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    Android reversible debugging software licensed for customer sites

    Available on Linux and Android (for Native development), UndoDB allows developers to record their program’s execution and then rewind and replay their C/C++ code in real-time, to help find bugs more quickly.

    Why do I mention this? The company has announced a new way of licensing its…

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    Imperial breaks into Top Ten global university ranking

    Caveat Emptor and all that, but here comes a world university ranking table…

    We wrote about the 2013 compilation last year in August and the ARWU (Academic Ranking of World Universities) has now been released for 2014, by the Center for World-Class Universities at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.


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    Low Frequency Array radio telescope views "Whirlpool Galaxy"

    A European team of astronomers, using a radio telescope, has obtained the most sensitive image of a galaxy below 1 GHz, claims the University of Southampton.

    The university writes:
    The team viewed the “Whirlpool Galaxy” Messier 51 (M51), about 30 million light years away, with the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR…

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    You can now buy Cree RF chips from APC Novacom

    APC Novacom is stocking all Cree RF devices that do not require an EU license, including GaN HEMT die.

    Cree RF products now available through APC Novacom include: general purpose broadband die, general purpose 28V and 40V broadband GaN high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs), 28V and 50V telecom GaN HEMTs…

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    Spy gadgets from the CIA Museum

    Room has to be found for this one – what budding young Gadget Master wouldn’t have been inspired by the spy gadgets and devices of the 1960s? Think James Bond and Russian agents, and also think CIA…

    New Scientist is highlighting the online CIA Museum that features “spook kit” from…

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    Android SDK engineer Chet Haase to give keynote at Droidcon London 2014

    Meant to flag this one last week – there are further details on the Droidcon London 2014 speaker line up.

    Android SDK engineer Chet Haase – you may have seen him on the “DevBytes” YouTube series – will deliver the keynote at the event, on October 30. He will be exploring what’s…

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