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The Food Printer proves 3D printing in cookie dough tastes better than plastic

The Food Printer from XYZ Printing will cost $1,800.

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Microsoft, US face off again over emails stored in Ireland

A dispute between Microsoft and the U.S. government over turning over emails stored in a data center in Ireland comes up for oral arguments in an appeals court in New York on Wednesday.

AKG and Quincy Jones produce an exquisite pair of headphones

The AKG N90Q headphones use ultrasound technology to custom calibrate their audio reproduction for whomever is wearing them.

100 LEDs on JBL's water-resistant Splash 2 Bluetooth speaker dance to the music

Link a series of Splash 2's together and they'll play the same music and light show.

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Cut the cord and leave cable TV behind

Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.

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10 signs you play too many mobile games

If you spend more time raiding villages in Clash of Clans than watching your kids, you might have a problem.

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How Watchup became the Wii U’s sixth streaming-video app

In the Wii U’s paltry video app lineup, Watchup’s approach to streaming the news fills a specific role.

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Netatmo expands its Weather Station with instruments to measure rain and wind speed

You can now assemble an inexpensive meteorological station right in your backyard.

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Panasonic Nubo security cam uses 4G and battery power to work anywhere

Is it a Nest Cam killer? The Nubo is packed with features, and even gives you security vision when you're on the road, and without a WiFi connection.

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Secure your fortress with the Internet of Things

Here's how bringing the Internet of Things into your home can help you keep danger at bay.

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The 10 coolest, fantastical, and most powerful PC reveals of IFA 2015

We saw a stunning array of new hardware at IFA 2015, fueled in large part by the recent releases of Windows 10 and Intel's Skylake. Feast your PC-enthusiast eyes here.

Netatmo adds instruments for tracking wind speed and rainfall to its Weather Station kit

These devices are relatively inexpensive, but you'll need to have Netatmo's $149 Weather Station in order to put them to work.

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AMD Radeon R9 380 review: The best $200 graphics card you can buy for 1080p gaming

A little bit of extra oomph in the clock speeds help make it the most enticing option for mainstream gamers today.

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Razer's Diamondback revival is the most gorgeous mouse we've ever seen

The ultra-portable Orochi notebook mouse also gets a refresh with better battery life and Chroma lighting.

3D printing in cookie dough

A food printer that can print cookies and pizzas will go on sale next year for $1,800.

Even encrypted medical record databases leak information

A new study from Microsoft researchers warns that many types of databases used for electronic medical records are vulnerable to leaking information despite the use of encryption.

Panasonic adopts OLED tech to build its new flagship 4K TV

The 65-inch TX-65CZ950 is the first 4K TV to gain the coveted THX certification.

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Panasonic expands the feature set of its Nubo home-security camera

Equipped with both 4G and ZigBee radios, recording can be triggered by remote sensors as well as by motion.

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Mozilla releases first public Firefox for iOS preview

Mozilla hopes to have its version of Firefox for iOS devices out by the end of the year as part of its push to grow its share of mobile traffic.

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Amazon snaps up Elemental to boost video on AWS

Amazon will acquire Elemental Technologies in a bid to enrich the video capabilities of its AWS cloud service, the company announced Thursday.

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Ex-Tesla engineer could face prison for hacking former manager's email, FBI says

A former Tesla engineer could face five years in prison for allegedly accessing his former manager's email and pilfering employee evaluations that he shared with other workers.