Friday, 21 September 2012

[TechRepublic] What is the only major Emmy the Star Trek franchise ever won?

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Geek Trivia: What is the only major Emmy award the Star Trek franchise ever won?

In the nearly 50 years that Star Trek has been on the air, only once has any Star Trek show won a non-technical Emmy award. Read more

Dragon*Con 2012: Cutest costumes

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TechLines: Join Larry Dignan, NASA, Ford, IBM & T-Mobile LIVE In NYC

Drowning in big data? Join Larry Dignan, Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet, live in our studio audience as NASA, Ford, IBM and T-Mobile debate in "TechLines: Big Data Debunked - Finding The Data Signals", New York City on October 4, 2012.


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Deconstruct for GOOD contest turns electronic detritus into treasure

Ken Swallow, the first place winner of this year's Deconstruct for GOOD e-waste recycling contest, rebuilt an old laptop and PC into the Millennium Falcon. Read about the other winning entries. Read more

October 2012 Geekend movie rundown

The seven sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and generally geek-related flicks that will hit U.S. cinemas in October of 2012. Read more

Kindle Fire HD teardown reveals repair-ready tablet with minor annoyances

Bill Detwiler disassembles the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and shows you why it's easy to crack open and how it compares to the Nexus 7 and Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Read more


Featured multimedia

 

Raspberry Pi and Beer: A match made in heaven

Bought a Raspberry Pi? Like beer? Then you have to check out this Pi-powered attempt to apply science to the dark art of brewing. View on site

Dragon*Con 2012: Most unusual costumes

Dragon*Con was held in Atlanta, GA, on Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, 2012. Take a look at some of the most unusual costumes from this year's event. View on site

Tech Troopers: Recreating iconic images from the life of Bill Gates

Star Wars fans, check out the Tech Troopers as they recreate iconic images from the life of Bill Gates. View on site

MakerBot unveils Manhattan store, new Replicator 2 3D printer (pictures)

Brooklyn, NY-based MakerBot has a new 3D printer on sale, and a new store to sell it in. View on site



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Why Native Windows Defragmentation Isn't Enough (Condusiv Technologies)

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Unlocking the enterprise cloud (Rackspace)


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Sci-fi rant: When did Star Wars jump the shark?

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