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Comment: Re:I thought we were trying to end sexism? (Score 1) 596

so culture/society is to blame? if so lets segregate? i mean clearly woman need all the help they can get in STEM but why stop there. Society has also demonstrated lack of wage equality so woman only corporations is the logical extension of this thinking. /endsomewhattroll

+ - Illegal downloading: Australia internet firms must supply data->

Submitted by wabrandsma
wabrandsma (2551008) writes "An Australian court has ordered internet service providers (ISPs) to hand over details of customers accused of illegally downloading a US movie.

In a landmark move, the Federal Court told six firms to divulge names and addresses of those who downloaded The Dallas Buyers Club."

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+ - Smartphone-Enabled Replicators Are 3-5 Years Away, Caltech Professor Says

Submitted by merbs
merbs (2708203) writes "In just a few years, we could see the mass proliferation of DIY, smartphone-enabled replicators. At least, Caltech electrical engineering professor Ali Hajimiri and his team of researchers thinks so. They’ve developed a very tiny, very powerful 3D imager that can easily fit in a mobile device, successfully tested its prowess, and published the high-res results in the journal Optics."

+ - Windows 10 Successor Carries Codename 'Redstone' And Will Splash Land In 2016-> 1

Submitted by MojoKid
MojoKid (1002251) writes "Windows 10 isn't even out the door yet, so what better time than now to talk about its successor? Believe it or not, there's a fair bit of information on it floating around already, with its codename being particularly interesting: Redstone. Following in the footsteps of 'Blue' and 'Threshold', Redstone is an obvious tie-in to Microsoft's purchase of Minecraft, which it snagged from Mojang last year. Redstone is an integral material in the game, used to create simple items like a map or compass as well as logic gates for building electronic devices, like a calculator or automatic doors. The really important news is that we could see Windows Redstone sometime in 2016."
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