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Extreme Tech: 22 Devices That Go All Out

Check out these 22 devices that push the limits of technology in almost every way.

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Highest-Resolution Photo Printer Makes Microscopic Color Prints

This 100,000-dpi photo printer makes nano-sized full-color images on a canvas that's as wide as a human hair.

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The Byte Cellar Is the Ultimate Geek Dream Den

Check out Blake Patterson’s “Byte Cellar” room of 122 vintage computers, retro consoles, pocket PCs, and more.

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Powder Power! Pwdr Is an Open-Source 3D Powder Printer That You Can Build

Why powder your nose when you can powder your way to a whole universe of possibilities?

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A 3D-Printed Exoskeleton Made From Lego Plastic Changes Lives for Children

Metal exoskeletons are too heavy for disabled kids to use, so these researchers made a lightweight one, hot from the 3D printer.

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Is the Market for Personal Printers Dying?

Home and small business users are printing less while making wider use of the Web and offline print services.

Google Play $25 Credit Amps Android Downloads

Nexus 7 owners who get a nudge to go shopping at Google Play are finding many interesting and budget-priced apps available.

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Bring Back the 80s With This Modern Take on the Old Mixtape

Miss the old mixtapes? This upgraded, 3D-printed version from MakerBot looks just like the real thing, but holds your favorite MP3 playlist instead.

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Ben Heck Creates Portable, Autonomous 3D Printer, Makes DIY Community Jealous

If you want a 3D printer but are short on space, check out Ben Heck's 3D-printer-in-a-briefcase.

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Top 12 Tech Travel Gadgets

Make your time away from home go smoothly with these clever charging gadgets, camera accessories, diversions to keep the kids quiet, and more.

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Security Researchers Link Second Malware Program to Rogue Printing Incidents

A computer worm that propagates by exploiting a 2010 Windows vulnerability is responsible for some of the recent incidents involving network printers suddenly...

Toshiba Caves to Industry Pressure, Cancels Call for 'National No-Print Day'

Intended to be a green gesture, the event was canceled after a loud outcry from printing industry trade groups, which called it "ill-conceived."

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Malware Infection Forces Printers to Print Garbled Data, Researchers Say

Printers connected to Windows computers infected with new variants of a malware program called Trojan.Milicenso.