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Building exoskeletons to aid persons or animals is nothing new, and in recent years, we've seen numerous examples of them being built with the use of 3D printing. For those who need them, they ...
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Fri 3 Jul 15 from The Independent
Folks across the pond who have been anxiously waiting for Apple Pay to arrive should probably see it fit to mark their calendars because it appears that the payments service will soon be going ...
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Lawmakers in New Zealand have officially made it illegal to harass others and engage in hate speech through digital means. Otherwise known as cyberbullying, offenders who run afoul of the law ...
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With Windows 10 Microsoft is introducing a brand new web browser which is going to take over from Internet Explorer, a browser that many say is the best browser for downloading other, ...
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Fluffy clouds waft across a blue sky as you log in and while you chat with friends, Gospel music rings out: welcome to Facegloria, the social network for Brazilian Evangelicals.
Sat 4 Jul 15 from Phys.org
Having sold more than 70 million copies since 2011, the computer game Minecraft hardly needs further confirmation of its global popularity. But it got it on Saturday when 10,000 fans converged ...
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The counterfeiting of goods is a major worldwide problem that affects everything from Rolex watches to corn flakes. The Rémy Martin Club Connected Bottle combats the problem using NFC ...
Sat 4 Jul 15 from Gizmag
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