The Morning After model: “5D” storage could hold 500TB on a CD-sized drive


IPhones could soon detect car crashes, and auto-dialing 911Blu-rays are doing so. Using high-speed lasers, the researchers created a new data storage technology that could write and hold 500TB of data on a CD-sized glass disc. 5D storage technology has higher write speeds which could make it feasible for large scale archiving projects. Each file uses three layers of nanoscale dots. The size, orientation and position of the points in the three standard dimensions constitute the five “dimensions”.

This type of optical storage is not, but there have been issues in the past including slow write speeds. The new technique dramatically accelerated this process, to around 230KB per second. And, yes, it sounds pretty slow, but it could provide a way to save data, basically forever. It was estimated that the storage medium could withstand temperatures up to 1000 degrees C and last 13.8 billion years at room temperature without degrading.

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Fun, but pushing the limits of technology.

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So what is it? Well, it’s basically a little puck-shaped computer dedicated to the remix of Kanye’s latest album. Using it, you can change the volume of, or tracks, in the songs on Donda. For example, if you were wondering what “Off the Grid” would sound like as an instrument, you could just lower your vocals. Terrence O’Brien reluctantly tested it.

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All the benefits of AirPods with a more comfortable design.

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Thanks to a few early hints in iOS 15.1, the latest headphones from Beats come as no surprise. The company has officially launched its latest model: the $ 200 Beats Fit Pro. Similar in design to the Studio Buds that arrived earlier this year, this new pair offers Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) as well as nearly all of the functionality of Apple’s third-generation AirPods. Its shape seals your ear, so ANC and transparency mode are available. The bass levels are sufficient without being too powerful for a sound profile significantly better than the previous model from Beats. Our helmet expert Billy Steele seems to like them.

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Even though Black Friday is over three weeks away, some major retailers are. Among them, Amazon, which has cut prices on its own devices. One of the products you can save on the minute is the, which is $ 40 off at. , meanwhile, is on sale for (usually $ 110).

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Star Wars’ most famous bounty hunter is here.



Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) is now Tatooine’s crime lord. The trailer shows Fett and his partner, Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen, reprising his role as ), ruling the underground world of the desert planet. The show is scheduled to arrive at the end of December.

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And you don’t have to spend a fortune to buy a good one.

If you are considering giving away a laptop or tablet as a gift, there are plenty of options available to you. In the latest hardware series from Intel, Apple, AMD and NVIDIA, all of our portable devices have gotten faster and faster and more efficient. We also have wildcards, like the iPad or the cheaper gaming laptops that now have almost all the power of their desktop siblings. And with the arrival of Windows 11, now is the perfect time to give someone a nifty PC upgrade. Editor-in-chief Devindra Hardawar, our laptop specialist, outlines the best options.

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Apple is also working on the same functionality for its watch.

Apple plans to unveil a feature called crash detection for iPhones and watches, according to a report. The feature supposedly uses sensors like the accelerometer built into Apple devices. Apple reportedly worked on this for several years and tested it using real world data.

Years ago, Google introduced a similar feature for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 through its personal safety app which can detect when you’ve been in a car accident and alert emergency services. Even GM has been offering it for years in its cars with OnStar and recently introduced crash detection on smartphones through the OnStar Guardian app.

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