Odd sci-fi novel emerging in Reddit comments

An anonymous author seems to be inventing a whole new way to publish a novel: not in book form, or even ebook form, but in the comments section of random posts at Reddit.

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Computex 2016 highlights: Home robot, razor-thin MacBook clone, and a gorgeous 3D printer

Some slick designs and novel computers headlined Computex 2016 in Taipei this week.

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CES: Sony debuts high-tech turntable, super-thin TVs, 4K video camera

Sony tried to wow CES 2016 attendees Tuesday night with a novel turntable, a new video camera, and an ultra-thin big-screen TV.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/06/ces-sony-debuts-high-tech-turntable-super-thin-tvs-4k-video-camera.html

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Apple invents natural tap-based gesture input for nudging onscreen objects, selecting text

A patent granted to Apple on Tuesday reveals a novel mode of mobile device gesture input that turns taps detected on non-touchscreen surfaces, like the side of an iPhone, into granular on-screen controls.

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ShowStoppers @ CES highlights industry focus on home automation

This year’s ShowStoppers @ CES event was chock-full of new and novel products marketed across a range of tech segments, but the main theme centered around smart home products, with startups showing off everything from LED light bulbs to ambitious “Internet of Things” solutions.

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By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desk

Optalysys optical computing: Multiple lasers, firing through multiple liquid crystal grids
Optalysys, a UK technology company, says it’s on-target to demonstrate a novel optical computer, which performs calculations at the speed of light, in January 2015. If all goes to plan, Optalysys says its tech — which is really unlike anything you’ve ever heard of before — can put an exascale supercomputer on your desk by 2020.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/187746-by-2020-you-could-have-an-exascale-speed-of-light-optical-computer-on-your-desk

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Bounden delays iOS to Android port after finding many Google phones' gyroscopes don't work

Game Oven, the developer of Bounden, a novel dancing app making use of iPhone’s gyroscope, has delayed its planned Android port after finding that even top tier devices using Google’s platform have defective, inconsistent and in some cases completely faked gyroscope hardware.

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