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A Scottish girl's blog about the quality of her school meals had been getting a huge number of hits after news outlets around the world got hold of the story last month. Then her local council told her to stop. And that's when things really kicked off.
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The future of 3D food printing is closer than you might imagine. We've already seen printers that churn out chocolate delights, and we've read many more stories on 3D printed cakes, pasta, and cookies. But a burrito made by a 3D printer?
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Before we get to this juicy bit of news, let's get the standard disclaimer out of the way first: As with all such items that appear on the Internet and seem to contain a treasure trove of information that large corporations would rather we not have, it's
By Ryan FlemingProvided by
This E3 was light on big shocks. Most of the announcements were better looks at things we already knew were coming based on earlier announcements, or leaks that snowballed into common knowledge. There were a few exceptions though.
At the Sony press conference
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Father's Day 2012 is coming up fast. (Hint: It's Sunday, June 17). So now's the time to snag the best present Pop could dream of. Of course, these days, there are countless gadgets, gizmos, tools, and accessories to choose from — but that just
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Yesterday Apple opened the iOS 6 vault and plenty of the expected and unexpected came spilling out. While we've only begun to brush the surface of everything new to iOS 6, here's a quick look at the biggest changes hitting your phone this fall -- or if you get
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Ridley Scott's Prometheus arrived in theaters over the weekend, and like previous films by the Alien and Blade Runner director, future-world technology plays a big role in the universe his characters inhabit.
From suspended-animation stasis to flying drones that map
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The next frontier could be within reach. A private Dutch company recently announced its plants to colonize Mars, turning the red planet into an alternative society for humans. It's a bold plan, and one that comes at the same time and more and more
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If you have a LinkedIn profile, go change your password right now: A reported 6.5 million hashed and otherwise encrypted LinkedIn passwords have leaked onto the Web. And yours could be one of them.
Unfortunately for the professional social network (and its users), the
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It's finally time to pick up a new smartphone, but you're probably not sure how much data that you'll need on a month-to-month basis. We're here to help you figure out how much data various applications use every month, so that you can find the right data