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This is Bristol, a healthy two year old stray with Portal eyes up for adoption by the Wake County Animal Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. Some @$ $ holes painted her. This is the only picture of her, but be careful looking through the other adoption photos unless you’re looking for a good cry because they quickly turned into that Sarah McLachlan ASPCA commercial. *sobbing* I want them all — I’LL TAKE THEM ALL.
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This is a $ 5 sleep mask from Archee McPhee that makes it look like you have big old googly anime peepers. Unless you’re the woman in the picture, then it makes you look like you’re Lindsay Lohan passed out with her eyes open. Always dreamed of making sweet, 2-D love to the chicks from your favorite anime series? Just ask your girlfriend to wear one and role play! “Girlfriend?” Right, put it on your love doll.
Thanks to PYY, who told me if you fall asleep with a sleep mask on and earplugs in you’ll wake up thinking you’re dead. I’m going to try it!
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Notion Ink’s first generation Adam tablet was an undoubtedly intriguing, but fairly flawed device. But while the company offered the promise of fixing up some of those concerns with gen two, we haven’t heard all that much about the device since we saw a profile pic much earlier this year. Ever the tease, the company’s site is offering up a little more of the device. All that you’re getting this time out is a blurry corner and a chipper “Hello world” greeting. More soon. We hope.
Google must be feeling the pinch from developers like Foursquare who’ve jumped ship from Google Maps in opposition to costs, as it just cut the price of heavy Maps API use in a big, big way. Where it used to cost $ 4 for every 1,000 map hits beyond a 25,000 daily limit, the company is now charging as little as $ 1 in addition to eliminating the lower usage cap for app writers who tweak the map look. The olive branch won’t make Apple change its mind, of course, but Google clearly isn’t keen on anyone else using the price tag as an incentive to join the exodus. Mountain View is no doubt eager to keep as many mobile and web app developers on its side as it can — with Google I/O just around the corner, it wouldn’t do to have customers leaving at the very moment Google is trying to rally support for a big Maps update.
Been wondering when the next big leap in high performance computing would hit? Well, Intel would like you to believe the time is now and the name of that revolution is the Xeon Phi. Formerly codenamed Knights Corner, the Many Integrated Core product is pushing the field of supercomputers into the era of the exaflop by squeezing a teraflop of performance into a package small enough to plug into a PCIe slot. The Phi brand will, at first at least, be applied to specialized coprocessors designed for highly parallel tasks. The chips are built using Intel’s 22nm manufacturing process and 3-D TriGate transistors, piling in more that 50 cores in an effort to combat the inroads made by GPU companies like NVIDIA in the supercomputing space. For more info check out the presentation (PDF) and blog post at the source links.
Takara Tomy’s i-SODOG might not be as intimidating as other robotic quadrupeds, but it sure is a charmer. Freshly unveiled at the Tokyo International Toy Show, the puppy comes laden with touch sensors, 15 custom servos and a microphone, letting its master command it with up to 50 unique voice cues. The mechanical mutt’s mind packs some basic artificial intelligence as well, allowing it to learn and modify its behavior based on the user’s commands. If the pup flunks out of digital dog training, however, its owner can always assume control directly with the i-SODOG iOS / Android app or from a dedicated controller. Fido’s chasing a Spring 2013 release for 31,500 yen ($ 400), but there’s no word on a release outside of Japan. In the meantime, a video of the plastic pooch in action awaits you after the break.
Question by stillkickin242: Is reading books on the ipad rough on the eyes like reading a computer screen? I have been playing around with the idea of getting and ipad which I would use as an e-reader (and other things). I’m worried that reading off the ipad would be just like reading off of a computer screen because its so bright. For those of you with an ipad, how is it reading of the device as opposed to a kindle or other e-reader?
Answer by Walid BourjalAn Ipad is like reading off a computer screen. I usually set it to the lowest brighness before I read.
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