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Google News Sci Tech: Skeleton found in parking lot identified as that of England's King Richard III .->

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Skeleton found in parking lot identified as that of England's King Richard III ...
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LEICESTER, England – He wore the English crown, but he ended up defeated, humiliated and reviled. Now things are looking up for King Richard III. Scientists announced Monday that they had found the monarch's 500-year-old remains under a parking lot in ...
Scientists identify remains as those of King Richard IIILos Angeles Times
Richard III dig: DNA confirms bones are king'sBBC News
Remains of King Richard III identifiedWashington Post
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Comment: Re:Go check out Mega.co.nz (Score 2) 203

by carlvlad (#42619551) Attached to: Kim Dotcom Reveals Mega Will Offer 50GB of Free Storage
I thought you meant they would pay me just for being a peer, but from the site:

== At least 20 TB of disk space, quality RAID controller, at least 4 GB of RAM, at least 1 Gbps uplink (2 Gbps preferred), Linux ==

But you are correct sir, it is an interesting concept and I would gladly be a paying customer for this service.

Comment: Re:RIM basically bought the apps (Score 1) 193

by carlvlad (#42595023) Attached to: RIM Attracts 15,000 Apps For BlackBerry 10 In 2 Days
I know this may not be a sure thing, but looking at the bright side, I don't think RIM would just easily pay $100 for any fart apps and generic clones. I really hope the app environment is polished enough for RIM to disrupt the market hold of iOS and Android. And I say the same to Windows Phone 8, Symbian, MeeGo, and upcoming trends of browser based OS too. There are no such thing as too many competition for consumers.

Comment: Re:20" 4K display is dumb now? (Score 2) 152

by carlvlad (#42581809) Attached to: The Best and Worst From CES 2013
I do believe that at this early point of time, 4K (or other higher than "HD" resolution) displays would be targeted at content creators, instead of content consumers. I do freelance videography, I would love to have high density display in small size. I keep hearing the same consensus from my peers within the same field that the display market had been stagnant at atrocious "FullHD 16:9". (Yes there are a lot of professional grade displays but they are financially out of reach from us mere freelancers :) )

Comment: 20" 4K display is dumb now? (Score 2) 152

by carlvlad (#42581545) Attached to: The Best and Worst From CES 2013
I dont get it, Why would the 20" 4K display be considered dumb? As a tablet it may not be seen as ideal to MOST of the people out there, but I'm more impressed that they managed to cram those pixels into 20" display. I'm not sure if they're the first to manufacture such hardware, but I've never seen anyone made that level of display at that small size. (not to forget as a tablet those includes the processor and the rest of the electronics.)

Comment: Re:Naive thinking... (Score 5, Interesting) 426

by carlvlad (#26871815) Attached to: Facebook's New Terms of Service
I recall some time back on /. , when another social networking site (which I can't recall the name) did something like this. A fellow slashdoter comes up with an interesting approach by slowly replacing the contents with false data instead of deleting the account. I think that would work well providing the site does not maintain old archives.

Comment: Re:Details for Bad Company 2... (Score 0) 54

by carlvlad (#26750189) Attached to: EA Unveils Two New <em>Battlefield</em> Games
I for one don't really care for Bad Company series, but from the article it's written that "BF1943 will be focused on multiplayer". I always thought that Battlefield were always a multiplayer focused game, how more multiplayer can it get? I hope not by having/forcing annoying network clients (like GameSpy and such).

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