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Zedomax Network LLC Baby!

December 4th, 2008 marks the start of new Zedomax Network LLC.  I wanted to hold off until I was sure I had a foot in the door.  (btw, August 14th, 2006 was the very first day Zedomax was re-born as a blog)

Although I have made corporations various times at various different start-up companies I’ve worked for, this time around it feels even more exciting because I am making my own company, a dream that I had since 9 years old.

Well, let me no

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Samsung UMPC with WiMAX

Like this new UMPC? Maybe not. But WiMAX (officially termed IEEE 802.16e) is a technology we won’t see in the US for another 3 to 5 years. Why? Because all the telephone networks companies are still making lots of money selling old technology. (Well, that’s the way it’s always here…)

Why am I fretting about this? Because companies like Samsung have been making t

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Quasi the robot from Carnegie Mellon Univeristy

Wow, check out this quasi the robot from Carnegie Mellon University! Very hilarious in the video and seems to be very

interactive at talking with people!

We’ve already got robotic eyedrops that can facilitate conversation and react accordingly to their surroundings, and there’s even an R2-D2 clone to get your feet shuffling once you’ve recovered, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an emotive robot, complete with his own interactive booth,

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Crop cam GPS enabled plane for your farm

Here’s an emerging technology that will help farmers become more efficient using the latests GPS gizmos.

The CropCam is a self-guided GPS plane for keeping up with your crops. The farmer tosses it into the air, and the CropCam will fly around in a preset pattern around his fields, snapping precise stills marked with latitude and longitude of the ground below. The six pound plane can cover 160 acres per launch, which is enough for many a farmer, and is a quick option to assess distributions of disease and a convenient

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