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Mini underwater sub raises $111K for amateur ocean exploration

Lumio hides a lamp inside the pages of a book, takes to Kickstarter (video)

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Last week, we stopped by the TechShop to check out Lumio, a lamp that's masquerading as a book. While you could probably make one of your own with a few trips to IKEA, we're rather taken with the idea of toting one of these around in our bags. Now,...
Lumio hides a lamp inside the pages of a book, takes to Kickstarter (video)

Cassidy: Silicon Valley's TechShop is a tinkerer's paradise - SiliconValley.com: http://bit.ly/aSBjMb via @addthis

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Cassidy: Silicon Valley's TechShop is a tinkerer's paradise - SiliconValley.com: http://bit.ly/aSBjMb via @addthis
In Which The Maker Faire Restores Your Humble Correspondent’s Faith In Humanity

DARPA invests $3.5M in TechShop to create pop-up weapons factories

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A fundamental tenet of the modern maker movement is that everyone wants to build something. Especially the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Today DARPA took a break from funding next-generation weapons systems, advanced hypersonic aircraft, and frickin’ laser beams to put $3.5 million into TechShop, the paradise for “inventors, makers, hackers,...
DARPA invests $3.5M in TechShop to create pop-up weapons factories

Reporters' Roundtable: New tools for inventors

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If you've got an idea for a product, there are new ways to bring it to market. Rafe Needleman talks with Yancey Strickler of Kickstarter and Jim Newton of TechShop about innovations in funding and prototyping. [Read more]...
Reporters' Roundtable: New tools for inventors

Amazon’s Junglee.com Goes Live In India As An “Advertising Service”; Our Take

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Well, looks like we were right about Amazon launching in India as Junglee.com: the site has gone live and features 120 million products from 14,000 brands, reports BGR India. What’s particularly interesting is the way Amazon has positioned it – as an advertising service for product ads, thereby acting as an aggregator for...
Amazon’s Junglee.com Goes Live In India As An “Advertising Service”; Our Take

TechShop CEO Mark Hatch on his Toshiba T1100 Plus and radio tech magic

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Every week, a new and interesting human being tackles our decidedly geeky take on the Proustian Q&A. This is the Engadget Questionnaire. In the latest installment of our high-tech queries, TechShop CEO Mark Hatch discusses annoying reboots, the ka-chunk of classic tech and much more. The full gamut of...
TechShop CEO Mark Hatch on his Toshiba T1100 Plus and radio tech magic
In 2013, here's why we'll seriously consider alternatives to higher-ed
Education: Eyeing Profits, Singularity University Tightens Grip on Student Startups

Inside NASA’s Space Apps Challenge [video]

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Over 2,000 people from 24 cities world-wide took part in NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, producing over 200 solutions using NASA data sets, over two days at the end of April. The ‘codeathon’ brought event together citizens who wanted to collectively address critical challenges. The idea is to use minimal...
Inside NASA’s Space Apps Challenge [video]
TechShop CEO Mark Hatch: "We have destroyed entrepreneurship in this country"

Inside TechShop: Where Entrepreneurs Get Their Hands Dirty And Build Million Dollar Companies

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When Jack Dorsey came up with the idea for his payment startup, Square, he offered his partner, James McKelvey a pretty sweet deal. McKelvey, who helped Dorsey come up with Square, could build the prototype credit card reader for Dorsey and get co-founder credit in the company, but he...
Inside TechShop: Where Entrepreneurs Get Their Hands Dirty And Build Million Dollar Companies

A Shop to Build Your Hit Product

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When Anton Willis moved into an apartment in San Francisco and had to put his fiberglass kayak in storage, the architect began experimenting with a kayak that could fold up. He turned that idea into reality this year at TechShop, a three-story workshop in the city outfitted with 3-D printers,...
A Shop to Build Your Hit Product
Homeless to hacker: How the Maker Movement changed one man's life

Distro Issue 88: TechShop makes its mark on American manufacturing

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There's a hackerspace in San Francisco that is equipping hardware startups with the tools they need to get up and running for a mere $125 per month. A brand new issue of our weekly visits TechShop to take a gander at the industrial revolution that includes the likes of...
Distro Issue 88: TechShop makes its mark on American manufacturing
Kickstarter and the view from the trenches of TechShop

Zero to Maker: At Least I’m Not Alone

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David Lang, something of a reluctant maker, is on a journey, intensively immersing himself in maker culture and learning as many DIY skills as he can, through a generous arrangement with our pals at TechShop. He’s regularly chronicling his efforts in this column — what he’s learning, who he’s meeting,...
Zero to Maker: At Least I’m Not Alone
The maker movement isn't just for hackers anymore
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