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Plan B: An Open Source 3D Printer That Creates Detailed 3D Models Using Old Printer Parts

Plan B: An Open Source 3D Printer That Creates Detailed 3D Models Using Old Printer Parts

3D printers are becoming very much popular. Every 3D printers, now-a-days, equip new parts and they create some superb 3D models. But, Yvo de Haas has created Plan B, an open source 3D printer that lets people print solid plastic objects by binding a thin layer of plastic powder with an old printer head.

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3DPrinterOS: World’s First Open 3D Printing OS, Rules All Other 3D Printers

3DPrinterOS: World’s First Open 3D Printing OS, Rules All Other 3D Printers

3D printers are now becoming common. In fact, they are becoming a great helpful to us. But not all the 3D printers run on the same OS and there are some 3D printers that are quite complex to run. Hence, many people become disinterested using them. But lately, engineers have built 3DPrinterOS, the world’s first open 3D Printing OS that is able to rule all other 3D printers.

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runScribe: A New Device That Helps Wearer Run Better, Smarter And Safer

runScribe: A New Device That Helps Wearer Run Better, Smarter And Safer

Now a days, wearable devices or things are getting smarter. Earlier we have seen so many smart wearable things. Now, there’s a new Kickstarter project called runScribe, which is actually a tiny sensor that attaches to wearer’s shoes and will help him/her run better, smarter and safer.

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Microsoft May Unveil Windows 9 On September 30, Possibly To Feature One-click Upgrade Button

Microsoft May Unveil Windows 9 On September 30, Possibly To Feature One-click Upgrade Button

Microsoft’s upcoming OS is Windows 9. At present, it is being heard that Microsoft may unveil Windows 9 on September 30. Besides, rumor is swirling around that Windows 9 may feature one-click upgrade button.

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Swiss Starup Noonee Launches A ‘Wearable Chair’ To Sit Anywhere

Swiss Starup Noonee Launches A ‘Wearable Chair’ To Sit Anywhere

Swiss startup Noonee brings the ultimate chair solutions as they offer wearable mechatronic technology based chair which lets you to sit anywhere without a chair.

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SpaceX’s Falcon 9R Rocket Explodes After Launch, Reason Malfunction

SpaceX’s Falcon 9R Rocket Explodes After Launch, Reason Malfunction

SpaceX has seen so many successes in launching rockets as test flight. But last Friday, one of SpaceX’s Falcon 9R rocket has seen an explosion over Texas during a test flight. According to SpaceX engineers, the explosion occurred due to malfunction.

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Researchers Made Transparent Solar Cells That Could Cover Windows, Smartphone To Produce Solar Energy

Researchers Made Transparent Solar Cells That Could Cover Windows, Smartphone To Produce Solar Energy

To have solar energy, you are required to have solar cell. Until now, the solar cells that we have seen are nontransparent. But now, researchers in Michigan State University in the US, have developed transparent solar cells that can be used to cover windows, buildings or smartphone screens to produce solar energy.

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Student Develops Inexpensive Solar-powered Lens That Purifies Polluted Water

Student Develops Inexpensive Solar-powered Lens That Purifies Polluted Water

Seems like solar-powered devices have inspired students to do some innovative things. Lately, a university student in the US has developed an inexpensive solar-powered lens that can purify polluted water.

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‘Drinkable’ 200-year-old Bottle Of Booze Discovered From Shipwreck

‘Drinkable’ 200-year-old Bottle Of Booze Discovered From Shipwreck

Researchers love to explore new things from different places. Two month ago, a group of researchers discovered a bottle of alcohol from a ship wreckage at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. After analyzing the bottle, they found that the was actually 200-year-old and it was filled with Booze (one kind of alcohol) which was still ‘drinkable.’

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[Current No.1] Circle The Dot: Trap The Blue Dot Before It Escapes

[Current No.1] Circle The Dot: Trap The Blue Dot Before It Escapes

Circle The Dot is super addictive but pretty simple game which is currently hitting the first place of iOS App Store. Walk through the game, you have to surround the BLUE dot within a circle made by ORANGE dot and it seems almost impossible.

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Big Tab: The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Unveiled By Fuhu

Big Tab: The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Unveiled By Fuhu

Now a days, tablet makers have inclined to invent bigger tablets. Until now, we have seen many bigger screen tablets. But lately, Fuhu, the company that builds child-focused gadgets, has unveiled two of the world’s biggest Android tablets.

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Sony Launched Xperia M2 Aqua, A Mid-range Waterproof Phone

Sony Launched Xperia M2 Aqua, A Mid-range Waterproof Phone

Japanese electronics company Sony has a knack for producing waterproof devices. Following that trend, last Tuesday, Sony launched Xperia M2 Aqua, a water- and dust-resistant version of its mid-range smartphone, Xperia M2.

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Popular Email App Mailbox Finally Launched For Desktop

Popular Email App Mailbox Finally Launched For Desktop

Mailbox is one of the most popular email apps. It is owned by Dropbox. However, recently this popular email app has been launched for desktop.

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FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

According to a new report by a respected international research group, armed groups in Syria have an estimated several hundred portable anti-aircraft missiles that could easily be diverted to extremists and used to destroy commercial planes. After knowing this, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has banned the U.S. airlines from flying over Syria.

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Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps is one of the most widely used mapping service applications people use. Often, people take help of Google Maps to go from one place to another. But do you know that Google Maps can keep each record of people’s movement?

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