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Xerox Photocopiers Can Now Translate Whatever You’re Copying

Xerox Photocopiers Can Now Translate Whatever You’re Copying

Thanks to the paperless office that will never arrive, you can still find photocopiers in almost any corporate setting. They’re a necessary hassle, but Xerox is making its machines slightly less of a burden to have around with new functionality that automatically translates a document as it’s being copied.

You Can’t Steal Data From A Chip That’s Self-Destructed

You Can’t Steal Data From A Chip That’s Self-Destructed

Losing a flash drive full of family photos is unfortunate; losing an encryption key that gives access to sensitive data could be a catastrophe. So researchers at Xerox’s PARC have developed chips that can self-destruct on command, making them completely unusable once they shatter.

Why Your Mouse Cursor Is Slanted Instead Of Straight

Why Your Mouse Cursor Is Slanted Instead Of Straight

Have you ever wondered why your mouse cursor rests ever so slightly to the left? Chances are, that little arrow on an incline is so ubiquitous that you’ve never even thought twice about its 45-degree lean. As it turns out, there’s a very good reason for it. Or was, anyway,…