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December 11, 2010 by

Big changes in store for Android Market

Shorter return periods, content filtering, and more promotional graphics are on the way for Android users and developers. Unfortunately we're still stuck with the 325-character description limit.

February 17, 2008 by

Nokia debuts Android phone, sort of

Nokia isn't jumping on the Android bandwagon yet, but innovative new hardware in the 6210 Navigator points the way for more realistic location (and direction) based services in future Android handsets.

August 18, 2007 by

Inserting your virtual copy in a game

French researchers have developed a new system to enable users to insert virtual copies of themselves into video games or on the Web. This system combines high performance video acquisition, computation and graphics rendering. It was introduced last week at SIGGRAPH 2007. This system is called GrImage (for 'grid' and 'image') -- a French word which also means 'make-up' for actors -- a pretty bad choice in my opinion. Anyway, it could be used to control your realistic avatars not only in games, but also in video conferences. But read more...

November 25, 2002 by

Toshiba Satellite 5200-701

The Satellite 5200 has the power to be a realistic alternative to a home desktop PC, and for the most part the features it boasts -- good 3D graphics, decent audio quality, Bluetooth -- are the ones people are likely to want.

May 27, 1999 by

Robot sent to Chernobyl

A team of government researchers, academic organizations and private industries has developed a robot that will be sent to the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in Ukraine to help detect problems. The robot, which uses technology from Silicon Graphics, will scan the reactor, sending researchers a photo-realistic, 3D image that can be checked for problems.


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