29 Results for

Drizzle

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Saturn's blings: Diamonds may float in the planet's atmosphere

Researchers believe diamond rain and hail are present on Jupiter and Saturn, and that future generations could send robots to harvest such precious precipitation.

By October 18, 2013

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Most expensive Starbucks drink in the world?

You think you paid a lot for your venti mocha latte today? Wait til you see how much one computer technician shelled out for a cup.

By February 15, 2012

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Drizzle some sweetness with silicone

Honey is notoriously hard to get out of the jar without making a mess. With the Honey Jar with Silicone Spoon, however, you can drizzle honey without getting yourself in a sticky situation.

By November 19, 2009

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PC manufacturers seek shelter from Vista's drizzle

PC manufacturers are trying to turn Vista into something more than Microsoft, but they're failing, and would find more success with Linux.

By August 27, 2008

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MySQL forks itself with Drizzle

The right to fork is a cardinal right in open source. Most don't exercise it against themselves, however.

By July 23, 2008

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iPhone water-damage indicators leave users seeing red

The BBC reports broken iPhones are being denied repairs under warranty because their moisture sensors have been tripped due to daily use

By June 10, 2010

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MySQL's new best friend forever? Oracle

As Oracle bolsters MySQL development community with engineering and support resources, MySQL may be better able to fend off competition from the NoSQL movement.

By March 22, 2010

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A spoon that's supposed to drip

The RSVP Endurance Drizzle Spoon is designed with drizzling in mind--for those times when you mean to drip sauce.

By October 24, 2009

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Amazon's move mocks EU's fear of Oracle

Amazon.com's fork of the MySQL database suggests that competition is alive and well, regardless of Oracle's desire to buy Sun or of the European Commission.

By November 4, 2009

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Find your g-Spout

It's a kitchen strainer, people. Get your heads out of the gutter.

By October 29, 2009