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When Pinterest unveiled its big redesign last month, it took the sort of gamble on feature trade-offs that we’ve seen before: some big leaps forward at the expense of a few leaps back. Much to the relief of many, the company is already doing what it can to restore what was lost while still forging ahead. Veteran users can once again see pins they’ve just posted, mention friends and find would-be contacts on Facebook on Twitter. As for the less nostalgic among us? The progress isn’t as dramatic, but it’s there: Pinterest has reworked notifications to show their history, and searches now include as-you-type keyword suggestions. More updates are on the way, including notifications for new pins, so we wouldn’t worry that Pinterest is spending most of its time mending broken fences.
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Congress Revives Zombie Light Bulbs as Energy Dept. Funds New Tech
Likewise, the 3rd award of $ 800000 went to k-Space Associates of Dexter, Michigan, for the development of a measuring tool for a high-precision production process for OLED (organic light emitting diode) modern technology. OLEDs are semiconductor devices …
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Panasonic: OLED TV cost won ' t fall to LCD level soon
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan ' s Panasonic Corp does not anticipate costs of its following generation OLED (organic light emitting diode) televisions to be up to levels seen for LCD televisions for a substantial time, its brand-new president informed reporters on Thursday.
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Report: Samsung, LG display tech leaked
Samsung and LG Electronics have actually suffered a blow in safeguarding their proprietary AMOLED (active-matrix natural light-emitting diode) and white OLED (organic light-emitting diode) modern technologies, after staff members from an Israeli assessment equipment …
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Microsoft has resuscitated Visual Studio Express for Windows Desktop, a few weeks after deciding to bump it off. The company had wanted to push developers onto the $ 400 professional edition of the software, but a volley of complaints forced the climbdown. When it arrives in the fall, it’ll let hobbyists, beginners and open-source coders create desktop and command-line applications… for free!
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When a beloved console like the Sega Dreamcast rises from the ashes it’s not a huge surprise, but we never thought we’d see the day when the homebrew community would unearth Nintendo’s Virtual Boy. Behold: the Flashboy Plus, the second of two flash carts developed specifically to spur development for Nintendo’s original stereoscopic system, featuring a new backup battery (unlike the 2007 original) and a full 16Mbit of memory, reportedly enough to fit any one of the system’s 22 commercially released games. Since the battery only keeps one save state stored at a time and there’s no way to read the battery-backed memory, you’ll still have to finish one game before you start another, but at least this way you don’t lose your progress every time you shut the system off. Believe it or not, the first batch of 50 units has already been spoken for, but you haven’t necessarily missed out yet; €90 (about $113) is your ticket to an elite (read: tiny) virtual utopia of piracy and homebrew when the second set ships at year’s end.
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