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Machine Vision: How a Simple Hardware Hack Could Replace Thousands of Lines of Code

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Signing out One Last Time

Today is the last day that I\ll be doing the news on Hardocp and I just wanted to tell everyone that it was an honor to be allowed into your workplaces and homes through a few humbly written articles. I hope that my writings brought a little joy and happ (hardocp)

Sleep and aging: Two sides of one coin?

A link has been identified between oxidative stress, which has previously been linked to aging and neurodegeneration, and sleep. Oxidative stress activates neurons that control sleep function. The findings could help in the development of treatments for s (feedproxy.google)

Police Officers In Berlin Had To Break Up Fight Between Supporters of Two Rival YouTubers

More than 100 police officers were deployed to break up a mass brawl reportedly organized by two rival YouTube stars in Berlin. The BBC reports: The fight broke out on Thursday evening on Alexanderplatz square in the German capital, police said, adding th (rss.slashdot)

Science has a problem. Here is how you can help.

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TypeScript's Quiet, Steady Rise Among Programming Languages

Microsoft's programming language TypeScript has become one of the most popular languages among developers, at least according to a report published by the analyst firm RedMonk this week. Wired: TypeScript jumped from number 16 to number 12, just behind Ap (rss.slashdot)

Debian members afraid to make or propose change, says leadership contender

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Photographers walking backwards ? and falling over (study)

It?s a staple gag for any slapstick movie. Trying for a wider shot, a photographer walks backwards (without looking) and trips over something. Amusing perhaps, but on occasions dangerous too. Odd then, that in the academic literature on safety and ergonom (feedproxy.google)

5 IoT Projects You Can Do Yourself on a Raspberry Pi

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Bootstraping a minimal Arch Linux image

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Why we need a modern origin story today

Big history is the story about how the world came to be as it is. Now, as we need to manage the entire planet, we need to know an origin story more than ever. (sciencenordic)

Best laptops, desktops and tablets for creatives in 2019 - CNET

A place to start when you're overwhelmed by choices. (feedproxy.google)

Microsoft profit slumps a bit

Software King of the World Microsoft slightly missed Wall Street& (techeye)

Windows 10 Calculator Will Soon Be Able To Graph Math Equations

Earlier this month, Microsoft made the source code for its Windows calculator available on GitHub. This has spurred developers to add new features to the app, like a new graphing mode that will make its way to the official Windows Calculator app. The 'Gra (rss.slashdot)

Loneliness Is Harmful to Our Nation's Health

Research underscores the role of social isolation in disease and mortality-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com (rss.sciam)

Lithuanian Pleads Guilty To Stealing $100 Million From Google, Facebook

schwit1 writes: Evaldas Rimasauskas, a Lithuanian citizen, concocted a brazen scheme that allowed him to bilk Facebook and Google out of more than $100 million. The crime defrauded Google of $23 million and Facebook of $99 million. Rimasauskas committed t (rss.slashdot)

Epic CEO says 'gamers don't see' all the ways the Epic Games Store is helping the industry

'Ultimately, this is about making the industry a better place' (gamesradar)

Captain Marvel postcredits scenes, explained - CNET

The first one is a doozy. The second one, cute. (feedproxy.google)

Do Rocks Contain Traces of Dark Matter?

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Dayton's skinny tower speaker delivers heavyweight sound, for $228 per pair - CNET

The Dayton Audio MK442T isn't very big, but it manages to rustle up a surprisingly rich sound. (feedproxy.google)

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