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Lego dominoes and an elaborate marble run power a fan-made kit that romps through physics concepts using a combination of imagination and Lego building skills.
The Typo2 keyboard case connects via Bluetooth to offer error-free typing.
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A ball with a crust, mantle and core just like the Earth itself might be the future of how boxers and anyone looking to get fit will train.
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Technically Incorrect: In a vigorous defense of the family to honor World Communications Day, Pope Francis offers the hope that humanity won't be dominated by technology.
The holidays are here, so why not grace your loved ones with the gift of productivity and the oh-so-lucrative physical copy. And because the overflowing printer shelves are so darn hard to parse these days, we've rounded up our favorites to make your shopping super-easy.