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This mind-blowing new 3-D printing technique is inspired by ‘Terminator 2​’

The Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology is shown at 7x speed. (Carbon3D, Inc.)

In an iconic scene in the movie “Terminator 2,” the robotic villain T-1000 rises fully formed from a puddle of metallic goo. 626 more words

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3Novices:Best Buy Will Accept Apple Pay In All U.S. Stores Later This Year

Back when Apple Pay was first launched, Best Buy wanted none of it. As a part of the MCX consortium, they were a part of an effort among retailers to build a mobile payments system of their own: CurrentC. 30 more words

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Sammich Pr0n - More Burger Than Bun

I bought a griddle iron, a thing to weigh down bacon and such like on a griddle to keep it from curling, and found it pretty useful as a burger patty flatten-er.   33 more words

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3Novices:Apple’s 61M iPhone Sales Lead Q2 2015 Hardware Performance

Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus continue their hit parade, building on a massive first quarter of 2015 with a very strong second quarter total of 61.2 million handsets sold. 46 more words

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3Novices:Apple Boasts Over 3,500 Apple Watch Apps Already Available

Apple CEO Tim Cook said on today’s company earnings call that there are over 3,500 apps available at launch for the Apple Watch, which is better than the 1,000 total that were ready for iPad when that device launched in April of 2010, and 7 times the 500 apps available when the iPhone’s App Store first debuted in July of 2008. 20 more words

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3Novices:Apple ‘Working Hard’ To Catch Up With Apple Watch Demand

Apple is “working very, very hard” to meet the strong demand for Apple Watch, Apple CFO Luca Maestri told Bloomberg Businessweek in the wake of its earnings call today. 49 more words

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Apple Boasts Over 3,500 Apple Watch Apps Already Available

Apple CEO Tim Cook said on today’s company earnings call that there are over 3,500 apps available at launch for the Apple Watch, which is better than the 1,000 total that were ready for iPad when that device launched in April of 2010, and 7 times the 500 apps available when the iPhone’s App Store first debuted in July 2008. 146 more words

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