3D Printed Liver Cleans Blood

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The field of 3D printing is growing rapidly and in some respects it is achieving things that just wouldn’t have been possible a number of years ago.  Nanoengineers at the University of California in San Diego, US have recently developed a 3D-printed device that closely resembles the human liver.  It is designed to remove dangerous […]

ATM’s Could Soon Spray Thieves With Hot Liquid Chemicals

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It seems like I’ve seen a lot of news items lately regarding ATM’s getting robbed all over the world. While they may seem like a pretty tempting target for criminals since they don’t fight back or give them any “real” trouble, ATM’s might not be so simple to break into in the future. It turns […]

OpenBSD 5.5

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OpenBSD 5.5, the latest version of the free, multi-platform UNIX-like operating system with focus on proactive security and integrated cryptography, has been released: “This is a partial list of new features and systems included in OpenBSD 5.5: time_t is now 64 bits on all platforms; from OpenBSD 5.5 onwards, OpenBSD is year 2038-ready and will […]

This Woman Spent $15,000 to Look Good in Selfies

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What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever spent a huge amount of money on? A gigantic TV? A video game system? A motorcycle? Diamond jewelry? While “expensive” is a bit of a relative term anymore, I think most of us would agree that $15,000 isn’t exactly pocket change. (Unless your last name is Buffet or Gates). […]

You Look At Your Mobile 100 Times per Day

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Consumers pick up their phones a whopping 100 times a day, according to new research released this week. US software company Mobile Posse, which provides mobile home and lock screen messaging, has teamed up with Phoenix Marketing International to create a report and infographic detailing mobile consumer usage behaviours. The profound impact of smartphones has […]

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