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Tech Talk for the Holidays

On Episode 27 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking about technology in time for the holidays! We discuss how often companies should update technology and how to get the best deals when shopping for products.

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50 Years of visionary Sci Fi Computer Interface Design

50 Years of visionary Sci Fi Computer Interface Design Science fiction imagines the future. This amazing infographic brings together 50 years of SciFi in movies and shows us how our imagination leads us into the future of computer interface design. Enjoy! 930 pixels wide: 50 Years of visionary Sci Fi Computer Interface Design 550 pixels wide: 50 Years of visionary Sci Fi Computer Interface Design Science Fiction is a fantastic lens through which we can look at our understanding of technology and our vision for its future. Just like real technology, science fiction goes out of date too. That makes Sci Fi particularly useful to compare with real technology in order to understand the direction and pace of travel. It’s not a simple picture. Technologies are layered and mature at different speeds. There…

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HummingBoard Looks Like a Raspberry Pi but Packs in More Power

A new computer called the “HummingBoard” takes on the same basic shape as the Raspberry Pi but uses a more powerful processor and supports more operating systems. SolidRun, which also makes the CuBox-i computer we wrote about, just started selling the HummingBoard in several configurations ranging from $45 to $100, not including the price of a power adapter and Micro SD card. “The HummingBoard allows you to run many open source operating systems such as Ubuntu, Debian, and Arch, as well as Android and XBMC,” SolidRun says. “With its core technology based on SolidRun’s state-of-the-art Micro System on a Module (MicroSOM), it has ready-to-use OS images, and its open hardware comes with full schematics and layout. Best of …

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“HummingBoard” looks like a Raspberry Pi but packs in more power

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