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(PhysOrg.com) -- You have spent the night out on the town and had a few drinks with friends. At the end of the evening, you figure you have only had a few drinks. You should be fine to drive right? While this is something that is heard in many bars throughout the country, there is now a new app designed to help you determine if you are indeed sober enough to be driving.
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Ultrabooks demoed at CES show the company has put a considerable effort into making the notebook fresh again.
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One of Redmond's longest-running lines gets reboot
(PhysOrg.com) -- Four years ago, the FCC began allowing limited use of the so-called white spaces in the electromagnetic spectrum that is shared by all wireless devices (in the United States). The white spaces highlighted by the FCC concerned bands of unused space within television broadcasts. Subsequently, Microsoft developed a database, called SenseLess that wireless devices could use to identify such white spaces. Now, Microsoft has gone a step further and is championing a new Wi-Fi standard that makes use of the database it created. Called WiFi-NC, (for narrow-channel) the new standard is based on using groups of radios and ...