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Controller board for 3D printers emphasizes expandability, gives nod to Sun God

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Is your 3D printer's standard feature set lacking? Maybe Elefu's Kickstarter-funded custom controller board can help. Dubbed Ra (think ancient Egyptian god), the project places a focus on expandability and carries a roster of I/O options including camera triggers and fans. The ATMega2560-based system allows for computer-free printing by...
Controller board for 3D printers emphasizes expandability, gives nod to Sun God

London School of Fashion exhibition shows 3D-printed fashions

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See shoes, glasses and jewelry from designers creating fashions using 3D printers--and see them being created. An new exhibition at the London College of Fashion's Fashion Space Gallery shows designers exploring digital print in fashion and the potential of 3D printing as a tool for design. A 3D ring...
London School of Fashion exhibition shows 3D-printed fashions
Moon bases could be 3D-printed from lunar soil

HP teams with Google to give connected printers their own email address

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HP teams with Google to give connected printers their own email address

8 Gorgeous Examples Of Tech Design

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We love it when a product works as advertised. The only thing better is when it looks great at the same time. Industrial designers are obsessed with making objects that are simeltaneously beautiful and functional. Here are some of our favorites in recent memory.MakerBot Replicator 2 MakerBot's been producing quality...
8 Gorgeous Examples Of Tech Design

Engadget's back to school guide 2012: printers

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Welcome to Engadget's back to school guide! The end of summer vacation isn't nearly as much fun as the weeks that come before, but a chance to update your tech tools likely helps to ease the pain. Today, we have printers on our minds and on our desks --...
Engadget's back to school guide 2012: printers

If you're a tech geek who can write, email us -- we're hiring

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Do you tinker with Arduino boards or 3D printers in your spare time? Do Moore’s law and Dunbar’s number frequently come up in your conversations?  When you think of clouds, do you think about cumulus or Amazon? Some tech sites want their reporters to debate the merits of iOS vs Android; we want...
If you're a tech geek who can write, email us -- we're hiring

Selling Ink To The Inkless World

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Selling Ink To The Inkless World: Quentin Hardy for The New York Times takes a look at HP's tough road ahead: Printer cartridges were once responsible for over 90 percent of H.P.'s profits, but they face increasing competition from lower-price suppliers. Consumers are also using their printers less because many...
Selling Ink To The Inkless World

Kodak To Sell Document Imaging Business To Brother For $210 Million

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Brother, a Japanese-based document imaging company, has bought Kodak’s imaging business for $210 million according to a company release. Kodak sought bankruptcy protection in January 2012 and has been restructuring itself since. The document imaging side of the company – namely a portfolio of professional scanners, capture software, and services...
Kodak To Sell Document Imaging Business To Brother For $210 Million
Staples wants to sell you your first 3D printer

Inhabitat's Week in Green: LED wine sellar, a 'Breathing Bike' and 3D-printed embryonic stem cells

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For years, the potential of 3D printing has made tech geeks drool, but now we're finally starting to see the technology graduate from a mere novelty into a highly useful tool. Take, for example, the story of the 5-year-old boy who was born without fingers on his right hand...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: LED wine sellar, a 'Breathing Bike' and 3D-printed embryonic stem cells

Samsung to issue firmware fix for printer security flaw on Friday

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Samsung Electronics will close a security hole in the firmware of some of its printers by issuing an update on Friday, and said they could be protected by disabling SNMP....
Samsung to issue firmware fix for printer security flaw on Friday

Facebook IPO, Tons of New Cameras, and Inkjets for Business on PCWorld Podcast #131

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Facebook makes a lot of money, and wants to make more by going public. Also, did you inkjet printers may be better than lasers for small business?...
Facebook IPO, Tons of New Cameras, and Inkjets for Business on PCWorld Podcast #131

CHART OF THE DAY: Remember Printers?

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CHART OF THE DAY: Remember Printers?

