Monday, November 24, 2008

24-Nov-2008 AM clippings


Nvidia announce their US$10,000 Tesla desktop supercomputer using 960 massively parallel GPU cores. C Libraries for Windows/Linux:

Palm laying off as many as 1,050 employees, as the world still awaits a new product from them:

A networking kernel flaw is found in Vista. Currently causes crashes but exploits seem plausible. No fix until the next service pack:

In-flight WiFi is now operational on some US airlines - and the planes don't seem to be falling out of the sky when the WiFi turns on:

The ABnote-LAKS Smart Watch does contactless payment transfers:

And finally. A clever bit of augmented virtual reality, using your webcam and a flash app to add a 3D ceature to your desktop:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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