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Fully functional 114-part tape measure 3D printed in one print run

An aeromechanical engineer has managed to design and 3D print a fully functional, fully assembled tape measure.

By March 23, 2014

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Brooklyn's treasure trove of used high-end audio

The Audiophiliac drops by Stereo Buyers, where they sell all vintages and types of quality audio on the Internet.

By September 4, 2013

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OS X EULA changes allow installation on all of your Macs

If you've wondered about whether you can install your one purchase of OS X Lion on all of your Macs, the answer is simple: you can.

By March 7, 2012

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Go on, you know you wanna smell this robot armpit

Kevin Grennan loves stinky machines. The London designer's armpit robot explores how smell can change the human-robot dynamic.

By June 29, 2011

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Reporters' Roundtable: Why are license agreements so convoluted?

Just what are you agreeing to when you click on a license agreement on a software app or Web site? Today we discuss EULAs, TOSes, AUPs, and other contracts you sign when you use tech. Our guest: Attorney Gabriel Ramsey of Orrick.

By June 10, 2011

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Cisco throws networking into OpenStack cloud

The networking giant is actively working with the open-source community to make cloud networking more efficient and dynamic.

By April 10, 2011

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VMware on the cloud and virtualization (Q&A)

VMware cloud executive dishes on how the company thinks about private cloud, virtualization, and what problems customers need to solve.

By December 23, 2010

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Google Apps Premier SLA credit and commitment to communication

Google appears to be taking their apps services seriously. Finally.

By August 27, 2008

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On Call: Go ahead and jailbreak, it's legal now

Thanks to a recent U.S. Copyright Office decision, iPhone owners can legally jailbreak their iPhones. CNET's cell phone reviews editor welcomes the news.

By July 27, 2010

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Feds say mobile-phone jailbreaking is OK

Jailbreaking your iPhone or other mobile devices will no longer violate federal copyright law, thanks to a new ruling that updates the 1998 DMCA.

By July 26, 2010