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The global 3D printing market will be worth $8.4 billion in four years, analysts are predicting...
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Cree Gen3 A19 bulb
At long last, Cree is capitalizing on the phase-out of incandescent bulbs by releasing a new low-price ($8) LED bulb that, near as dammit, has the same silhouette as the standard A19 incandescent bulb that you bought at Walmart last week. This new Cree bulb doesn't just look different, however -- this is a brand-new third-generation design....
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Websites Will Soon Push App-Style Notifications at You

What some call the smartphone era might better be termed the notification era.

The pop-up windows that inform you of a new message or tweet have become a central part of using mobile devices. And wearable devices such as Google Glass and the Apple Watch have been designed largely as conduits for

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The compact Dell Inspiron 20 touch PC fits as well in your kitchen or living room as in your office. It's on sale right now for just $511, a sizable 30% off the usual price and the lowest we've seen yet. Plus get a 3G/4G mobile internet USB stick with free data for just $30 from FreedomPop....
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Investors in the social network will forgive losses or poor growth, but they want evidence that Twitter is becoming more popular...
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A European project has equipped some elderly people’s homes with technology including telepresence robots.

Youngsters aren’t the only ones who get the latest high-tech gadgets. Sometime in the next decade or two, homebound retirees could be early adopters of an important new technology: t

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Palaeontology: Girls and boys come out to playTo have and to hold
SEX is ubiquitous, but sexual intercourse is not. On dry land, it is more or less de rigueur. Sperm and eggs risk dessication otherwise. Mammals, birds and reptiles do it. Insects do it. Even snails do, it—firing darts at each other as part of the preliminaries. But many creatures live in the oceans, and a lot of them simply b...
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IT IS not quite do-it-yourself IVF, but it is close. An INVOcell, brainchild of Claude Ranoux of INVO Bioscience, in Medford, Massachusetts, is a device that allows a woman employing it to use her own body as an incubator for the embryos she hopes to have implanted, rather than relying on a machine to do the job. Several trials have suggested it...

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We've become so overexposed to technology that the extraordinary is now very, very ordinary, says Willard Foxton...
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iPad Air 2, slanted
This morning, the first reviews of the iPad Air 2 started to roll off the presses. If you want me to save you 10 minutes, here's a summary: The iPad Air 2 is a thinner and lighter version of its predecessor, the first iPad Air. Yes, the camera is better -- but it's still not as good as the iPhone 5S or 6. Yes, it now has a Touch ID sensor, which...
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