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At the University of Idaho, students can "print" practically anything they want thanks to this vending machine. "We want to be the Redbox of 3D printing," its creator says.
More proof the world is going Android crazy: the first Android theme bar has opened in Japan, while we could soon be threatened by a tidal wave of water-squirting robots.
It's an "in the wild" sort of show today: love on the bus, Zune-style; a Tesla in the wild; an anecdotal Netbook in the wild; and wild assumptions and paranoia about Internet tracking ensue as Rafe Needleman returns to BOL.
The new Quickplay feature offers immediate access to content users care about most, while the Smart DJ feature mimics Pandora. The lack of an app store is a bummer, however.
HP plans reign of ink from the cloud The company wants to move consumer printing away from PCs and onto the Web, shedding drivers along the way.
Financial markets will collapse, venture capitalists will cause a run on start-ups that will lead to even more financial collapses, and companies that try to disable their DRM servers will inevitably reverse that bad decision.
Microsoft may have catching up to do when it comes to digital music, but company deserves plaudits for making new features work with every Zune ever made.
The five reasons the Microsoft Zune has failed me
Bar owner Rufus Terrill has enlisted a rather odd-looking security guard to chase away prostitutes and drug dealers milling about his Atlanta tavern: an R2-D2-like robot called the "Bum Bot 2000."
Don't expect to see Microsoft-Yahoo trying to create the next MySpace. They're going to try to stake a claim to the ad market instead.