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Robotic Fish Being Built To Control Mortal Fishy Schools [Robots]

by on Jun.03, 2010, under 2, 2010, 3, 360, 5, 7, 7d, Ac, Ad, Add, Ads, age, ally, and, ANT, Ants, AR, Bots, Bp, C6, cat, clear, Clones, color, Companies, D3, Danger, de, design, Display, Ds, Dust, E, Ea, EC, Et, Event, F2, ff, fish, Ge, Gizmo, gizmodo, Hd, History, Home Automation, Id, Ie, Im, images, In, Industrial, Isp, La, Labels, mid, Mod, Nes, Of, om, One, order, OTS, Pad, Padd, PI, Pixel, Play, Q, quant, Rc, Research, Robot, robotic fish, Robotics, Robots, rom, RSS, Rv, school, Schools, Science, Sd, serve, Style, Tag, tech, TI, TV, Ui, Us, V, what, X1

Robotic clones are being built as we speak, designed to take over schools of fish and lead them away from danger. You know what this means, right? The human race will eventually cease to exist. More

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Epic 90-Minute Attack of the Clones Review Is Thorough, to Say the Least [Awesome Things]

by on Apr.05, 2010, under 2, 5, 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, age, and, ANT, AR, Attack of the Clones, Awesome things, cc, Cf, clear, Clips, Clones, de, Ds, E, Ea, Epic, Fb, Follow, Ge, Gizmo, Hd, Home Automation, Ie, Im, ISO, Men, Mod, movies, Nes, One, order, Phantom, PI, Rc, Review, star, Star Wars, Style, Tag, thor, TI, Up, Us, Vide, Video, view, War, X1

Remember this epic, 70-minute video review of Star Wars: Episode I ? Well, at long last the followup review of Episode II is out, and it’s everything you hoped it would be and more. More

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Sony Vaio P Clone Can’t Compete with the Original [Clones]

by on Feb.28, 2010, under 300, 3g, 7d, Ads, age, Ai, aio, app, AR, Atom, China, clear, Clones, Computers, Display, Ds, Ea, Emi, Eu, Ge, Gizmo, Hd, Hell, Home Automation, Isp, Knockoffs, Memory, Mic, Mod, netbooks, One, Origin, Os, Pot, power, Pr, pre, price, Pro, Processor, Ram, Rc, Real, Red, Rf, Shell, Sony, Spot, storage, Style, TI, Ui, Vaio, Vaio P

So, the Sony Vaio P has a clone. Congrats, Sony! Too bad the mimicry ends with the aesthetics: The appearance is spot on, but the insides are decidedly sub-par. The Atom processor is a less powerful than the processor offered in the Vaio P, and the memory maxes out at 1GB. If you’re comparing, that’s a full GB short of the original

Sony Vaio P Clone Can’t Compete with the Original [Clones]

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