Visualized: a tour of Ben Heck's lab (video)

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We've been following Ben Heck since the days of the Atari 800 laptop, so we jumped at the chance to take a look at the modder extraordinaire's shop in Madison, WI. As expected, the place is jam-packed with industrial tools, 3D printers and half-finished pinball machines. Check out where...
Visualized: a tour of Ben Heck's lab (video)

3-D printer for manufacturing human tissue and organs

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A pair of companies have developed a bio-printer that works just like a regular 3-D printer but instead of using polymer, it uses human tissue to print out skin, blood vessels, and livers. To start with, only simple tissues, such as skin, muscle and short stretches of blood vessels, will...
3-D printer for manufacturing human tissue and organs

PRO: How emerging technologies will influence collaboration

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Workplaces are changing because of trends like BYOD and gamification. But other emerging technologies are also altering not only what our work and space look like but also how we collaborate on that work. This piece delves into the different types of collaboration to provide a baseline of concepts. It...
PRO: How emerging technologies will influence collaboration
New 'Lulz Liberator' pistol proves guns can be made on cheap 3D printers
Airbnb for 3D printing, Makexyz links designers to local printer owners

Today's Scuttlebot: Star Trails and Sculpture Scans

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Monday's selection includes artists scanning sculptures in the Metropolitan Museum of Art for reproduction with 3-D printers and what the chief executive of Nasdaq did during the Facebook stock offering....
Today's Scuttlebot: Star Trails and Sculpture Scans

Kodak to shutter digital camera production this year

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This year has not been a kind one for Kodak. Last month, the photography pioneer announced that it was filing for bankruptcy (and suing Samsung, incidentally), and now the company has let it be known that it will be dropping out of the digital camera business -- and then...
Kodak to shutter digital camera production this year
Inside The Brand New Makerbot Retail Store
How 3D printing is helping to change science for the better

HP's new all-in-one printer adds more to that 'all', turns into a WiFi hotspot

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While all-in-one printers usually tote print, copy, scan and fax capabilities, we're hardly ones to complain if we get something more. The aptly-named HP Hotspot LaserJet Pro M1218nfs also crams in a WiFi hotspot -- opening up the world wide web for access on up to eight devices at...
HP's new all-in-one printer adds more to that 'all', turns into a WiFi hotspot

Buy New Tech and Pay No Taxes on Your Purchase

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If you're a lucky resident in one of eight select states, you'll have a chance to buy laptops, printers, software, and more in August without paying any taxes. Here are the details....
Buy New Tech and Pay No Taxes on Your Purchase

3-D printers could bring manufacturing to your home office

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LAS VEGAS -- When Ford wants to try out a new transmission part, an engineer sends a digital blueprint of the component to a computer, and what happens next once seemed like the stuff of science fiction. Read full article >>...
3-D printers could bring manufacturing to your home office
Here's How Anyone Can Use 3D Printing To Make Money

China phone manufacturing from January to July grows 3.4% year-on-year to 621m units

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China churned out an impressive 621 million handsets from the beginning of the year through July, up 3.4 percent from the same period last year, a government agency has reported. DigiTimes compiled the statistics from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). In addition to handsets, Chinese makers produced 127...
China phone manufacturing from January to July grows 3.4% year-on-year to 621m units

HP shows OfficeJet 150 portable all-in-one printer, more

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HP also introduced two new printers in Shanghai, with the portable all-in-one OfficeJet 150 and the Photosmart 5520 e-All-in-One. The former is the headliner, as it's meant to be taken along on trips with notebooks. It can print, scan, and copy letter-sized pages and has a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery.......
HP shows OfficeJet 150 portable all-in-one printer, more

A gun made on a 3D printer has been fired - let's look at this in perspective | Alex Hern

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It won't herald an age of widespread weapon ownership, but it does illustrate the impact these printers will have on our livesThe world's first gun made almost entirely with a 3D printer has been successfully fired in the US. But it's not going to herald an age of widespread weapon...
A gun made on a 3D printer has been fired - let's look at this in perspective | Alex Hern
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