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d-can

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Independence Day 3D canned, reports say

Independence Day 3D has been cancelled, but are 3D movies still going strong? We look at what's on the horizon.

By November 21, 2012

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D-Can: The camera of the future

Is it time to rethink the form factor of cameras? One designer thinks so. Check out his concept here.

By February 21, 2012

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OSS 3D can cause unexpected application quits

OSS 3D can cause unexpected application quits

By October 13, 2006

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SIM card maker: Apple's design won standards effort

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute had earlier settled on the design for new SIM card, but didn't say whose design won. Now, at last, we know.

By June 4, 2012

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Crave 77: Is that a camera in your pants? (podcast)

The realms of fantasy and reality collide in this week's podcast, as video games become toys, DARPA turns to "Avatar" for inspiration, and podcasters are turned into Barbie dolls.

By February 21, 2012

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Keep your 20-sided dice, I have D&D on the Surface

Trading pencils and paper for virtual dice on Microsoft's multitouch tabletop computer speeds up famous role-playing game.

By February 10, 2010

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'Dungeons & Dragons' goes virtual

Call it one for the old-timers. A virtual version of D&D hopes to stoke the nostalgia and creativity of the original role-playing game. Images: D&D online

By November 14, 2005

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Intel tweaks Pentium D for servers

The company offers up its dual-core mainstream chip while its Xeon and Itanium cousins finish baking.

By July 8, 2005

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Vision Series: Computers replace petri dishes

One of five industries in the throes of a tech metamorphosis, the life sciences field is hoping information technology can help it deal with an explosion of data and a rush for new pharmaceuticals.

By June 2, 2003

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Game's not over for graphics chips

As ATI and Nvidia compete for the attention of PC hot-rodders, smaller chipmakers are finding opportunities in the middle of the market.

By July 19, 2002