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3D Printing Created a Drone, Complete With Circuitry

  3D printing has been described as a force for revolutionary change, but with all the tchotchkes, jewelry and, lately, food, people are printing, it sometimes feels less like a revolution than an awesome hobby.Advances in biomedical 3D printing certainly help dispel some of those notions. The world’s first 3D electronics printer from Voxel8 could […]

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E-Cigarette From China Infected Man’s Computer With Malware

  Smoking will not only damage your health but also your computer, as e-cigarettes manufactured in China are reportedly being used to spread malicious software through the USB connection used to charge the device.A recent post to social news site Reddit detailed how the computer of an executive at a “large corporation” had been infected […]

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Security Expert Says He Took Control of Airplane From Seat

A computer security expert told the FBI that he hacked into an airplane’s computer and briefly took over control of the engines, court documents reveal. Chris Roberts, CTO and founder of One World Labs, told FBI agents he connected his computer to the in-flight entertainment system and the overwrote code to commandeer the thrust management […]

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10 Travel Apps to Download to Your Apple Watch

The latest game-changing tech toy from the wizards at Apple Inc. has finally arrived, and with it are several travel-friendly Apple Watch apps promising to do everything from unlock a hotel room to open a garage door remotely from the other side of the world.

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Hey, Teens: Back in Our Day, Video Games Were Actually Hard

  Kids today have things so easy. A group of teenagers found out just how tough games used to be when The Fine Bros. asked them to play the original Mega Man for its Teens React series. Mega Man, released in 1987 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, had a reputation of being tough. Players generally […]

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Australians Are Betting on the Name of the New Internet Explorer

  Australians are having a punt on the new name of Microsoft’s next generation browser. Despite worldwide celebrations that Internet Explorer had been killed off by Microsoft, the company confirmed Wednesday to Mashable it is yet to totally pull the plug on one of the world’s most hated browsers. According to The Verge, Microsoft’s marketing […]

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Facebook to Allow 'Legacy Contacts' for When You Die

There’s something new from Facebook, but you may not live to see it. The social network is set to begin rolling out a new feature called the “legacy contact.”

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With the New 3Doodler Pen, Drawing in Midair Isn't Just Make-Believe

  Drawing in mid-air is about to become a thing. Over the past two years, two companies have developed two different ways of creating 3D objects simply by drawing in the air with oversized pens. Now, one of those companies, WobbleWorks, is ready to take the nascent creative platform to the next level with a […]

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The Google Doctor Will See You Now

  It seems Google is trying to bring an end to all the fake ‘diagnoses’ resulting from folks searching for their symptoms and arriving at the wrong conclusions – or at least alleviate the problem. An image posted to Reddit shows a Google search for knee pain, and an option for the user to video […]

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Google's 'Rivalry' With Amazon? It's Complicated

  Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, said this week in Berlin, “Many people think our main competition is Bing or Yahoo. But, really, our biggest search competitor is Amazon.” Schmidt likely intended to persuade a skeptical European audience that Google is not all powerful, and faces more competition than some might assume. Even so, he […]

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