linatux writes "The International Space Station has a radiator leak in its power system. The outpost's commander calls the situation serious, but not life-threatening.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/8657465/Ammonia-leak-on-space-station"Link to Original Source
linatux writes "HP has announced their "Moonshot 1500 server" — up to 1,800 servers per 47U rack are supported.
Phoronix http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTM0NjA ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/hp-launches-first-project-moonshot-server-the-shape-of-things-to-come-7000013694/ & others are running intro articles. The tech certainly seems to be an advance on what is currently available — will it be enough to revive HP's server fleet?"
linatux writes "Mt Tongariro has erupted with a 2km-high ash plume seen in the sky and residents reporting the sulphur is making it harder to breathe."Link to Original Source
linatux writes "Engadget is running a brief article on the apparently successful creation of 3D solar cells using current fabrication techniques. Plenty of disclaimers in there, but may offer a large increase in efficiency over current techniques."Link to Original Source
linatux writes "Alleged internet pirate Kim Dotcom has been granted bail after new evidence came to light.
No word yet as to what the evidence is — maybe just a sudden stroke of common sense?"Link to Original Source
linatux writes "Chris Bidmead at reghardware.com has written a fascinating article on "LEO" — the first business computer.
"A programming language, even at assembly level, would have been a help. LEO came with no such luxury. But it took Caminer's team only two years to tame the beast, and in November 1951 it was proudly running "The Bakery Valuations Job" to track and cost the labour and material of cakes, biscuits and bread moving through Lyons various profit centres.""Link to Original Source