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Computer Algorithm Does Not Play Mario, It Solves Mario

Computer Algorithm Does Not Play Mario, It Solves Mario

The Mario AI Competition “is about learning, or otherwise developing, the best controller (agent) for a version of Super Mario Bros.” Programmers have to come up with AI that can solve a “heavily modified version” of…

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Apple Tablet Pc Pics, Specs, Price and Release Date Speculation

Apple Tablet Pc Pics, Specs, Price and Release Date Speculation

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last month, tech geeks all around the world have been speculating salivating about the impending announcement of a Apple’s tablet computer, currently rumored to be called the…

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Mighty Mini Boom Box and Amp Speakers May be Tiny, but They’Re Strong

Mighty Mini Boom Box and Amp Speakers May be Tiny, but They’Re Strong

These tiny speakers may be Mini, but they’re supposed to sound Mighty. Both the mini boom box and guitar amp speakers are small enough to fit on your keychain, but the guys who make them say…

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Rockmelt, a Facebook-Integrated Browser: Wtf or Ftw?

Rockmelt, a Facebook-Integrated Browser: Wtf or Ftw?

Internet Explorer is still the world’s most popular internet browser, but its market share has dropped because of sweet alternatives like Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. And if ReadWriteWeb‘s “reputable sources” are to be believed, a…

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Genetically Engineered Pigs Could be Harvested for Human Organ Transplants – Still No Spiderpig

Genetically Engineered Pigs Could be Harvested for Human Organ Transplants – Still No Spiderpig

Sorry Homer. But what’s important is that a group of Korean scientists have successfully produced a genetically engineered pig whose organs could be compatible with the human body. Chung Nam University’s Jin Dong-il and local bio-tech…

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Rotgutonix Booze Detector: Good Whiskey or Bad Moonshine?

Rotgutonix Booze Detector: Good Whiskey or Bad Moonshine?

Next time somebody serves you a glass of mystery booze at a cocktail party, whip out the Rotgutonix pen, and find out what you’re really drinking. Just dip the Rotgutonix pen into a glass of alcohol…

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Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete

Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete

When I was in grade school, crayons served as our introduction to the art of one-upmanship – you have a box of 8? Well your seatmate has a box of 16! So you tell your mom…

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Selfic Cube 7100: Like a Tiny Black Box Recorder for Your Car

Selfic Cube 7100: Like a Tiny Black Box Recorder for Your Car

Nobody wants to get in a car crash. But if you have the misfortune of ending up in a fender-bender – or worse, wouldn’t you like to have a video documenting the entire thing for insurance…

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Wii Bicycle Pedal Accessory on the Way? Bike Your Way to Fitness

Wii Bicycle Pedal Accessory on the Way? Bike Your Way to Fitness

Is the Nintendo Wii going to get a recumbent bike peripheral sometime soon? From the looks of this leaked marketing slide spotted over on NeoGAF (along with another for a rumored Wii Fit Plus) it sure…

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Apple Sneaks in Anti-Glare Option for 15-Inch Macbook Pro

Apple Sneaks in Anti-Glare Option for 15-Inch Macbook Pro

Yep, people who buy the 15-inch Macbook Pro now have the option to ditch the glossy display for one with an anti-glare coating. As with the 17-inch Macbook Pro, the anti-glare coating costs an extra $50…

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Paper Beats Computer: Scientists Hack Voting Machine

Paper Beats Computer: Scientists Hack Voting Machine

The man in the picture below is UC San Diego Computer Science Ph.D. student Stephen Checkoway. In his hands is a printout that proves that his team’s “return-oriented programming” exploit was successfully able to steal votes…

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Pocket HD Camcorders Round Up From the Past: Chris Pirillo Overload

Pocket HD Camcorders Round Up From the Past: Chris Pirillo Overload

It seems that what people want nowadays are rectangular camcorders that can capture 720p video. Not one to question thousands of paying customers, Creative is reeling in its share of the HD – and YouTube –…

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Mini Arcade Cabinets for Your Neo Geo Fix

Mini Arcade Cabinets for Your Neo Geo Fix

If you’re not turning your old gaming consoles into miniature arcade cabinets, then you need to get on that business. Just look at this hotness. It is undeniable. pocket_lucho is no stranger to making mini arcade…

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Alessi Daytimer OLED Watch: Chunky Funky Digital Time

Alessi Daytimer OLED Watch: Chunky Funky Digital Time

It’s been a while since we featured a cool digital watch here on technabob. That’s not for lack of trying – I just haven’t seen anything particularly different in a while. So I was happy when…

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Optoma Hd20 Projector: 120 Inches of Hi-Def for $1000! *Head Asplodes*

Optoma Hd20 Projector: 120 Inches of Hi-Def for $1000! *Head Asplodes*

Back in 2007 Optoma released the HD80 1080p projector. It’s initial price was a whopping $3,000 (USD), but actually it was one of the cheapest in its class. Think about that for a moment. Now think…

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Chinese Farmer Makes DIY Helicopter, Killjoy Government Bans Him From Flying for ‘Safety Reasons’

Chinese Farmer Makes DIY Helicopter, Killjoy Government Bans Him From Flying for ‘Safety Reasons’

As a child, 20-year old Wu Zhongyuan dreamed of owning a flying machine. It seems that in his hometown Luoyang, in central China’s Henan province, some people, including him, had to “climb mountains” to get to…

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