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[Post PC Era] Infographics: Microsoft’s Lost Glory

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Want to know what’s happening in the tech industry? Allow these three charts to tell you. The charts clearly show that the industry has experienced a massive change. Microsoft Windows used to dominate the tech world because of its presence in most desktop PCs around the world but times really have changed. Smartphones and tablets are more popular now and mobile industry will only continue to be more successful than ever. mehr »

Posted on Jul 22, 2013 in ALL NEWS, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals

Acer changes from Thunderbolt to USB 3.0

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Apple’s Thunderbolt technology may be really fast but Acer wants to get away from it and use USB 3.0 instead. The latter is cheaper but not exactly faster. Intel’s fastest data transfer technology was first used by Apple but Acer also joined the bandwagon. mehr »

Posted on Jul 17, 2013 in ALL NEWS, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals

[Kickstarter] Skymouse: Wireless mouse of the future

Skymouse

Reminding us of the Air Mouse by Thanko and the Levitating Mouse, the Skymouse uses motion control wirelessly. The concept is yet another Kickstarter project that I think has potential to get bigger. mehr »

Posted on Jul 17, 2013 in ALL NEWS, concepts, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals
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Samsung shows off NFC-enabled color laser printers

samsung nfc enabled color laser printer

Samsung is so busy these days. Its recent announcement is a series of NFC-enable printers. Near Field Communication on printers look promising as more and more NFC-powered gadgets are coming out. From your laptops or your phones, printing photos and documents would now be easier. mehr »

Posted on Jun 21, 2013 in ALL NEWS, Printing

[Kickstarter] 3Doodler: World’s First 3D Printing/Writing Pen

  3Doodler 3d printing pen 

3D Printing technology has a bright future. It’s up to us to take advantage of it and enhance the technology. One of the newest innovations is this 3Doodler said to be the first 3D printing pen in the world. mehr »

Posted on Jun 18, 2013 in ALL NEWS, concepts, Printing

Statial: Personalized 3D-Printed Mouse

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A company called Pyott Design has developed Statial, an adjustable mouse that can be personalized. The Statial mouse is made using a 3D printer. It’s not the main mouse as it uses an existing Logitech M100 mouse. It’s actually a special attachment printed depending on the “fit” of the user. mehr »

Posted on Jun 13, 2013 in ALL NEWS, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals, Printing
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Dreambox lets you print your 3D creation

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Its inventors call it the Dreambox. No, it’s not something you go inside to have your dreams fulfilled. It’s actually a 3D printing vending machine that brings 3D printing to the masses. It still is a concept but this one reminds me a lot of a traditional photobooth. mehr »

Posted on Jun 10, 2013 in ALL NEWS, concepts, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals, Printing

[Computex 2013] Acer Aspire R7 Star Trek edition

Acer Aspire R7 Star Trek edition

Acer is a bit sneaky this time. The Acer Aspire R7 gets a Star Trek edition for the geeks to enjoy. Yes, before Acer decided to make a Star Trek version, some guys were already saying it resembles the USS Enterprise. At the Computex 2013 this week, Acer showed off the special model, only 25 of which are manufactured and are now available for sale. mehr »

Posted on Jun 6, 2013 in ALL NEWS, laptops, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals

Elasto Plastic: Latest 3D Printing Material

3d elasto plastic printer

No doubt that 3D printers are here to stay. They still are expensive these days but as technology progresses, price will be cheaper. And as time goes by, they will improve rapidly even without our knowing. The latest enhancement is the of elasto plastic as 3D printing material. This plastic elastic can maintain its form even after being squeezed or stretched. mehr »

Posted on Jun 5, 2013 in ALL NEWS, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals, Printing
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Control your PC with air gesture via the Leap Motion Controller

 Leap Motion Controller 

The Leap Motion Controller is a tiny box that Windows 7 and Windows 8 users can use to control the computer without having to touch the keyboard or screen. The technology reminds me of what Tony Stark uses in Iron Man. mehr »

Posted on Jun 3, 2013 in ALL NEWS, Gadgets, PC Hardware, PC Peripherals

3D Printer saved an infant’s life

3D-printed tracheal splint

I know someday that 3D printer will be the standard. It’s not popular yet because it doesn’t come with an affordable price tag, at least not yet. I can’t emphasize enough how useful a 3D printer can be but one infant named Kaiba Gionfriddo could be saved by it. How? Kaiba was born with tracheobronchomalacia, a rare condition of a weak trachea. A 3D-printed tracheal splint was suggested as a solution by the University of Michigan researchers. mehr »

Posted on May 24, 2013 in ALL NEWS, Printing

NASA gets hungry, wants a 3D Food Printer for future space travels

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NASA will soon be using a 3D food printer to print food. What’s that? A food printer. It’s self-explanatory but I’m sure you’re finding this one weird. Systems & Materials Research Corporation’s Anjan Contractor won a $125,000 grant from NASA to complete a project that will result to a printer than can make a pizza mixing nutritional powers, water, and oil. mehr »

Posted on May 22, 2013 in ALL NEWS, Geek, Printing
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