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Scientists hollow out fiber-optic cables, make data travel at near-light speed

Researchers create fiber network that operates at 99.7 percent speed of light and pushes data rates of 10 terabytes per second.

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Multi-monitor tracking system keeps you focused, makes sure you don’t miss anything

Diff Displays is a multi-display system that "knows" when you're looking at one of your multiple monitors.

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Samsung takes on Times Square, as real people react to Galaxy S4

We interviewed people at Samsung's Time Square event to see what they thought of the Galaxy S 4.

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Raspberry Pi's makers want you to compete for a pre-production camera module

Raspberry Pi announces a hackers competition for 10 early versions of its $25 camera add-on.

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Hands on with the HTC One

We go hands on with HTC's latest flagship phone to see if it's hip or all hype.

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USC scientists make a better battery that can charge in 10 minutes

USC researchers develop a lithium ion battery that could recharge in 10 minutes and last three times longer than current batteries

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PixelTone is an image editing app that takes voice commands

Adobe Research and University of Michigan researchers develop a voice-recognition based photoshopping app that does exactly what you tell it to do.

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Raspberry Pi's $25 camera add-on inches closer, may come next month

Raspberry Pi might be getting a $25 five-megapixel camera add-on next month.

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The Gizmo board is a tiny AMD-powered x86 microcontroller

AMD teams up with GizmoSphere to develop its first x86 microcontroller board that's powered by a dual-core 1GHz processor.

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This 85-pound IBM hard drive from 1989 will make you love modern tech even more

EEVblog tears down an 85-pound, 1GB IBM 3390 hard drive from 1989. Don't ever complain about your 16GB iPad again.

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Raspberry Pi will get its own version of Minecraft

Raspberry Pi gets its own version of Minecraft and an official $25 camera add-on.

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Oak Ridge Lab builds world's fastest computer, still can't divide by zero

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan Cray XK7 supercomputer takes the top supercomputer spot with 17.59 petaFLOPS of processing power

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Japan Display ditches the backlight with its new LCD

Japan Display introduces a new backlight-free display that shows color images and video.

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Picade is an arcade cabinet shell for your Raspberry Pi

Pimoroni brings us an open, hackable arcade cabinet kit for the Raspberry Pi.

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Cubieboard is like a Raspberry Pi on steroids

Cubieboard is a serious computer on a stick with a 1GHz ARM processor that can run Android, Ubuntu, or Linux.

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