Monday, December 22, 2008

22-Dec-2008 AM clippings


Lenovo introduce a desktop replacement laptop with a 17-inch primary scrren and a 10.5-inch secondary screen that slides out:

The Android mobile phone OS gets support for Bluetooth stereo headsets and remote control amongst other improvements:

Times Warner pull all their videos from the sandpit^W^W YouTube after contract negotiations break down:

Another break in a submarine cable cuts connections between Europe, the Middle East and Asia:

Scientists at UCLA mod a cellphone to turn it into a portable blood, analyzer capable of detecting HIV, malaria and other illnesses:

Judges in the US label the use of brain scans to determine the truth as junk neuroscience, making it inadmissible in court:

The next big consumer item for 2009 might well be solid-state lighting. Green and saves money, plus you can dim them:

And finally. New Zealand windmill technology is being used to provide Afghan communities with power. How about more of it over here?:

Clippings is about to have a break. We wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2009!

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