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EV3 robots are here

Robots Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, start your programming engines: Lego Mindstorms EV3 is here. The third full generation of Lego’s programmable robotics platform, EV3 is aimed at both enthusiasts — young and old — and educators, and blows past the previous generation with a long list of new features that add speed and power, intelligent programmability, and more …

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Google said to be considering a smart thermostat, again

Nest’s 2d-era sensible thermostat learns customers’ heating and cooling preferences over time. Whenever iciness rolls around, it’s exhausting not to think about residence power use — insulation does not appear to rather work, energy payments go up, and it still feels cold. It appears vitality can be on Google’s thoughts. In keeping with the information, the company reportedly has been …

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Apple and the iWatch conundrum

Apple and the iWatch Ever since the sixth-generation iPod Nano, lots of people have thought that Apple making its own branded watch is not merely a smart potential move but simply a matter of time. No matter what some have recently argued, I doubt, however, that today’s Apple is hungry enough to create the fabled iWatch device. I’ve been covering …

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All You need to Know about Investment Casting

Are you looking for investment casting? You may not be sure if you need it, a reason we will be taking a look at what it is first. What is Investment Casting? Investment casting is a popular manufacturing process through which a pattern made of wax is covered by refractory ceramic material. After the ceramic material gets hard, it transforms …

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Neptune Pine smartwatch excites, but only in theory

Neptune Pine smartwatch Run a Google search for smartwatch, and you’ll find quite a few choices out there. But many of these watches fall flat of actually delivering what a real geek wants: a timepiece with sexy specifications, a cool (and actually usable) interface, and total independence from a smartphone. Neptune Computer — a startup based in Montreal — is …

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