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Cambridge Consultants unveils whitespace radio

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on January 7th, 2010

TV stations that broadcast on airwaves today each have what’s called whitespace between them. The whitespace is there to keep each broadcast from interfering with the ones next to it. There has been lots of talk about using this whitespace for other uses.

A company called Cambridge Consultants has unveiled a new radio at CES that can use the whitespace to stream HD video and other material around a home. The radio can operate on normal 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi bands and can also operate on the 600Mhz whitespace band between stations.

EVGA InterView 1700 Dual-Monitor System

Posted in monitors by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2009

EVGA InterView 1700 Dual-Monitor SystemThe InterView 1700 is the latest dual-monitor system from EVGA, targeted specially at business types for presentations, researchers, physicians, financial consultants or other creative professionals. The whole thing consists of two 17-inch LCD monitors that can be rotated 180 degrees vertically and folded 90 degrees horizontally.

Both monitors support a native resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels and feature an 8ms response time and 500:1 contrast ratio. The system also integrates a built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam, three USB ports and DVI connectivity.

Prism 200 system lets you see through walls

Posted in Radar by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

Prism 200 system lets you see through wallsThis cool new ultra wide band radar system was developed by UK based company Cambridge Consultants. Working like a pair of X-ray specs, it will let you see through walls. Sadly, only moving objects can be seen, but it can detect breathing movement and even a beating heart.

Happily, that should include bouncing breasts, you know, should someone be working out on the other side of the wall. I’d hate to miss them just because this system only sees moving objects. The software in Prism 200 allows the user to remotely observe the scene in a 3D view and you can do the usual rotate the room/building to whatever angle you like.

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LinkedIn Answers Gives Expert Business Advice

Posted in LinkedIn,News,Websites by Paul Patterson on January 21st, 2007

LinkedIn Answers Gives Expert Business AdviceGetting solid advice on tricky business matters isn’t always a simple feat. It can be difficult finding a trusted source or finding someone with the adequate experience to give you a confident answer.

LinkedIn, a business networking service that gives members access to jobs, people search, and other opportunities, has launched LinkedIn Answers to open up the knowledge of thousands of business veterans in over one hundred different industries.

As a LinkedIn user you can use LinkedIn Answers to leverage the power of your trusted professional network to receive business-related …



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