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Evidence Eliminator

Don't want people to know what you have been doing on-line? Deleting "Internet cache/history" will not protect you because any Web pages, pictures, movies, videos, sounds, e-mail, chat logs and everything else you see or do could easily be recovered. How would you feel if somebody snooped this information out of your computer?

A Robot-golf partner

These robots were invented by engineering students at the University of Florida. The first, called Li'l Golfing Buddy, finds the tee and sets up the ball for a drive down the fairway. The other, RoboWoods, helps on the green, putting the ball into the hole.
The students designed and built the robots as part of a graduate class in intelligent machines, and they remain works in progress.

Robotics, Mechatronics and Artificial Intelligence

The book simplifies the process of finding basic circuits to perform simple tasks, and provides instructions for creating moving robotic parts, such as an "eye" or an "ear". Several companies offer kits for project construction but many experimenters want to design and build their own robots and other creatures specific to their needs and goals. With the book "Robotics, Mechatronics, Artificial Intelligence: Experimental Circuit Blocks for Designers" you will be able to decide what skills you want to learn and use in a project and then choose the right "building blocks" to create the ideal results.

Internet fridge by Toshiba

Toshiba Corp. will put the first of a series of Internet-aided "smart home appliances"' on the market in April 2002, company sources said. The first available will be a refrigerator that will allow its owner to log in from outside the home and check what's inside. The Net-connected refrigerator will work by having items registered when they are put inside.
Toshiba is planning to expand the technology to other electric appliances, including microwave ovens and air conditioners.

The Intelligent Wireless Web

Written by two authors at the forefront of the Internet revolution, The Intelligent Wireless Web presents a fascinating, insightful vision of the Web's near future, with an overview of the technologies that will make it possible. This book explores technology developments in speech recognition, mobile wireless devices, network integration, and software that will be far more responsive to our informational and transactional needs.

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