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- noun Plural form of
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There's a room populated with architectural mock-ups of "podules," fully wired instant buildings designed for stealthy government agencies (that's a picture of Donald Rumsfeld running a meeting in the full-scale version of the model sitting beneath it).
A cold-aisle containment system with cooling-optimized "podules" gives the Yahoo data center a PUE of 1.21.
Step inside the podules at Lancaster City Museum from today to experience art in a very different way.
Keyboard players Chi and Nathan are ensconced behind their trademark podules and take turns singing and acting as willing partners as Emma rubs herself around them.
There was also representation from AVT SolaTrek, a relatively humdrum scheme which would see Americans driving their cars aboard individual "automated shuttles" which would accelerate on spur lines to join a stream of similar podules racing east or west on elevated solar-powered maglev tracks.