still there. So today, how would you like to tear something apart and see what’s inside? And how do you like it if it’s the latest Apple iMac Retina with 5K display? Yes we just talked about it last month, and now the kind folks at iFixit has slayed the beast and put up a video to show us what wonderful electron pumping, memory flashing innards it contains. Enjoy!

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The Fastest Way to Exchange Your Cryptocurrencies

by Jeremiah on October 14, 2014

shapeshiftio

Shape Shift is the fastest way to exchange cryptocurrencies. You can swap coins instantly with no sign-ups, no emails, and no passwords. For now you can swap between Bitcoin, Litecoin, Darkcoin, Peercoin and Dogecoin, but we suspect that soon they would be adding more cryptocurrencies as they rise in popularity.

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Is This the End of Rotating Hard Drives?

by Jeremiah on October 9, 2014

Samsung 3D Vertical NAND SSD

First, the official jibberish:

Samsung Electronics announced today the beginning of mass production of the first 3-bit multi-level-cell, three-dimensional, Vertical NAND flash memory, to be used in solid state drives.

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Virgin Media, Still UK’s Fastest of the Fast

by Jeremiah on October 9, 2014

Virgin Media Cable Modem

Ever wonder what fast is? Virgin Media kid you not when it comes to fast, and as UK’s leading internet service provider, Virgin Media’s broadband offer is really the fastest of the fast.

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RoboWorm – The Firemen Version of RoboCop

by Jeremiah on October 6, 2014

RoboWorm

In times of tragedy, the human capacity often faces many limitations, especially when it comes to search and rescue in tight situations. A design company from Germany seeks to solve this with the RoboWorm. It’s an earthworm-like robotic probe that could easily navigate through tight spaces such as building rubble, in order to search for survivors without further endangering more human lives. It is the eye and ear replacement of rescue workers, for safer, more effective rescue missions.

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