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Kevin is a small-time tech hound, amateur photographer, and a general know-at-least-something of all things geeky hailing from New York.

Cadbury develops chocolate that weathers the summer heat better than you do

Cadbury invents a new kind of chocolate that does not melt at even over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Iris 3D printer makes models with paper and ink, won’t give you paper cuts

Mcor announces a new paper based 3D printer that also uses ink to color creations.

Raspberry Pi will get its own version of Minecraft

Raspberry Pi gets its own version of Minecraft and an official $25 camera add-on.

Radiation levels on Mars are safe for humans (and other things we didn't cover)

E-books track your reading, put XMBC on your Raspberry Pi, and other things we didn’t cover.

This new material could charge your phone while you breathe

Georgia Tech’s new piezoelectric material charges devices with tiny drips of static electricity.

Advanced Scrabble board live-streams tournaments, still counts questionable words

This ridiculously advanced Scrabble board brings tournament play to the Internet.

Faceshift uses the Kinect to bring your face and emotions into videogames

Faceshift uses the Kinect to translate your face and expression to a videogame avatar.

Oak Ridge Lab builds world's fastest computer, still can't divide by zero

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan Cray XK7 supercomputer takes the top supercomputer spot with 17.59 petaFLOPS of processing power

3D-printed bacon möbius strip looks delicious (and other things we didn’t cover)

A robotic prosthetic that cracks eggs, a throwable spy camera, and other things we didn’t cover.

Self-healing plastic could make your touchscreen less prone to scratches

Stanford scientists develop a new self-healing plastic skin that could also repair touchscreen devices.

Official 3D modeling tool finally comes to Kinect for Windows

Microsoft announces they are working on an official 3D modeling tool for Kinect.

How to talk like William Shatner (and other things we didn’t cover)

Translate Huttese to English, build with Lego for a living, and other things we didn’t cover.

Japan Display ditches the backlight with its new LCD

Japan Display introduces a new backlight-free display that shows color images and video.

You too can add inductive charging to your Galaxy Nexus

Who says you need a fancy new phone to get that newfangled wireless inductive charging feature? One hardware modder found a way to add inductive charging to a Galaxy Nexus.

Picade is an arcade cabinet shell for your Raspberry Pi

Pimoroni brings us an open, hackable arcade cabinet kit for the Raspberry Pi.