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The Japanese Robot That Helps You Find Lost Things

NRM writes "Whether it’s losing your car keys just as you’re ready to step out the door to work, or misplacing your phone after a heavy night drinking, losing property is quite simply a fact of life. No matter how hard you strive to keep things in your possession, somehow fate always comes along and puts it in some obscure place nowhere to be found. That all might be a thing of the past however, if a robot being developed by Japanese electronics firm Hitachi ever becomes commonplace in residential homes..."

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gizmig4488d ago

Really sounds interesting that a robot will keep track of our things and help us to find them.

AgentWhite4488d ago

What an amazing and useful discovery .

Lord_Sloth4487d ago

Duuuuuude...I could so use this.

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Honda is setting up a new company to produce electric vehicle motors with Hitachi

Honda is among the few major automakers still entrenched in fuel cell hydrogen over battery-powered vehicles as an alternative fuel.

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ASUS Vivo MiniPC UN65H review - Pokde

The ASUS VivoMini PC UN65H is a great compact-sized PC, but it may just need a bit more oomph to justify its rather lofty price tag.

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Hard Drive Reliability Update: Seagate vs. WD vs. Hitachi Failure Rates

GamersNexus: "BackBlaze just reported its annual failure rate for 34,881 drives that house 100 petabytes of data (that's 100,000,000 gigabytes). The latest report reinforces earlier data that Seagate has some of the poorest longterm endurance of all tested devices, with 3TB drives climbing to a 15% annual failure rate (from 9% at the time of last reporting). WD 3TB drives aren't immune to worsened lifespan, though, and have also jumped from 4% to 7% in annual failures."

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