Enjoy the Randomness (Week of 11/13/2011)

JAW DROPPING Space Station time lapse!

Cracking Siri

Mimicking the brain, in silicon

Adobe Donating Flex to Open Source Foundation; Continues Fire Sale on Formerly-Core Software

Boxee Live TV is coming

Intel Reveals Details of Next-Generation High-Performance Computing Platforms

SeeMeCNC H-1

Xbox Turns Ten!

W3C Proposes Do Not Track Privacy Standard

There’s A Patent Issue With Open-Source Doom 3

Amazon’s cloud is the world’s 42nd fastest supercomputer

Google releases Android 4 source code, but true openness still elusive

Sandy Bridge-E hits the market with more cores, more threads

AMD’s 16-core Bulldozer pushes into the server room

Groups ask Supreme Court to legalize dirty words on TV

Ice Cream Sandwich-based CyanogenMod 9 in the works, slated for January release

CarrierIQ: Most Phones Ship With “Rootkit”

Miss Piggies Smoke House for lunch on Wednesday. You better be jealous.

Astronomy Picture of the Day (11/16/2011)

National Geographic Photo Contest 2011

openSUSE 12.1: All Green!

Intel Highlights Xeon E5 Performance, Talks Up Knights Corner MIC Products

What’s New in Telerik’s Q3 2011 Release

Native Audio with HTML5

Kindle Source Code

Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface available for pre-order in 23 countries, expected to ship in 2012

Galaxy Nexus Tech Specs (I hope this is my next phone :P)

Verizon-branded, LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus confirmed in official Google video

Potential 0-Day Vulnerability For BIND 9

Security researcher defeats Windows 8 secure boot

Lunar Topography – As Never Seen Before!

Army Successfully Tests Hypersonic Weapon Design

Europe in the Grip of Drug-Resistant Superbugs

France needs to upgrade all nuclear reactors

USB Stick Contains Dual-Core Computer, Turns Any Screen Into an Android Station

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