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Hasselblad launches new CFV-50c CMOS back for V System photographers


The new CFV-50c, which will have an €11,000 price tag, is engineered to work on almost every V camera made by the company since 1957. 259 more words


Cocky German Soccer Team Loses To Australia

Still on an unnatural natural high after their nation’s recent World Cup championship victory over Argentina in Brazil, an overconfident team of German robots has lost miserably to Australia 5-1 in the RoboCup 2014 final. 48 more words


Tango with the Tiger

Last weekend, the Seattle Times ran two opposing op-eds on the Amazon/Hachette contretemps. Frank Schaeffer wrote in favor of Amazon, while Nina Laden countered in favor of Hachette, creating a “debate” of sorts. 723 more words


Tableta Nvidia Shield, pentru că… Jocuri!

Nvidia, o companie de obicei cunoscută pentru cardurile sale grafice și procesoarele mobile, a lansat marți o tabletă numită Shield, împreună cu un controler wireless și concepută special pentru gameri. 298 more words

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¿Cómo se transporta un cajero automático?

Análisis de Javier Taboada, Director General de Metrotech (Grupo Maitsa), publicado en Blog Metrotech

España es el país europeo con mayor número de cajeros automáticos en entidades financieras. 1,164 more words

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Hasselblad launches two new Lunar Limited Edition cameras


You’ll have to move fast as iconic camera maker Hasselblad – famous for engineering some of the most advanced cameras on the planet and also for being the camera of choice for NASA’s moon astronauts – is offering a special Lunar Limited Edition model with a total production run of just four hundred. 352 more words


Flying the Flag for Newbury Business

June 9th, 2014

At Nick Clegg’s recent keynote speech in London today Judith Bunting asked what the government could do to further encourage the development of our science, technology and research industries of the M4 Corridor. 270 more words

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