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... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

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MIT Cheetah Robot Runs Fast, and Efficiently The Cheetah robot developed at MIT's Biomimetic Robotics Lab first grabbed our attention when the project was announced back in 2009. In the years that followed few details emerged about its progress, until finally in July 2012 the lab posted videos of the robot walking on YouTube. Now, at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), the MIT team has shown its cheetah-inspired robot running at a respectable 22 km/h (13.7 mph). And more: the robot has an energy efficiency that rivals that of real running animals. That speed makes it the second fastest legged robot in the world, beaten only by Boston Dynamics' Cheetah (which can run twice as fast). The MIT Cheetah knocks the Planar Biped, developed at the MIT Leg Lab in 1989, which achieved 21 km/h (13 mph) down to third place. It's worth noting that both the MIT Cheetah and Boston Dynamics' Cheetah are attached to horizontal bars that constrain them along the sagittal plane (preventing roll and yaw movement). So, yeah, you might say that is cheeting, but hopefully we'll see these robots running free sometime in the future. Watch it running : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UBHJqnM8RTU

MIT Cheetah Robot Runs Fast, and Efficiently The Cheetah robot developed at MIT's Biomimetic Robotics Lab first grabbed our attention when the project was announced back in 2009. In the years that followed few details emerged about its progress, until finally in July 2012 the lab posted videos of the robot walking on YouTube. Now, at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), the MIT team has shown its cheetah-inspired robot running at a respectable 22 km/h (13.7 mph). And more: the robot has an energy efficiency that rivals that of real running animals. That speed makes it the second fastest legged robot in the world, beaten only by Boston Dynamics' Cheetah (which can run twice as fast). The MIT Cheetah knocks the Planar Biped, developed at the MIT Leg Lab in 1989, which achieved 21 km/h (13 mph) down to third place. It's worth noting that both the MIT Cheetah and Boston Dynamics' Cheetah are attached to horizontal bars that constrain them along the sagittal plane (preventing roll and yaw movement). So, yeah, you might say that is cheeting, but hopefully we'll see these robots running free sometime in the future. Watch it running : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UBHJqnM8RTU

MIT Cheetah Robot Runs Fast, and Efficiently The Cheetah robot developed at MIT's Biomimetic Robotics Lab first grabbed our attention when the project was announced back in 2009. In the years that followed few details emerged about its progress, until finally in July 2012 the lab posted videos of the robot walking on YouTube. Now, at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), the MIT team has shown its cheetah-inspired robot running at a respectable 22 km/h (13.7 mph). And more: the robot has an energy efficiency that rivals that of real running animals. That speed makes it the second fastest legged robot in the world, beaten only by Boston Dynamics' Cheetah (which can run twice as fast). The MIT Cheetah knocks the Planar Biped, developed at the MIT Leg Lab in 1989, which achieved 21 km/h (13 mph) down to third place. It's worth noting that both the MIT Cheetah and Boston Dynamics' Cheetah are attached to horizontal bars that constrain them along the sagittal plane (preventing roll and yaw movement). So, yeah, you might say that is cheeting, but hopefully we'll see these robots running free sometime in the future. Watch it running : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UBHJqnM8RTU

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Fastest Internet Arrives in Tokyo - 2 Gbps So-net, a Sony-owned ISP, has launched its “Nuro” service for Tokyo-area residents. It utilizes Japan’s GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network) and provides speeds of 2 Gbps, which are the world’s fastest, at least doubling the speed of any comparable U.S. fiber-optic consumer connections. The service costs just $50/month, which is remarkably low in comparison to either Google Fiber or Verizon FiOS that provide 1 Gbps and 150 Mbps for $79 and $129, respectively. This low price comes with two major caveats: a $540 installation fee, and a mandatory two-year contract that is presumably being used to fund further expansions to the company’s fiber-optic network.

Fastest Internet Arrives in Tokyo - 2 Gbps So-net, a Sony-owned ISP, has launched its “Nuro” service for Tokyo-area residents. It utilizes Japan’s GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network) and provides speeds of 2 Gbps, which are the world’s fastest, at least doubling the speed of any comparable U.S. fiber-optic consumer connections. The service costs just $50/month, which is remarkably low in comparison to either Google Fiber or Verizon FiOS that provide 1 Gbps and 150 Mbps for $79 and $129, respectively. This low price comes with two major caveats: a $540 installation fee, and a mandatory two-year contract that is presumably being used to fund further expansions to the company’s fiber-optic network.

Fastest Internet Arrives in Tokyo - 2 Gbps So-net, a Sony-owned ISP, has launched its “Nuro” service for Tokyo-area residents. It utilizes Japan’s GPON (Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network) and provides speeds of 2 Gbps, which are the world’s fastest, at least doubling the speed of any comparable U.S. fiber-optic consumer connections. The service costs just $50/month, which is remarkably low in comparison to either Google Fiber or Verizon FiOS that provide 1 Gbps and 150 Mbps for $79 and $129, respectively. This low price comes with two major caveats: a $540 installation fee, and a mandatory two-year contract that is presumably being used to fund further expansions to the company’s fiber-optic network.

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Samsung Galaxy Note II: Bigger, better, smarter Note II is a powerful and multi-functional device. It is not a smartphone because it is too big. And it is not a tablet because it is too small. But it can function like both and given its powerful hardware and some smart software can do justice to its all-in-one credentials. It is fast and there is no hint of lag, irrespective of the number of apps running in the background or the work you are doing. Screen is bright, has fantastic touch response and shows vivid colours. Pictures taken with the primary camera are sharp and detailed in daylight, though in low light some grain creeps in. The 1080 videos, though not as good as the still pictures, are bright and have everything in focus!

Samsung Galaxy Note II: Bigger, better, smarter Note II is a powerful and multi-functional device. It is not a smartphone because it is too big. And it is not a tablet because it is too small. But it can function like both and given its powerful hardware and some smart software can do justice to its all-in-one credentials. It is fast and there is no hint of lag, irrespective of the number of apps running in the background or the work you are doing. Screen is bright, has fantastic touch response and shows vivid colours. Pictures taken with the primary camera are sharp and detailed in daylight, though in low light some grain creeps in. The 1080 videos, though not as good as the still pictures, are bright and have everything in focus!

Samsung Galaxy Note II: Bigger, better, smarter Note II is a powerful and multi-functional device. It is not a smartphone because it is too big. And it is not a tablet because it is too small. But it can function like both and given its powerful hardware and some smart software can do justice to its all-in-one credentials. It is fast and there is no hint of lag, irrespective of the number of apps running in the background or the work you are doing. Screen is bright, has fantastic touch response and shows vivid colours. Pictures taken with the primary camera are sharp and detailed in daylight, though in low light some grain creeps in. The 1080 videos, though not as good as the still pictures, are bright and have everything in focus!

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