Thursday, May 14, 2009

14-May-2009 AM clippings


Intel gets slapped with a US$1.45 billion fine in the largest EU antitrust case yet, but AMD still has to come up with better goods:

The RepRap 3D printer is now capable of producing Lego(TM)-compatible parts using a script to define the dimensions of the brick:

While the D_Shape Mega Scale 3DPrinter prints significant structures inside a 6x6x6 metre cube from sand and a resin binder:

Most of the charges against iiNet (who passed copyright complaint letters directly to the police) are dropped. Some remain:

Ubuntu One goes on public beta, providing 2GiB of free online sync'd storage. 10 GiB available to paying users:

And finally. Swiss researchers find caffeine and sweetners in their clear lakes and streams. So guess where they came from....:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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