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Reactions to New MacBook Run From Tepid to Cold


Early reviewers last week weighed in on Apple's new MacBook, and for the most part, they were underwhelmed. The new MacBook is 13.1mm thick, weighs 2 pounds, and has a 12-inch Retina display. Apple has touted it as the future of the notebook, pointing out that it had to reimagine every element to make the device lighter, thinner and better. Critics called it an overpriced netbook.
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New Smart Drone Breaks $1K Barrier


A new aerial drone from 3D Robotics packs two computers and an array of powerful features for $999. The computers -- one on the craft and one in the controller -- have enabled it to make some radical breakthroughs in autonomous flight and camera control, according to 3DR. Built on 1-GHz Cortex A9 ARM chips running Linux, the computers allow operators to preprogram the drone's flight path.
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Re: Wallflower or Extrovert? Facebook Lets Users Choose by Post 2  Lobster70   2009-07-02 16:33:59 
Re: NASA Maps Out Cheaper Route to the Moon 2  MitchH   2009-07-01 18:34:32 
Re: On the Road to 4G 2  samuelfur   2009-07-01 13:37:40 
Re: The Troublesome Task of Rejiggering the Keyboard 2  MitchH   2009-06-29 12:50:14 
Re: The Flawed Focus of Universal Broadband 3  invalidname   2009-06-27 04:32:52 
Re: Remote Home Monitoring: Passing Fad or Wave of the Future? 2  alarm   2009-06-25 13:20:58 
Re: HP's Web-Connected Printer Could Be a Game-Changer 3  dhall_hp   2009-06-25 08:58:44 
Re: Wired Water: IT Gets Ready for the Shock 2  gdepinto   2009-06-22 16:01:34 
Re: China Scrambles to Repair Crumbling Green Dam 4  CharlesLiu   2009-06-20 17:59:12 
Re: Blerp Refocuses the Web Through Comment-Colored Glasses 2  Gregor   2009-06-15 00:40:27 
Re: Facebook Members to Become Masters of Their Domain Names 2  lonsafko   2009-06-12 18:41:33 
Re: The TV Studio in Your Hand: The Future of News Gathering 2  sskalko   2009-06-12 09:14:09 
Re: The Asus EeeTop: A Nettop in Search of a Mission 2  Kagehi   2009-06-11 13:08:32 
Re: It's Time to Push Back Against Twitter Backlash 2  starmantom   2009-06-10 08:38:04 
Re: China's New PC Policy Injects Big Brother With Steroids 2  tlambert32   2009-06-08 12:16:25 
Re: Scientists Study Human Movements Through Secret Cell Phone Tracking 2  trackandlocate   2009-06-06 06:38:37 
Re: Searching for the Ed Murrow of the Backpack Journalist Generation 3  jwowenuk   2009-06-06 03:25:03 
Re: Plane Disappearance Prompts Call for Better In-Flight Tech 2  akcoyote   2009-06-04 11:29:20 
Re: Windows XP: The Legacy Lives On 2  MTec007   2009-06-04 06:32:21 
Re: Girding the Grid for Cyberattacks 3  AMenergy   2009-06-04 03:12:22 

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