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Origami-inspired radiator from NASA could change shape to warm or cool tiny satellites

origami_radiator_configuration The devices we’re sending into space are getting smaller and lighter, which means there’s less room for bulky and static components. Flexibility and compactness are coming into vogue, and this prototype satellite radiator is inspired by that most compact and flexible of arts: origami. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

January 31st

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Origami-inspired radiator from NASA could change shape to warm or cool tiny satellites

origami_radiator_configuration The devices we’re sending into space are getting smaller and lighter, which means there’s less room for bulky and static components. Flexibility and compactness are coming into vogue, and this prototype satellite radiator is inspired by that most compact and flexible of arts: origami. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

January 31st

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Origami-inspired radiator from NASA could change shape to warm or cool tiny satellites

origami_radiator_configuration The devices we’re sending into space are getting smaller and lighter, which means there’s less room for bulky and static components. Flexibility and compactness are coming into vogue, and this prototype satellite radiator is inspired by that most compact and flexible of arts: origami. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

January 31st

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You won’t believe this one weird trick Facebook is using to fight clickbait and spam

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Like any social network, Facebook has its fair share of problems, but its historic inability to accurately manage, filter, and verify the content being shared by its users is most certainly at the top of the list. Now, months after being called out as a peddler of fake news and with years of clickbait and spam problems under its belt, the company is announcing that it might have a fix.

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Mike Wehner

January 31st

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How to back up and restore a Boot Camp Windows partition on macOS using Winclone [Video]

As we showed you in our step-by-step tutorial, creating a Boot Camp partition on your Mac to install Windows is easy. The tedious part of the installation is taking Windows through its initial setup process, and configuring it to your liking.

The configuration portion of the install process — initial setup, installing drivers, and downloading needed applications — can take a significant amount of time, so it’s worth backing up your Boot Camp installation after you have it configured to your liking. By doing so, you can easily restore a snapshot of Windows in mere minutes.

Watch our hands-on video walkthrough, as we show you how to back up and restore a Boot Camp Windows partition using Winclone Basic for macOS. more…


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Jeff Benjamin

January 31st

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How to back up and restore a Boot Camp Windows partition on macOS using Winclone [Video]

As we showed you in our step-by-step tutorial, creating a Boot Camp partition on your Mac to install Windows is easy. The tedious part of the installation is taking Windows through its initial setup process, and configuring it to your liking.

The configuration portion of the install process — initial setup, installing drivers, and downloading needed applications — can take a significant amount of time, so it’s worth backing up your Boot Camp installation after you have it configured to your liking. By doing so, you can easily restore a snapshot of Windows in mere minutes.

Watch our hands-on video walkthrough, as we show you how to back up and restore a Boot Camp Windows partition using Winclone Basic for macOS. more…


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Jeff Benjamin

January 31st

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These 4K TVs will upgrade your puny TV and ship to your door in time for Super Bowl 51

Super Bowl TV Deals

It’s called the SUPER BOWL, not the Teeny Tiny Little Bowl You Should Watch On Your Teeny Tiny Little TV. Seriously, if you’re planning to have people over to watch the big game this Sunday, you’re going to need a big, beautiful TV to watch it on. That doesn’t mean running out to your local big box retailer to get ripped off though. There are a number of hot TVs on sale at sweet discounts on Amazon right now, and in this post we’ll show you nine different options. Sizes range from 55 inches all the way up to 75 inches, and prices start at just $848. Oh, and each and every one of these gorgeous 4K UHD TVs will be delivered in time for Sunday’s big game.

LG Electronics 65UH7700 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $1,297.00

Samsung UN65KS8000 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $1,497.99

Samsung UN65KU7500 Curved 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $1,297.99

Samsung UN75JU7100 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV (2015 Model): $2,597.99

LG Electronics OLED65B6P Flat 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2016 Model): $2,997.00

Samsung UN65KS9000 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $1,997.99

Sony XBR65X930D 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV (2016 Model): $1,798.00

Sony XBR55X850D 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 model): $998.00

Samsung UN55KU6600 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $847.99

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Maren Estrada

January 31st

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Windows 10 Cloud could be Microsoft’s answer to Chromebooks

Windows 10 Cloud

While Chromebooks have managed to capture a respectable segment of the market in recent years, Microsoft's attempts at releasing stripped-down versions of its own operating systems have, by and large, failed miserably. Nevertheless, it appears that the company will dust itself off and try again in the coming months, as some mysterious code in recent Insider test builds shows a new edition of Windows 10 called "Cloud" listed alongside the Pro and Enterprise editions of the OS.

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Jacob Siegal

January 31st

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Apple Q1: Apple Pay users tripled, transaction volume up 500% YOY, Comcast adding support for bill payments

During the company’s Q1 2017 earnings call today, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced some new milestones for Apple Pay. The company also confirmed that Comcast would soon begin accepting Apple Pay on the web for bill payments.

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Jordan Kahn

January 31st

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Japan’s high-tech space junk collector might already be broken

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Flying into space is inherently dangerous, but mankind has gradually made it even more hazardous by filling Earth's orbit with millions of pieces of random garbage. Japan decided to do something about that, and built a high-tech, junk-grabbing tether into the cargo ship it launched last month. Now, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) believes something went wrong, and the tether might never get the chance to perform its important duty.

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Mike Wehner

January 31st

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