Monthly Archives: December 2010

Eleven 3D Printing Predictions For the Year 2011

This is a guest post by Joris Peels, the Community Manager of i.materialise, a 3D printing service for designers, inventors and consumers. They are part of Materialise, a company with over 20 years experience in 3D printing and the market … Continue reading

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Firefox Friday: On life after Aza, making your own browser, beta 8, bigger bug bounties, and more!

The open source community shudders with equal measures of saddening loss and anxious anticipation. Mozilla Firefox, one of the most important open source projects, has lost a very big player, and no one quite knows how extensive the repercussions will … Continue reading

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Authentic NASA artifacts, Buzz Aldrin’s dinner set for auction

Your long-held desire to own some authentic, Apollo-era vacuum-sealed, freeze-dried pot roast is about to be fulfilled. That’s right: RR Auction is, well, auctioning artifacts from the Golden Age of the space program this upcoming January, including Gordon Cooper’s father’s … Continue reading

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Sony files ITC complaint about LG, adds another patent infringement lawsuit to the stack

Did the world’s tech giants just discover they have lawyers on retainer? That’s certainly how it seems, as company after company has decided ’tis the season to target the competition with patent infringement allegations. Sony, the latest, is aiming squarely … Continue reading

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The Open Internet teaches net neutrality to everyone

I feel strongly about net neutrality — and you may have some solid opinions about it, too. But what about your mother or your grandfather? Do they care enough about net neutrality to make a stand, or even understand what … Continue reading

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Sophisticated Android Geinimi Trojan appears in the wild

Over at the Lookout Mobile Security blog there’s news of a sophisticated new trojan spreading on Android devices. Dubbed Geinimi, the Trojan has been injected into legitimate versions of Android games (primarily) and apps, and distributed via third-party app stores … Continue reading

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iPad Soon To Go On Sale In 9 More Countries

Most people around the globe have heard of the iPad by now, even in areas where it’s not yet being sold. The iPad no longer needs an introduction but it will become available in 9 more countries this Friday. Apple’s … Continue reading

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SBN Tech to show off Android-based IP Video Phone at CES

Haven’t heard of SBN Tech? You’re not alone, but it looks like the company is now set to make the rather valiant attempt of trying to stand out from the pack of Android tablets at CES next week. Its hook, … Continue reading

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Mac App Store to open January 6, available in 90 countries

Apple has just published a press release that confirms a January 6 opening of the Mac App Store. It will be available in 90 countries, and feature free and paid apps. Mac OS X Snow Leopard (time to upgrade from … Continue reading

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Daily Crunch: Wipeout Edition

Go Away, Snoopers: Internet Explorer 9 To Add Anti-Tracking Feature The Kisai Satellite: More Crazy Tokyoflash Watches WhiteyBoards Introduces the Next Generation In Dry Erase Technology: The WhiteyNotes and WhiteyPads Outfitting Your Family?s Traveler For Stellar Photography Rolex Owner Gets … Continue reading

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