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World Of Coffee – Episode 11

Check out the latest episode of this great show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIXwT7DA3ss&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Woolworths goes Google and iPad

Woolworths supermarket managers have a new tool to help with their daily tasks.

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The high costs of gaming in Australia

Gaming sure is a great hobby, but it sure gets expensive. Quickly.

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NASA to launch Android-powered nanosatellites

NASA is relying on a small team of engineers at its Ames Research Centre in the Bay Area’s Moffett Field to develop three nanosatellites powered by Android smartphones.

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DNA: the ultimate hard drive

When it comes to storing information, hard drives don’t hold a candle to DNA. Our genetic code packs billions of gigabytes into a single gram. A mere milligram of the molecule could encode the complete text of every book in the US Library of Congress and have plenty of room to spare. All of this has been mostly theoretical – until now. In a new study, researchers stored an entire genetics textbook in less than a picogram of DNA – one trillionth of a gram – an advance that could revolutionise our ability to save data.

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Metro Trains brings free wi-fi trial online

Metro Trains has kicked off a three-month trial of free wi-fi services at Melbourne’s Flinders Street Station.

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Science

Inception helmet creates alternative reality

Christopher Nolan’s 2010 blockbuster Inception is set in a distant future where military technology enables one to infiltrate and surreptitiously alter other people’s dreams. Leonardo Di Caprio plays Dom Cobb, an industrial spy tasked with planting an idea into the mind of a powerful businessman. The film has a complex, layered structure: Cobb and the other characters create dreams within dreams within dreams, but they cannot distinguish between reality and the dream states they fabricate.

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Digital storm on the horizon

Michael Fraser calls it the ”rubbish web”. That is the internet we will be left with in five to 10 years unless governments and cyber corporations fix the holes that allow criminals to infiltrate the world wide web and strip global citizens of their identity, money and dignity, he believes.

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World Of Coffee – Episode 10

Check out the latest episode of this great show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePOQx82oDtI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Senate passes ‘lite’ data retention laws

Law enforcement agencies will be able to force internet service providers to store data on subscribers under new legislation approved by the Senate today.

http://www.itnews.com.au/Article.aspx?CIID=312771&type=News