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Submission + - SPAM: Iomega releases all-in-one security video surveillance and network storage solut

johnsmith7866 writes: "Iomega, an EMC company, recently announced the North America availability of an all-in-one network storage video surveillance product that includes both hardware and software, providing SMBs and others with an easy-to-deploy, high performance video surveillance solution"
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Submission + - Boston Dynamics develops an 11-lb robot that can jump 30 feet into the air, (

Ruvim writes: Boston Dynamics has developed a "Sand Flea" 11-lb robot that drives like an RC car, but when it needs to it can jump 30 feet into the air. An onboard stabilization system keeps it oriented during flight to improve the view from the video uplink and to control landings. This youtube video shows its amazing trickery.

Comment Danger zone! (Score 1) 222

I would consider moving away from wherever company that will be releasing/distributing DNF is located. Because we just know, that just when they are about to release it, a meteor or aliens or Godzilla will attack that area and destroy everything in vicinity, preventing it from being released.

Comment Re:I'm confused. (Score 1) 506

We are not located at the center of the universe. Which means that if universe is expanding with at least speed of light, we would not be able to see at least the half of the universe that is expanding to the other side from the center. Now, how does it approach 250+ times bigger? More beer and some additional funding will surely find an answer.

Comment Sad to see it go.... (Score 1) 156

This was a great tool for calling businesses while driving, Google would even text the matching result if I wanted a record on my phone. I think I would even be willing to pay a small monthly/per-use fee for this service, as long as it's under $2/call current AT&T directory assistance rip-off.

"I've finally learned what `upward compatible' means. It means we get to keep all our old mistakes." -- Dennie van Tassel