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Never Get Another Speeding Ticket with Ford's New Auto Software

Last week Ford Motors announced new software, called Intelligent Speed Limiter, that can help drivers automatically stay within the speed limit.

Intelligent Speed Limiter scans traffic signs with a camera mounted on the windshield to automatically set the maximum speed for the vehicle. 69 more words


This Week in Computer Hardware 308: OCZ Is Back. Kind of...

Hosts: Patrick Norton and Ryan Shrout

Silverstone Fortress FT05 enclosure review, OCZ Vector 180 SSD full capacity roundup, 3DMark API overhead feature test – early DX12 performance, SEC filing reveals NVIDIA uses Samsung for some manufacturing, Intel/Micron announce 3D NAND production with more than 10TB on a 2.5″ SSD, and more.


Bit by bit, Intel looks to quadruple SSD storage

With all the photos, videos, apps and tunes you have, the storage on your smartphone may not be enough. With that in mind, Intel is researching new ways to up the storage capacity in mobile devices and PCs without hurting the size or price of devices. 619 more words


Chefs Knife

Victorinox Swiss Army 8-Inch Fibrox Straight Edge Chef’s Knife

I found this knife on America’s Test kitchen site. They thoroughly tested it and it came out the best for the money… 172 more words

Chefs Knife

Nand2Tetris course is starting on Coursera

Nand2Tetris is a famous learning resource that teaches computing from the ground up, where the bottom brick that is used to build anything is the digital NAND port. 73 more words