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Slashdot Items Tagged "digital"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday February 20, 2014 @04:44PM WhatsApp: 2nd Biggest Tech Acquisition of All Time
Thursday August 15, 2013 @01:04PM Scientists Seek Superfast Successor to Silicon
Wednesday June 19, 2013 @08:27AM PDP-11 Still Working In Nuclear Plants - For 37 More Years
Wednesday December 26, 2012 @08:42AM Defending the First Sale Doctrine
Friday December 07, 2012 @05:53AM EU Commissioner Tonio Borg says beware of digital download ripoffs
Sunday December 02, 2012 @05:05AM Analog film projection = only 37% of theaters ...
Wednesday October 24, 2012 @04:43AM Irish Broadcaster RTE Turns Off Analog Television Signal
Thursday October 18, 2012 @01:43PM Newsweek will go all-digital in 2013
Wednesday August 01, 2012 @10:54AM AMD Brings Back Athlon K8 Designer as Chief Architect
Wednesday June 20, 2012 @06:23PM Time Warner Cable Patents Method For Disabling Fast-Forward Function On DVRs
Wednesday June 20, 2012 @03:27PM Time Warner Cable patents method for disabling fast-forward function on DVRs
Wednesday May 16, 2012 @08:30PM Self-Destruct Buttons On This SSD Will Physically Destroy Your Drive
Monday May 14, 2012 @04:14PM Photographers, you're being replaced by software
Thursday March 29, 2012 @03:39PM Obama Administration Places $200 Million Bet On Big Data
Tuesday March 27, 2012 @06:17PM J.K. Rowling bypasses Amazon, iTunes, etc. to offer an in-house solution
Wednesday February 29, 2012 @01:52PM "All Your Books Are Belong To Us!"
Monday January 09, 2012 @10:10PM Glimpse of Stephen Hawking's Computer
Wednesday January 04, 2012 @01:45PM Ask Slashdot: mirrorless, interchangeable lens, di
Friday November 04, 2011 @02:43PM DRM graveyard: A brief history of digital rights m
Tuesday October 25, 2011 @03:26PM South Korea Says Good-Bye To Print Textbooks
Thursday August 18, 2011 @12:13PM Company Scans Books For $1 - Ship 'Em In Get a PDF
Wednesday August 17, 2011 @02:23PM The computer labs that created the digital world
Tuesday May 31, 2011 @01:04AM Western Digital Holding Migrant Workers Ransom
Thursday May 19, 2011 @05:57PM Playboy Creates Its Own Uncensored Web App
Saturday April 30, 2011 @08:38AM Interview: The Future of SiLo's Language Library
Tuesday March 15, 2011 @09:07AM Einstein’s archives to be digitized
Monday February 14, 2011 @12:36PM E-Book Lending Stands Up To Corporate Mongering
Monday September 20, 2010 @05:56AM Intel Admits Theft Of Copy Protection Protocol
Friday July 09, 2010 @03:49PM Slow acceptance of digital radio in UK
Tuesday July 06, 2010 @05:48PM MeeGo, Zero To VT320 In Seventeen Seconds
Wednesday June 09, 2010 @10:07AM Official kanji count increasing due to electronics
Tuesday May 18, 2010 @02:20PM Europeans Bury 'Digital DNA' Inside A Mountain
Sunday January 03, 2010 @01:00PM Tyler Cowen on Autism creating a Digital Society
Thursday December 03, 2009 @06:17PM Digital Archives Threatened By File Corruption
Wednesday August 01, 2007 @08:44PM The DRM Scorecard
Tuesday April 24, 2007 @05:15PM Digital Camera Or Camera Phone?
Friday March 30, 2007 @06:12PM Death of the Button? Analog vs. Digital
Tuesday March 13, 2007 @08:29PM Billion Dollar Handout To Upgrade TVs
Wednesday February 21, 2007 @09:08AM Lightroom Vs. Aperture
Wednesday December 20, 2006 @02:10AM DRM Critique Airs On National Public Radio
Wednesday December 13, 2006 @01:31PM The Dutch Kill Analog TV Nationwide
Sunday August 13, 2006 @03:51AM Samsung Develops World's First three-inch VGA LCD
Monday June 19, 2006 @08:11PM 111-Megapixel CCD Chip Ships
Monday June 05, 2006 @02:00PM Review of Episodic Content, Half-Life 2 Episode One
Monday May 22, 2006 @07:21PM Windows Media Player 11 and Urge
Wednesday May 03, 2006 @03:24AM Dot-com Boom's Biggest Duds, From Flooz to iSmell
Thursday April 13, 2006 @07:30PM More Unintended Consequences of the DMCA
Monday March 13, 2006 @10:58PM Adapt to New Technology or Die
Thursday March 02, 2006 @03:42PM Digital Signals Spark Static From AM Radio

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