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Photo Tip: Nikon fixes photo metadata glitch

The Nikon CoolPix S10 6.0 MegaPixel Camera is only one of the uber-cool digital masterpieces from Nikon!Nikon has fixed a problem in software that caused problems with photos that people labeled and ranked using Windows Vista and the Microsoft Photo Info tool.

The camera maker published new codec software on its Web site that lets the Microsoft software understand its cameras’ “raw” images, those taken directly from the image sensor without in-camera processing.

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Launch of AppleTV Delayed…Why Not Buy a Windows Media PC?

AppleTV is delayed...Systemax Home theater PCs are Not. Read On To Get The Scoop.Launch of AppleTV Device Delayed
Computer and entertainment devices maker Apple Inc. will delay until mid-March its Apple TV device for playing computer-based video on television sets, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

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Circuit Cellar: The resource guidebook for hands-on embedded systems design engineers

Circuit CellarCircuit Cellar magazine delivers hands-on embedded systems application articles straight from design engineers in the field.

This truly is a publication for professionals and serious electronic enthusiasts who want to know how the other guy would handle design challenges new and old alike. Editorial content includes schematics, source code, and honest opinions.

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Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of February 19, 2007

Medival Muslim Artists and Mathematicians may have had a grasp of Geometry not seen again until the 1970s...Medival Muslims Made Stunning Math Breakthrough
Magnificently sophisticated geometric patterns in medieval Islamic architecture indicate their designers achieved a mathematical breakthrough 500 years earlier than Western scholars, scientists said on Thursday.

By the 15th century, decorative tile patterns on these masterpieces of Islamic architecture reached such complexity that a small number boasted what seem to be “quasicrystalline” designs, Harvard University’s Peter Lu and Princeton University’s Paul Steinhardt wrote in the journal Science.

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iPods and Excercise Machines?

iPods will make working out more entertaining...if not any easier.Your workout at the gym isn’t going to be any less painful. But the world’s leading commercial provider of exercise equipment might at least help make the session on a stair-climber or treadmill more entertaining.

Life Fitness, a division of Brunswick Corp., says it plans to offer seamless integration with Apple Inc.’s iPod players in upcoming products.

The new fitness machines, equipped with liquid-crystal display touchscreens, will allow users

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Little Startup Might Make for E-Parking

Spotscout may very well change the way we pay, search, and fight (be honest) for parking spaces!

A startup company is betting it can chip away at parking woes and transform the search for parking just as eBay Inc. changed auctions.

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Two Largest Satellite Radio Companies to Merge

Sirius Satellite Radio boasts commercial free, genre specific music and radio stations.The two main U.S. satellite radio providers, Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio on Monday said they would merge in a stock-for-stock deal, a move that has been long expected in the young industry.

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Windows Vista Tip Of The Day: Tab Browsing

Another informative installment in our series, Windows Vista Tip Of The Day!Join Our Sr. Editor Lonny Paul as he explores another helpful aspect of Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows Vista! Browsing Can be fun, productive, even lucerative. But it can also be confusing: check out how the new Vista has largely solved these problems.

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Video: Get Your LCD Monitor Off Terra Firma!

With the Ergotron LX Desk Mount, you’ll experience viewing comfort that’s generated by CF, Ergotron’s revolutionary Constant Force lift and pivot motion technology. These aren’t just for workplace installations. Lonny Will show you how easy to install and beneficial these handy LCD accessories really are. Effortlessly lift, swing, tilt or retract your LCD display. Enjoy greater versatility and productivity, especially in multiple user/observer situations like showrooms and brainstorming sessions.

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Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of February 12, 2007

Diggers near a world famous shrine in Jerusalem have angered the Muslim community in Isreal and abroadWebcams broadcast Israeli dig near Jerusalem shrine
Israel has installed Internet cameras near an archaeological excavation close to a Jerusalem shrine that had sparked Muslim protests, in a bid to show the work does not harm the holy site, officials said on Thursday.

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