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cubes

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3D-milled ice cubes get brief, beautiful life

A Japanese creative agency applies "cutting-edge" technology to chunks of ice to create multidimensional mini sculptures best enjoyed over -- or in -- a cocktail.

By Apr. 16, 2014

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Juice Cubes: Rovio's cute take on a familiar puzzle game

Hands-on with the Angry Birds developers' own addictive spin on a match-three game.

By Jan. 24, 2014

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Tricksters pretend ice cubes in parcels are iPads (plan melts)

Two men hatch a risky ruse. They decide to pack ice cubes into parcels and insure them as if they were iPads. The idea is to collect the insurance money when the "iPads" aren't delivered.

By Aug. 12, 2013

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Sifteo's hot Cubes born of ubiquitous computing heritage

Known mainly as an innovative games platform, the San Francisco start-up's first product is aimed at fulfilling a 20-year-old vision of computers being everywhere and on every surface.

By Aug. 23, 2011

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A toast to robot cupcakes and ice cubes

The Fred & Friends ChillBots and YumBots make for a pair of fun robot-themed kitchen accessories that are safe for all to enjoy. The ChillBots produce four robot-shaped ice cubes, and the YumBots set consists of silicone baking bowls.

By Nov. 15, 2010

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Sifteo cubes promise revolutionary tabletop gameplay

Sifteo cubes, in development for more than two years, promise a revolutionary way for adults and kids to play tabletop games.

By Jan. 4, 2011

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Cool your drinks in cubes

Cube refrigerators by Siemens make storing your food a stylish activity

By May. 13, 2009

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Nissan Cube: A series of Cubes

The Nissan Cube has softened its Borg-style design cues to head for European shores. It still keeps the cool asymmetric rear window though

6 Images By Mar. 4, 2009

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Robotic cubes reunite on their own

Artificial intelligence helps them reassemble to form bigger bots

By Feb. 22, 2007

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Good to bad from tubes to cubes

IXOS goes from sleek design to disco gauche.

By Oct. 30, 2007