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food

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XYZprinting Food Printer

XYZPrinting debuts at CES 2015 its first Food Printer, a 3D printer that can print out food items, such as cookies or cake decos. All you have to do is bake the printed object and enjoy it.

By January 4, 2015

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Food Cycle Science Food Cycler: Home

This luxurious in-home composter promises to recycle your food waste in a matter of hours.

By February 28, 2014

MSRP: $499.00

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Blendtec Connect Food Preparation System

Yep, it'll blend -- and now it has an app, too.

By March 7, 2015

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Cuisinart Velocity Ultra Trio 1-HP Blender/Food Processor with Travel Cups

Cuisinart's $149 blender-and-food-processor-in-one is sure to cut down on countertop clutter.

By March 7, 2015

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Google's new goal: Make everything work together

The search giant has found a new purpose in all our lives: Bringing together the various products and services we use to work together as easily as possible.

By May 28, 2015

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How to make your own Lego gummy stackable snacks

These Lego gummy candies that you can easily make yourself remind us how fun it is to play with our food.

By May 26, 2015

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Getting started with Google Photos

Finally, the photos app you've been waiting for.

By May 30, 2015

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3D-printed food, robot arms and more at the 3D Printshow London (pictures)

Check out the lovingly extruded marvels and wonder at the many ways 3D printing is set to change our lives. Plus a life-size, 3D-printed Paul McCartney.

29 Images By May 21, 2015

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Google adds food ordering to search, and Uber's hungry for Nokia maps

The search giant battles Yelp with food delivery shortcuts, Uber reportedly wants to buy Nokia's Here maps, and 2.1 million people are stuck in the world of AOL dial-up.

By May 8, 2015

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Google adds food ordering to search, and Uber's hungry for Nokia maps

The search giant battles Yelp with food delivery shortcuts, Uber reportedly wants to buy Nokia's Here maps, and 2.1 million people are stuck in the world of AOL dial-up.

By May 8, 2015