Best Laptops for Video Editing

Dell XPS 15 Video Editing laptops

While dedicated workstations are still the most efficient machines for video production, it’s now quite common for editors to use laptops to get work done; here are the best ones to buy.

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Commerce Dept Signs Up Private Sector IT Partners


The U.S. Commerce Department recently launched a new effort to jump-start more efficient ways to manage the vast amounts of data that reside within the federal government and put it to productive use. The National Technical Information Service, a unit within the department, is leading the effort. NTIS has selected 35 joint venture partners, or JVPs, to support the program.
The department’s aims not only to improve data management by federal agencies, but also to facilitate the generation and sharing of data within the federal government.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84069.html?rss=1

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Carrizo vs. Kaveri: Which low-end AMD CPU is a better buy?

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When AMD launched Carrizo, it declared the new chip would be a triumph of efficient performance. Now that the core is available to compare in desktops against Kaveri, how do things stack up?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/231872-carrizo-vs-kaveri-which-low-end-amd-cpu-is-a-better-buy

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How to build real lightsaber

Even though laser technology is continuously striding toward more efficient and practical machines, we are still miles away from a working lightsaber.


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Apple investigating 3D color printer technology

Article Image An Apple patent application published on Thursday reveals research on efficient and cost-effective full color 3D printing which, if marketed by Apple, would take rapid prototyping technology mainstream.

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Smart new Gmail Inbox feature replies to your emails automatically

Google is introducing a brand-new smart feature to make email even more efficient. Called Smart Replies and available on Inbox by Gmail, the new feature will help you issue fast, personalized responses to emails as they come in.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/11/03/smart-new-gmail-inbox-feature-replies-to-your-emails-automatically.html

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Apple partner TSMC to mass produce 10nm chips by early 2017, on pace to beat Intel

The race to make smaller and more efficient mobile processors continues, with iPhone chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. revealing it remains on track to mass produce its first 10-nanometer FinFET processors by early 2017 — a timeframe that would put it ahead of rival Intel.

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The best laptops for video editing: Which portable powerhouse should you buy?

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While dedicated workstations are still the most efficient machines for video production, it’s now quite common for editors to use laptops to get work done; here are the best ones to buy.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/167156-the-best-laptops-for-video-editing

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New graphene display creates LEDs at an atomic level

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New graphene displays could pave the way for ultra-thin, incredibly durable, and highly efficient LCD technology — even at this early state of development.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/198773-new-graphene-display-creates-leds-at-an-atomic-level

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DARPA's Silicon "System On A Chip" Is Pretty

DARPA ELASTx Microchip
ELASTx stands for “Efficient Linearized All-Silicon Transmitter ICs”
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The future of silicon transmitters looks a lot like an 8-bit adventure game. Developed by DARPA, the Efficient Linearized All-Silicon Transmitter ICs (ELASTx) is a complete, all-on-one chip system that operates at 94 gigahertz. This means it transmits in the millimeter-wave frequencies, which are a relatively untapped part of the electromagnetic spectrum that’s particularly useful for radar, guidance systems, and other military tech. It’s the first time those frequencies have been achieved on a silicon-only chip, which is lighter and cheaper than the gallium-based alternatives.

Essentially, the ELASTx chip boosts the power of transmitted signals, to deliver large amounts of data at fast speeds. Satellites, especially, could take advantage of this breakthrough because of its high power and miniscule weight. The transmitter can also change the frequencies it uses, so it can communicate across different types of waves.

The original article can be found here: http://www.popsci.com/article/gadgets/darpas-silicon-system-chip-pretty

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