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Robot phlebotomist uses infrared, ultrasound, and computer vision to target veins. If it floated, it could work on the Death Star.
A three-way camera showdown pits two new Windows phones against the iPhone 5's gold standard.
A teacher decides that HomeSchooling-Paradise.com is the place to find interesting problems for her students. Unfortunately, the problems involve bloodsucking and dying from swallowing marbles.
Today's 404 podcast digest: Facebook music, 3D printers for ATM skimming, Shoot the Celebrity, and $10 Internet for low-income families via Comcast.
Microsoft's U.K. PR team sends out a tweet suggesting people should download the dead singer's "Back to Black" on Zune. Cynical or merely business?
Do open-source leeches help or hurt themselves by strip-mining open source?
Browser plug-in maker finally making a destination service with a potentially strong business model.
When you are an open source leech you should probably avoid calling other people names.
Some of the most ridiculous technology rumours have been collected together to provoke your giggles, on a guided tour through a jungle of fallacy and confusion. Just watch out for leeches
Much has been made of open-source disruption. But what does it take to be successful as a stand-alone open source company?