OVERVIEW: This app contains flash cards, quizzes and schematics of the Citation X. It is designed to help pilots with memory recollection...
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Ginger Strand's "Killer on the Road" tells the epic tale of America's soulless Interstate System.
Amazon pushes for more content to the Kindle with the introduction of a book serial subscription service.
Broadcom has made many of its best buys in Israeli start-ups, says the head of the company's operations in the country
Scientists have found a curious similarity between a serial killer's murders and the firing patterns of brain cells.
The company will resume shipments of its second-generation Intel Core processor, just a week after it found a design flaw that hurts performance
Paghera Green Philosophy There are many ways of living, thinking and building "green". This application provides a far-ranging gallery...
Local police turned to social networking site to track down suspected serial killer in Manila who kept a Facebook account.
Your iPhone's serial number is a treasure trove of interesting data - including its manufacture date and factory ID. Here's how to decode it.
Can you be sure that the item you are purchasing is genuine? You can with Authenticateit - the worlds first consumer-centred anti-counterfeiting...
ASUS ships a crack tool, serials and confidential documents on recovery DVD.
Seagate last week unveiled a 500GB 2.5-inch notebook drive as well as a 1.5TB desktop hard drive, claiming industry firsts for both.
The Barracuda 7200 1.5TB hard drive has the 'biggest leap ever' in desktop format storage capacity
If you're looking for a simple and cheap way to set up a RAID array for important data, the Adaptec ASR 5445 serial RAID controller card could be for you. We found it easy to set up and fast to access data.
The rapid improvement of Torrent technology, based on open source, will transform TV, just as VOIP tools like Skype are changing telephony, enabling integration with other data services.
Just back from the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC), where I had a most interesting conversation with some of the people behind the Maxwell experimental high performance computer. That's based on FPGAs - Field Programmable Gate Arrays, chips designed to have their hardware configured through software - and is a fascinating approach to the general problem of how to use all that new clever hardware we're making to run software we know how to write.
LSI Logic has launched a storage system aimed at small companies, and has its hands full with the purchase of Agere Systems
There has been a lot of discussion lately about Mac serial numbers. Specifically, what serial number MacBook Pro you have and how it relates to the version of the logic board that you have...
Scott Lowe takes a detailed look at the specs of SAS and compares its performance with current SATA standards.
Western Digital premiered the 150GB Raptor X hard drive at CES, complete with a see-through case
While the introduction of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) will have a significant impact on the storage environment though 2006/7, over the next 12 months clients should be wary of the hype vendors will use to promote it.
When surfing a leading security firm's site, check that url because a company appears to have set traps through typo-laden domain names.
If you've ever used serialization in Java, the first thing you probably noticed is how easy it is to code. The second thing you probably noticed is how easy it is to break serialization by changing your classes.
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