Marketplace Tech Report for Thursday, December 13, 2012

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You could believe the advertising about who has the fastest Internet connections or you could believe Netflix. The company's movie streaming service generates useful data about which data service providers are fastest. Now it's sharing its latest list. Plus, General Electric has come up with a new way to cool down electronic devices that's quiet and thin. Dual piezoelectric cooling jets that quietly inhale and exhale. Think fireplace bellows or when you gently waggle the blankets for a bit when the bed overheats.
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Neflix rates ISPs and GE invents a new cooling system for computing

General Electric has created a new quiet and super thin cooling system that could revolutionize consumer electronics, and Netflix has ranked our Internet Service Providers.
Posted In: netflix, cooling technology, Ultrabooks, streaming

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