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Google sources have backed away from earlier projections that the company's Glass wearable computer would ship later this year.
Intel wants to create a virtual cable service that would bundle TV channels for subscribers. But cable providers are expected to put up a fight.
Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Margaret Hodge, has questioned why the BBC's chief technology officer, John Linwood, has been the only person suspended over a failed £98 million digital project, claiming that more than one BBC manager was to blame.
A research team led by Bell Labs' Xiang Liu has published an article in Nature describing a way to send and receive information at 400 gigabits per second across 12,800km of optical fiber – an enormous potential gain of both speed and effective distance compared to current technology.
The company producing a 3D-printable gun today test fired it successfully, demonstrating the viability of the technology that would allow anyone with a printer and special resin toner to make their own weapons.
3D television programming may be out before it was ever in, according to industry analysts. In fact, the BBC just cancelled its 3D programming indefinitely.
Just a month after a top Google executive said Glass wouldn't be officially released for another year, sources say the computerized eyeglasses actually should ship by the end of this year.
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