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Avalon’s Video diary, it shows the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Avalon during the SAUC-E 2011, mid part of the video is the mechanical redesign of the rear compartment. Last section shows an typical demonstration of the autonomous skills. For more information please visit: www.dfki.de/robotics
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Some web purveyors make a huge fuss over having public WiFi. It’s not typically that they go out of their way to help you discover that WiFi, nonetheless, and that’s where CableVision’s just recently uploaded (however merely now recognized) Optimum WiFi Hotspot Finder comes in. If you are among the cable company’s Optimum Online customers, the currently iOS-only application will certainly pinpoint the 35,000 accessibility points that you can call a house away from residence. As we might expect, the application both finds hotspots nearby for an immediate fix or drills down to certain hotspots if you’re just that identified to find a dining establishment with an information pipe. The app and WiFi access are both complimentary– apart from that little matter of the cable account, of course– and will no doubt help iPad and iPhone managers for whom Optimum WiFi’s 15Mbps speed is an oasis in a sea of pokey 3G.
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Could this be a case of Baidu’s browser in Chrome’s clothing? The Wall Street Journal seems to think so and the Chinese company isn’t exactly dismissing the KIRF claims. Announced back in April, the recently beta-released Baidu Browser brings a “sleek, stripped-down interface” eerily reminiscent of Google’s web-surfing entry to an otherwise Internet Explorer 6-loving Chinese population. The copycat similarities don’t just end in the looks department: there’s also an app store, fast-tab functionality and familiar menu icon placement. In its defense, the company claims its 30,000 plus free app offerings, in addition to China-specific entertainment features are enough to set it apart. Sure, this may seem like a case of the Asian search giant that doth protest too much, but it’s the company’s desire to drive traffic to its own engine that has us seeing Google.
Despite its low number of ingredients, any fan of spicy food will tell you that creating a perfectly blended Sriracha sauce is a science—and over at food blog Serious Eats, they’ve nailed down how to make your own at home. More »
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Android’s Secret Sauce? Google’s Advertising Rev-Share Deals With Carriers
In just 18 months, the number of Google Android phones being shipped has soared to 60,000 a day, and over that period countless new devices have been released by handset makers for sale by carriers worldwide.