Sun Microsystems has developed a socalled Web Server on a card with Dallas Networks. The aim, according to Scott McNealy, Sun?s chairman and chief executive, is ?to turn the network at home into a network powerplan by enabling users to connect to the electricity grid via a plug?. The card includes a microprocessor and a Java 2 Virtual Machine and will be OEMed for inclusion in home devices such as toasters. Although there are only 50 in existence, they cost only $10 each, but McNealy expects this to drop to between $1-2 on volume shipment.
We sacrificed our weekend to try out the new Vikendi map coming to PUBG - and rather liked it
12 of the 32 stars observed feature rings and gaps that are usually carved by planets in the process of formation
The experiment is currently underway at South Korea's Yangyang Underground Laboratory
Exoplanet HAT-P-11b is located about 124 light years from Earth