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Feed Science Daily: Move Over, Silicon: Advances Pave Way For Powerful Carbon-based Electronics (sciencedaily.com)

Bypassing decades-old conventions in making computer chips, engineers developed a novel way to replace silicon with carbon on large surfaces, clearing the way for new generations of faster, more powerful cell phones, computers and other electronics. The new practical technique shows great promise with the carbon material called graphene.
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Submission + - Stereoscopic 3D on Linux

Pitr writes: "Owners of head mounted displays could enjoy stereoscopic 3D on their Linux boxes only with high-priced graphic card like NVIDIA Quadro or ATI FireGL. But, the things changed... for the better. The salvation came, but not for all. Owners of ATI Radeon cards will have to wait for a while, but the lucky, lucky owners of any NVIDIA GeForce card can enjoy stereoscopic applications, images and videos with PolyStereo adapter — http://vrlogic.com/html/polystereo_adapter.html — on their Linux boxes and almost any HMD supporting 800x600 resolution. It also works with shutter glasses, but who actually uses those anymore?"

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