Run Java applications on your Windows computer.
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The $329 Behmor Connected Coffee Brewer boasts the guts of an SCAA-approved drip coffee maker melded with a Wi-Fi radio, plus Internet links and mobile app control all in the interest of creating better pots of java.
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With Ember Technologies' new Ember mug, you set the temperature of your beverage using an app on your phone.
No longer must your 3D-printed objects be bald. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University figure out how to 3D-print troll hair, brush bristles and horse tails.
Priced at $140 the fresh Bonavita BV1500TS is made to brew five cups pots of coffee at a time.
The beautifully designed code:deck playing cards from Varianto:25 prominently feature code in 13 different programming languages.
The Loom Launcher toys on Kickstarter include a series of rubber-band guns, but the real gems are the magic wands.