Protest SOPA!

Today you might have noticed some sites went dark to protest SOPa and PIPA. Site include, reddit, wikipedia and 4chan! click here for more info. Also here s a funny and very ironic picture!

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2951 Google Image searches visualised

Search by Image, Recursively, Transparent PNG, #1 from kingcosmonaut3000 on Vimeo.

Sebastian Schmieg of the Netherlands made the above video by feeding Google’s Image Search a transparent PNG, asking it to find the closest match, taking the top result and feeding that back into the loop 2,951 times. The result is an unpredictable, ever evolving metamorphosis that features a lot of stars and galaxies in its infancy, but eventually blossoms into a cacophonous sea of images with occasional seas of similarity. The images are then turned into a 12fps video with an algorithm. Also it looks really cool.

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A closer look inside the Asus Transformer Prime

Hi guys, remember the Asus Eee Transformer Prime teardown? We promised you a closer look inside the chips and here you have it. Just check out the link in the bottom and you¨ll be taken to chipworks who have conducted some closer research on the silicon within this wondertablet.

Check it out HERE.

You want an awesome laser display, here you go!


There are many cool things to be uncovered at the CES, but it can sometimes be hard to find the awesome stuff in this jungle of technology. Anyway here is something that Engadget found, its basically a HUD which works by beaming lasers at glass containing a film of nanoparticles. The test version was a blue projector but they are also being developed in red, white and even dual blue and red. Whats so smart about it is it requires very little distance between the projector and the projection surface. The demo version you see in the video was only 3 feet from the image, which was still very clear. They say it can be used as a HUD in cars, and it accepts input from VGA, USB and memory cards!
Sun Innovations, Transplay display, you can find product page here
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Bluestacks, run Android apps on windows!


The developer bluestacks has created a system that lets users run android apps in Windows. The program is called bluestacks App Player and has now been released in alpha version.

The free version of the environment there are 10 preloaded applications, including news reader Pulse, and supports up to 26 more apps installed. The applications can be run in full screen mode and is said to have the same buoyancy as on an Android phone. Users will also be able to easily sync apps between phones and computers through something called blue stacks Cloud Connect.

When installing blue stacks App Player you can bring up a list of the apps that are available and when you click on an application is started in full screen. You can use the regular android buttons through a special menu at the bottom of the screen.

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