Yes we’ve all noticed multiple digg submitted articles, one from each site that would like to talk about the same topic, and they also make it to the digg frontpage. How about Digg merges all of the similar submitted links into one comment page. It would list the multiple stories on the same page with their different digg-submission times along with who submitted it and the ability to share or favorite or bury either or article. I know it seems kinda dumb, but this would mean we’ll be able to see more legit diverse stories of the front-page.
Here is a screen shot that I compiled using an existing story which is found on two separate websites.
Finally a laptop with the wireless-usb built-in, this is something that would be useful on you know what? The MacBook Air. Wireless usb totally makes sense, hopefully we’ll see these on future MacBooks and Macs in general. It’ll definitely make it easier to make them more portable! Leave the printers, scanners, and other wired devices to the wireless-usb hub which is then connected to the MacBook, MacBook Air, and the MacBook Pro wirelessly. I mean no need to carry around extra hubs/wires etc.
We’re a bit bummed that wireless USB-equipped laptops are merely trickling in versus pouring, but we reckon we’ll take what we can get. Next on the docket is the LaVie J series from NEC…
“a lawsuit filed today by the University of Wisconsin claims that the processor infringes on patented technology developed by one of its professors.” This is absolutely absured!! why? Because University of Wisconsin took almost over a year and a half to come to this conclusion; Intel released Core 2 June of 2006; that it was their patent that Intel supposedly infringed. Although the technology was already present in their Intel Pentium III processors and the R&D on this chip was conducted in Isreal. What does that say? Knowingly University of Wisconsin put out this news to further affect the stock price of Intel (trying to short huh?) and in this time of recessionary period wanting some extra cash in leu of lawsuit, yeah ok good idea there.
This isn’t the first time I’ve seen a computer designed to fit inside your car, but it’s definitely the first one I’ve seen which can fit entirely in the space of your old car stereo!! Kudos for the price and functionality all built-into one because thats all you’d need!