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OFF-Line File Sharing System in NYC Public Space

Posted in General, Green, Hardware, News on October 31, 2010 by tatstechtalk

NYC Has installed an Off-line File Sharing System. The thing is it’s installed into the buildings, walls, and Curbs, The idea is to create an anonymous, offline file-sharing network in public space. The drives are completely public and anyone can plug in to drop and download files.


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Concept Bus thats Great for traffic

Posted in General, Green, Hardware, Industry News on October 28, 2010 by tatstechtalk

Ok this Bus is Supposed to be used on a rail system that would safely guide it through traffic at a rate of about 25 to 50 mph and allow the right size vehicles under(through) it. By the end of the year Beijing China is going to start construction, and the designer has opened a US Company looking to find other companies to build and sell it here in the US, but we the people have issues with oversized vehicle that would not allow people to drive under this monster bus. would this help or hurt traffic?? what do you think???


Microsoft is Driving for the Future!!!

Posted in General, GPS, Green, Microsoft, Windows on October 20, 2010 by tatstechtalk

I know how patiently you’ve been waiting for this day, but it’s here. It’s really here. Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive 7 is out, appearing in the download queues of “select car makers and suppliers in the automotive industry.” What does it offer? Why, Silverlight support for fancier UIs, real-time text-to-speech technology, and better expandability for third-party plugins. In bigger news, Microsoft is confirming that it is the brains behind the Nissan Leaf’s Information Hub, which not only handles infotainment duties but also gives charging status and power consumption figures. Finally, the MyFord system is going global, shipping to Blue Oval vehicles in Europe and Asia in 2011. That’s after 2.5 million Sync-equipped cars have hit the road. Highway domination? Nearly complete.

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I already dont like PC’s, but Cardboard???

Posted in Green, PC on October 2, 2010 by tatstechtalk

Recompute is just so far fetched: an entire desktop PC… built with cardboard! Sure, the internals are standard off-the-shelf PC components, but from the outside Recompute looks like nothing we’ve ever seen, and that’s really saying something for a desktop industry that’s tried just about every look twice.
Engaget recently tested this cardboard computer, finding that it works as a computer but regular stuff like putting the power supply in makes the cardboard start to come apart, so structurally this thing is ultra fragile

There’s certainly a bit of a premium cost here for what you’re getting: you can get a Linux-based 2.2GHz Athlon X2 for $500 (about double what you might pay for a regular version of these specs), or a 2.8GHz Athlon II Quad Core-based Windows 7 system for $1,000 (again, about double), or you can go for the $200 DIY kit with a 400W power supply. Still, you can’t argue with the aesthetic statement and the “greener than thou” cachet. I bet Apple would never do this!!!