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Sanyo introduces the PLC-WU3800 compact projector

06/15/2011, Sanyo has just announced the introduction of the PLC-WU3800, a Wide XGA compact projector that is touted to have the highest brightness for a projector in its class. With the capability to go as bright as 3800 Lumens, it designed for use in lighted...

Next generation PowerVR graphics processors now being licensed

06/15/2011, AppleInsider has just reported that Imagination Technologies – the company behind the PowerVR mobile graphics processors that are used in Apple’s A5 processor (found in the iPad 2), has started licensing the next generation of its PowerVR graphics...

Malaysian government website targeted by Anonymous?

06/14/2011, It looks like not only companies are being targeted by cyber attacks from the group “Anonymous”. According to recent reports, anonymous hacker collective known as Anonymous, will be launching an attack on Malaysia’s government website....

Samsung Galaxy Tabs used to create Smart Schools in Korea

06/14/2011, While schools in America have decided to adopt the iPad for educational purposes, on the other side of the world, in South Korea, they prefer to use the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet instead. Samsung and Daegu high school have agreed to create a...

Kobo opening its platform up to more authors

06/13/2011, Kobo, the folks behind the Kobo eReaders, has decided t expand its services, by allowing authors to submit their own books to the Kobo eBook store. In a recent interview, Kobo CEO talks about the eBook self-publishing service. The service will be simple...

Teen brain data used to predict the success of a pop song

06/13/2011, Teen brain data can be used to predict the success of a pop song, according to the latest findings of scientists at Emory University. They performed an experiment where they got a group of twenty-seven teenagers, aged 12-17 and played them music 120 songs...

HexBright is an open source light

06/10/2011, If you’ve always wanted to program your own torch lights, the folks behind HexBright have got the device of your dreams. Called the HexBright, it will come in two models – the regular HexBright Prime that functions as a regular torch light, and...

Ingri:Dahl James: say goodbye to ugly 3D glasses

06/10/2011, I’m sure most of you will know by now how ridiculous people look with cinema-provided 3D glasses during 3D movie screenings. Well, a pair of Norwegian twins decided to put their feet down and come up with an answer to the question, “Why do 3D...

Citi hacked, 210k North American customers affected

06/09/2011, High-profile hacks have become somewhat of a common-thing in recent months, with Sony taking a huge brunt of the attacks. Just today it’s been reported that another large corporation has been infiltrated by an unknown group of hackers. Citibank has...

Samsung Smart TVs used to show off famous artworks in Seoul

06/07/2011, Technology usually means out with the old and in with the new. In this case, we have Smart TVs from Samsung replacing the artwork of famous artists in South Korea. In the first exhibition of its kind in the world, the Hangaram Art Museum at the Seoul Art...