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Swedish hobbyist Hans Andersson has build a robot that can complete a Sudoko grid all by itself, a report in The Escapist has noted.On his Tilted Twister website, Andersson said that the robot, put together using a Lego Mindstorms kit, first uses an optical scanner to map the empty boxes and grab images of the numbers already entered.
Students at the University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, and other universities will now have the opportunity to learn hands-on about so-called "cloud computing" as the result of a new joint venture between Google and IBM. Also known as grid, large-scale distributed, or Internet-scale computing, cloud computing refers to the notion of large numbers of processors working in parallel to handle massive data throughput and analysis.
The 'Phonemasters' tapped into the nation's power grid, obtained private White House numbers and rooted around credit-reporting agencies. Here's how accountant-turned-sleuth Michael Morris cracked the case.
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