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Micro 3D Printer Blasts Through $1 Million on Kickstarter in a Day

Is there a market for a small, cheap, consumer 3D printer? That question was answered Monday when Micro, a $299 3D printer, hit its Kickstarter funding goal of $50,000 in mere 11 minutes and continued to raise $1.46 million less

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Google Glass Is Great for Some Jobs, Google Points Out

Whether or not smart glasses like Google Glass ever gain mainstream acceptance, there’s no question they’re useful in many jobs. Now Google is taking the conversation about Glass in the workplace to a new level. Google has begun a Glass

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Is the Upgrade You Can Skip

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is boring. While its competitors, Android flagships such as the HTC One M8 and Google Nexus 5, stake out their territory with a couple of standout features, the GS5 wants it all. Bells and whistles, however,

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Was Windows 8 a Mistake? Microsoft Seems to Think So

Microsoft showed off the future of Windows this week at its 2014 Build developer conference, and it looks pretty retro. In fact, it looks a lot like Windows 7. During a tease of some possible new features in a future

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Adobe Launches Lightroom for iPad

Lightroom users can now edit images and manage their photo collections from their iPads. Adobe launched Lightroom for iPad on Tuesday, a companion app for the desktop version of Lightroom.The app, which is backed by Adobe’s cloud service, will automatically sync

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Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP

It’s the end of the line for Microsoft’s Windows XP: as of today, the company will no longer release security updates for the 12-year-old operating system. “Microsoft has provided support for Windows XP for the past 12 years. But now

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What Facebook Might Look Like Using Oculus Rift

When Facebook bought Oculus VR last week for $2 billion, many wondered if and how the social network could integrate the virtual reality experience into the social networking site. Now, a concept video by Chaotic Moon Studios shows what an Oculus Rift-powered Facebook

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Web Design Elements

When it comes to designing and building websites, it never seems to happen fast enough. Given this fast pace, many small details that are eventually required to build the website are often left out of the design process. While these

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Search Engines Dominate Mobile Product Research

Local Corporation released survey results from its latest round of consumer mobile shopping research. The company is promoting a new version of its local-mobileshopping app Havvit. The survey was conducted in March and carried out by the Chicago-based e-tailing group and

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Is Rewarder The Heir Of Google Answers?

There have been a range of “answer engines” or “help engines” (Q&A sites) that have come and gone over the years. Some of them might be considered “social search.” Yahoo Answers, Ask.com (more recently focused on Q&A), Answers.com, Askville (Amazon),

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