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Titanium Printer Lets You Make Your Own Overpriced 3D-Printed Parts

A new 1 million dollar 3D printer prints titanium parts for your windowsill.

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iHop Pogo Stick Self-Balances, Makes Up for Lack of Coordination

This isn't a pancake restaurant chain--the iHop, a self balancing pogo stick, uses advanced technology to bounce and balance.

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No-Glasses 3D Tech Makes You Blink Really Fast

Real? Fake? A YouTube video shows a glasses-free 3D technology that simulates active-shutter 3D glasses by making your eyes blink rapidly.

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Researchers Create Software for Designing Genetic Circuits

Don't look for this on the App Store: Scientists are developing a software capable of creating genetic circuits.

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Intel Researchers Play With Lego Bricks in Cool Interactive Demo

Intel puts together 3-D object recognition software and Lego bricks for an technologically enhanced play-date.

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CES 2011: What's New in PC Components

GeekTech brings you the latest, the greatest, and most awesome components from CES 2011--everything from new processors to mammoth PC cases to massive storage!

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New Network Platform Offers Massive Speed

Speed is all it's about when it comes to winning or losing a game; the latest in networking platforms offers stellar speed

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New Creative Gaming Headset Has 50mm Drivers, No Wires

Creative's new wireless gaming headset works with a variety of games like WoW and other role playing games.

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MediaTek To Demonstrate World's First SOC Complete 3D Solution

The worlds first system-on-a-chip complete 3D solution will be demonstrated this week at CES

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New Lexar Flash Drives Pack a Lot Into a Tiny Package

Lexar announces 128GB flash drives with high speed and high security.

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New Alloy Could Make Components Less Expensive

Electronics may get a new metal: Scientists have created a palladium-like alloy using nanotechnology.

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3D-Printed Flute Is Here; 3D-Printed Stradivarius Next

Just when you thought it'd be tough to top 3D-printed cars, food, robots, and glassware, MIT researchers created a 3D-printed flute.

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1000-Core Processor Eats Quad-Core CPUs For Lunch

A new, 1000-core processor is about to revolutionize the chip world.

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Make Your Own Flash Code With Wonderfl

Play with Flash animations or build your own with this awesome site.

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Student-Made Device Could Bring Clean Water to the World

A device built by University of Washington students could help provide clean drinking water to some of the poorest countries in the world for less than $4 each.

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