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Nuclear submarine power station is bad idea
posted January 20 2011 21:25.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Some time ago, i was reading an article about small nuclear reactors that could be berried underground to power a small city. And i said myself "BAD idea". Now this, another bad...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: wnn]
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Tags: nuclear   commercial   environment   

Misa Digital Kitara - Not to replace guitars
posted January 19 2011 11:03.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

When i first saw this stringless guitar, i thought: "LAME". I play guitar myself, and i know that the feeling of the string is irreplaceable. But then, i saw this video from...

[Link: misadigital]
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Tags: music   inventions   commercial   games and fun   artistic   cool gadget   innovations   

This 3D printer prints in Titanium!
posted January 19 2011 7:00.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis

3D printers become more and more advanced day by day. But they have one major disadvantage by birth: They print in plastic. Ok, this may not me a disadvantage after all, but...

[Via: technabob]    [Link: i.materialise]
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Tags: innovations   3D printing   new materials   commercial   inventions   

From sand to chip - How chips are made [video]
posted January 17 2011 7:23.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It was a long, long time ago since i was fascinated that much with a video again. Featured from Wired videos, here is an awesome short documentary, in which you will learn the steps...

[Via: hackedgadgets]    [Link: wired videos]
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Tags: crazy photo/video   commercial   documentary   

Hydrogen Fuel Cells are more than real!
posted January 12 2011 18:58.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is Alan Parekh himself from Hacked Gadgets, presenting a new freezing cool gadget presented in this year's CES. Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies made this device, which uses water...

[Via: hackedgadgets]    [Link: horizonfuelcell]
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Tags: hydrogen   chemistry   cool gadget   cell phone hacks   commercial   

BMW ad burns an image in your eyes
posted January 12 2011 18:32.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Its a fact: The Germans know how to make innovative advertisements. I totally disagree with this method of burning an image in the viewer's eyes, yet i have to admit that this is...

[Link: PaperPlanefr]
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Tags: illusion   crazy photo/video   health & nature   commercial   

An antenna made of... water!
posted January 10 2011 20:58.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis

SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific has developed a technology that uses the magnetic induction properties of salt in sea water to create UHF/VHF/HF antenna. The purpose of this research...

[Via: southgatearc]    [Link: SSC]
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Tags: chemistry   antenna   inventions   research   commercial   

MIT is a step closer to cheap organic solar cells
posted January 6 2011 10:53.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Today's method of flexible solar cell manufaturing, is based on highly purified silicon compounds, which is an expensive procedure. MIT came...

[Link: MIT]
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Tags: science   green   new materials   experiments   articles   solar   commercial   research   chemistry   physics   

New MB from MSI - its an overkill!
posted December 29 2010 17:13.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis

MSI revealed the new Big Bang Marshal board. It has eight x16 PCI Express slots -can be used only 8 simultaneously or turn into x8 to use all-, eight USB 3.0 ports, and three BIOS chips. The board will be on the shelves the first quoter next year.

[Link: semi accurate]
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