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“Wave” Goodbye To Peak Spectrum

Is the wireless industry facing hard times? Increasing spectrum use from a greater number of carriers and the advent of wireless broadband is carving our once plentiful broadcast spectrum into smaller chunks that cost carriers more to license.

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Way Past Dick Tracy

Parvus is taking portable computing devices to the next level with the Zypad Wrist Wearable Personal Computer (WWPC). Light weight (250 grams) and designed for hands-free operation, the Zypad is secured with a wrist strap and can be run using either the Windows CE or Linux operating systems.

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Overclocking the Human CPU

Although the human imagination is capable of many things, it is very difficult to imagine being smarter than we are now.

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Don’t Leave Your Memory At Home

Your brain. It may be your second favorite body part or – if you’re a true geek – it may be your first. Either way, your brain is the one and only implement at your disposal that allows you to have any experience of the world.

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EPOC Neuroheadset

The EPOC neuroheadset uses EEG technology to read electrical patterns in the brain and then sends this information through wireless signals to a computer.

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The Artificial Hippocampus

PESCOVITZ: Biomedical engineer Theodore Berger at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles has developed an artificial hippocampus: a silicon substitute for the part of the brain that scientists believe encodes experiences as long-term memories.

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