The brain of a famous patient known only as E.P., whose complete inability to form new memories puzzled researchers for nearly two decades, has now been analyzed
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I’d wager that most of you reading this didn’t make it out to Austin for SXSW, and even fewer of you still have ever gotten some hands-on time with Google’s ambitious Glass project. On the off chance that you’ve been spending these past few weeks agonizing over all the juicy Glass tidbits you missed out on by not being there, you can rest easy — Google has posted the full video of its 50 minute Glass session on YouTube.
How quickly things can change, especially in the world of technology. Giants rise and quickly fall. Those who can’t adapt are left in the dust. These 12 companies innovated their way to the top but failed to reinvent themselves once they got there.
The Internet shutdown in Syria probably took very little to accomplish considering the country’s limited Internet infrastructure and international connectivity, network analysts said Friday.
HTC wasn’t too popular when they denied Desire HD owners a hearty mouthful of Ice Cream Sandwich, but as usual, the community over at XDA Developers has stepped up to make it happen. Despite HTC claiming various technical issues as barriers for the upgrade, Team Blackout’s Android 4.0.4 build (aka Blackout ICS Incredible) is said to work perfectly on the device. The complete ROM is based on an ICS build for the Incredible S, and it requires you sacrifice your data in a full wipe before you can enjoy that Sense 3.6 UI. However, if you’ve got the knowledge to take advantage of this gift, you probably know how to backup all those bytes anyway. Hungry? Then head over to the source for your desirable dessert.
For the eight millionaires who’ve been watching the pre-release of Killer Elite on their in-home Christie CP2230, we’ve got exemplary news for you: your already-amazing image quality is about to get even better. The same projector that was chosen to reside in the Academy Theater at Lighthouse International in New York City — and the same one that remains mysteriously devoid of an MSRP across the world wide web — now has a similarly sticker-less upgrade kit to consider. The Christie 4K upgrade package includes an entire 4K light engine assembly (replete with a trio of 1.38-inch TI 4K DMDs), an integrator rod assembly and an upgrade label. Yeah, a label. It’s like that. Hit the source links for the requisite phone numbers, or better yet, just forward the whole thing to your butler.