Human Implantable Chips: The future of human interface | Jarkable
That faint glow in your hand? It's an implantable chip. Your new key to access anything in your world. Companies and even your local watering hole are beginning to use these chips with their employees and consumers in an attempt to simplify business. But there are ethical and security consequences that come with this technology. Does the risk outweigh the reward? #jarkable
The Dad Tax Guide to Setting up a Plex Server [On CentOS] - The Dad Tax - A Dad Blog
When I installed Plex on CentOS there was not one guide to get me through the process. I decided to create the Dad Tax Guide to Setting Up Plex on CentOS 7
The Best Case Mods of CES 2015 - Page 3 of 3 - ThinkComputers.org
CES is a great place for companies to show off their products. What a better way to draw attention to their products by having them in a custom build or case mod. This year at CES we saw quite a lot of different case mods and some that really impressed us. So without further ado we present to you the Best Case Mods of 2015 gallery! Enjoy!
CES 2018: корпус Thermaltake Level 20 с модульным дизайном
Компания Thermaltake показала компьютерный корпус Level 20 для энтузиастов: новинка демонстрируется на выставке CES 2018, которая в настоящее время проходит в Лас-Вегасе (Невада, США).
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Have you ever thought of a world where LED bulbs communicate data? Well, this could be a reality in the near future. LiFi, a fresh, new wireless visible light communication technology, employs LED bulbs for data sharing. This networking wonder, invented by Harold Haas, can transfer data up to 100 times faster than that of WiFi implementations. Compared to WiFi, that uses radio frequency waves, LiFi does not exhibit any electromagnetic interference. LiFi can be used in denser medium like sea…
Case Mod Friday: Black Tone - ThinkComputers.org
This week's build comes from akmod. He tells us that this is his first custom water cooling build. We'll he sure did a great job! The build is inside a Caselabs SMA8 case, which is basically built for water cooling. The build is called "Black Tone" and you can see why, he has gone with pretty much all black components as well as black hard-tubing. Be sure to check this build out! Quite good for a first time build!
Turn your $60 router into a $600 router
Of all the great DIY projects at this year's Maker Faire, the one project that really caught my eye involved converting a regular old $60 router into a powerful, highly configurable $600 router. The router has an interesting history, but all you really need to know is that the special sauce lies in embedding Linux in your router. I found this project especially attractive because: 1) It's easy, and 2) it's totally free.