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Friday: December 11, 2009

A list of Lifehacker's most popular tutorials of 2009.A list of Lifehacker's most popular tutorials of 2009.

An extensive list of tutorials that covers step-by-step guides on everything from installed homebrew on the Wii (without the need of Twilight Princess) all the way over to building your very own computer from scratch. Good luck.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Tutorial @ 6:54 AM | Tags (11) | lifehacker | bestof | 2009 | electronics | gadgets | apple | microsoft | windows | leopard | fixes | hacks |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 45 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Tuesday: October 27, 2009

Nintendo to pull the curtain back on big-screen DSi console.Nintendo to pull the curtain back on big-screen DSi console.

The company expects larger screens will attract elderly people who complained that the existing version is hard to look at, while leading to new applications such as reading electronic books and watching video, it said.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Video Games @ 7:28 AM | Tags (10) | nintendo | elderly | dsi | large | screens | gaming | videogames | conplaints | electronic | eyes |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 10 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Thursday: August 20, 2009

Grants handed out to tune of $1.2 billion for digital health record development.Grants handed out to tune of $1.2 billion for digital health record development.

$598 million to set up some 70 health information technology centers to help healthcare institutions acquire electronic health record systems and $564 million to develop a nationwide system of health information networks

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Technology @ 4:11 PM | Tags (7) | digital | electronic | funding | government | grants | medical | records |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 8 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Tuesday: June 30, 2009

New study regarding peeling stickers may pave the road for stretchier electronics.New study regarding peeling stickers may pave the road for stretchier electronics.

The research team did not have stretchable electronics in mind when they started, but launched the project as an analysis of the wrinkling and delamination of stickers. The small blisters that appear in stickers attached to car windows are a common example of such delamination.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Science @ 1:24 PM | Tags (6) | delamination | electronics | research | science | stretchy | study |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 7 Clicks | Posted by Vin


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