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Top 5 Tech Halloween Costumes

Posted Thursday, October 16th, 2014 by .

You still have a couple weeks until Halloween, which means you still have time to put together something people will talk about for years to come. Here are five of our favorite technology-minded Halloween costumes.

1. Creepy Masks – Phone Not Included

These clever t-shirts and masks incorporate any size of mobile device for a quick and unsettling effect. Just slip in your phone and party on!

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3D Printing Provides a Creative Outlet

Posted Thursday, September 25th, 2014 by .

Whether your creativity comes out best in the kitchen or with a paint brush in hand, you might be interested to know what’s new in the world of 3D printing.

A Blank Slate

MakerBot, a 3D printer manufacturer, has provided a different kind of canvas for both well established artists and aspiring artists alike. The 3D form is named Zee and is a figure with a very simple human-like body without any hair or expression. Zee was inspired by blank vinyl toys in Japan when design head Lane Feuer noticed them. MakerBot sent 30 of the Zee dolls to leading artists from around the world. The results were fascinating.
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News Round-Up: Apple’s Latest Offerings

Posted Thursday, September 18th, 2014 by .

Technology news pages are all abuzz with the new Apple products and functions revealed last Tuesday. Say goodbye to iPods, and hello to smaller, sleeker devices that can do so much more. Have you had time to check them out?

It’s More Than a Tablet

Along with the anticipated iPhone 6 with its thinner, stronger shell, Apple also unveiled the iPhone 6 Plus “phablet,” which has higher resolution within its 5.5 inch frame. Internally, it is much the same as the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 Plus comes with a 64-bit A8 processor, but also carries a brand new camera sensor and optical image stabilization. Like the iPhone 6, it is set to hit the market in a matter of days. Look for it on September 19th.

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Incredible 3D Printing Advancements

Posted Thursday, August 14th, 2014 by .

We’ve previously talked about the amazing feats that 3D printing are close to bringing our every day lives. Every week, there’s a new frontier breached by the technology that’s benefiting lives in ways that we (and probably you) didn’t think would be possible. One day, this blog post will be printed in 3D (probably not). Check out advances in 3D printing that are impacting military aircraft, food, and outer space!


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Technology News Round-Up: Unused Apps, iPhone Rumors, Font Identifying

Posted Thursday, August 7th, 2014 by .

It’s been a busy summer for the tech industry so far. While you might be soaking up the sun, catching up on the latest season of Game of Thrones, or finally reading that novel you’ve been putting off, we’ve been keeping an eye on several trends that will could help you day-to-day. This month, we take a look at unused apps, the latest in iPhone news about the next version, and how to identify fonts by hovering your mouse. Read more after the cut.

The Graveyard of Apps

The Graveyard of Apps

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New Developments in 3D Printing: Blood, Drawing, and T-Rex Bones

Posted Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 by .

3D printing is always pushing to new horizons. Whether it’s in the field of medicine, technical gadgets or interactive learning, 3D printing is about creating improvements for our lives or recreating experiences as you will soon read about. Check out some of the newest developments.

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Printer Technology Round-Up: Virtual Reality, Goggles, and Pocket Printing

Posted Thursday, June 19th, 2014 by .

Does new technology makes life easier or just more interesting? We’ve gathered news about a few new gadgets that have hit the market recently. Read about tiny printers, augmented reality goggles and mixed reality goggles. Let us know if you hope to add them to your tech arsenal in the future.

Car Shift
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What’s on the 3D Printing Horizon

Posted Thursday, May 29th, 2014 by .

The ability to print in 3D is constantly growing to include new materials and unbelievable feats. Here are a few new horizons that are opening up in 3D printing.


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Technology News Round-Up: Microsoft Mods and iPad Printing, Snapchat, and NASA

Posted Thursday, May 15th, 2014 by .

To print or not to print – some of the newest technology allows you to ponder that question even on the go with wireless iPad printing. Other technology from Snapchat won’t even leave an electronic trail, much less a paper one. Finally, when NASA comes out with something new, you know it’s worth checking out, right? We’ve gathered a few articles that will fill you in on all of this and a bit more.

We just printed all of this

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Technology News Round-Up – PCs, Printers, and Lexmark Legal Battle

Posted Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 by .

Laptop Keyboard

What’s going on in the world of your mobile devices? Will printing from your smartphone or tablet become easier even when away from home or office? Here are a few articles on the future of technology, from desktop computers to hand held devices and legal battles that keep printer companies honest.

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