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Advantages of having a second monitor

You may be a professional programmer, or a designer trying to edit images and create videos. You also may be a simple user and for some reason you may be thinking of buying or simply using (in case you already have one) a second monitor. 318 more words

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Spring cleaning: Three ways to increase your computer's performance

That dreaded moment when you realize your once super-fast computer is now bogged down by renegade files, programs, and services is one we can all relate to. 624 more words

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Brains Anti-Distraction System Found

So once my Grandmother… oh wait sorry, I was distracted while typing. As it turns out I’m not the only one. But there is hope, two Psychologists at Simon Fraser University discovered an active suppression mechanism to help you focus on what you want and avoid being distracted by irrelevant background information.  400 more words

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Bye bye FuelBand.

Nike pulling out of the wearable sensors market…strange since this is the next big tech thing.  Tim Cook being on Nikes board… is the iWatch closer than we think? 7 more words

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Baby's First Steps Review

“Michelle is the Social Media & Client Coordinator with a passion for communication and the media. Having recently graduated with a degree in Mass Media, and a dream of one day becoming a broadcaster, Michelle brings a fresh take on all things news – technology, politics, and yes, even sports. 188 more words

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Pentagon Plastics: Design for injection moulding masterclass 2014

Pentagon Plastics visits 12th and 19th March 2014

All images are courtesy of Martyna Konopka and Chloe Fong.

Injection moulding is a fascinating technical area. It’s one we hear of constantly in the design world, and for most designers it’s the knee jerk response to the age old “how’s it made?” question when designing anything plastic (often without really thinking about if it really is the best way). 1,162 more words

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Reverse Engineering Products

The exercise of reverse engineering products involves taking things apart. Shown here is a simple Phillips Norelco Shaver (courtesy of Tristan Rose), displayed in a similar way to the mounted disassembled bike  1,436 more words

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