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A printer like never before

A printer like never before

For users, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is a printer like never before and for experts, it is a printer that will finally make miniaturization of printers effective. This robotic printer is a kickstarter project that was planned for allowing people to always have a petite robotic printer on their desk. The printer is crowd funded by Zuta Labs and is expected to be launched by the beginning of 2015. Individuals interested to have this robotic printing machine on their desk can consider pledging $180 and reserving one of the first pieces to be manufactured. If they fail to reserve,…

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Adobe announces Lightroom Mobile for iPad and iPhone

Adobe announces Lightroom Mobile for iPad and iPhone

After a lot of requests from its users, Adobe is finally bringing Lightroom to mobile devices, starting with iPad and later on iPhone. Lightroom mobile app allows users to work with photos from their gallery just like what they can do on the desktop version. Lightroom mobile automatically syncs with Lightroom 5 on the desktop to transfer all of your edited photos from mobile to desktop without the hassle of using USB cable connection. Adobe also added Creative Cloud subscription to its Lightroom mobile app. If you want to use the synchronize feature, you have to subscribe to the Creative…

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3D DNA mug shots to nab criminal

3D DNA mug shots to nab criminal

Criminals may find it harder to get away with their crimes because their faces may now be generated if they leave any DNA trace behind in the crime scenes. 3D maps can now be created to show from different angles, exactly how a crime suspect could look. The application was developed at Penn State University by a team led by Mark Shriver. For the purpose of development and experimentation, 600 volunteers were enlisted. All these volunteers were of mixed West African and European ancestry. 3D images were created for each face and from these images a mesh of 7,000 points…

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HP 3D printers coming this year

HP 3D printers coming this year

According to HP CEO Meg Whitman, the company would make a big announcement related to 3D printing and its future at HP in June this year. It looks like HP is finally getting its hands on the 3D printer industry which means that every casual household family or users can have a 3D printer for themselves. It was said that HP was facing some serious problems regarding 3D printing and the implementation of this technology. The CEO said that HP has addressed most of the issues and now it is time to move on to the 3D space. At first,…

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MakerBot powers ahead with 3D printer

MakerBot powers ahead with 3D printer

The majority of the 3D printers available currently are capable of delivering satisfactory results when used for creating small knick-knacks. However, for people looking for sizable 3D print-outs, only MakerBot has a feasible option. The company has powered ahead with its Replicator Z18 3D printer, a perfect device for printing bigger three dimensional structures. On Wednesday MakerBot announced that this new product is now available on pre-order and they are now shipping the MakerBot Replicator 3D printer. It is believed that this MakerBot creation will cause a revolution in the 3D printing industry. The Replicator Z18 is expected to have…

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Instagram app redesigned for Android

Instagram app redesigned for Android

Instagram users on Android can now be happier as Instagram has just launched a new version 5.1 of its Android app on Google Play Store. The new version provides a whole new look and feel and a total makeover of the previous Instagram app. The announcement of the new update came out on Instagram blog and shortly after people realized the new update has come with great changes and reported them on the internet. The biggest change in the newest update is the UI that is totally redesigned to feel more flat and inherited with the looks of Android KitKat…

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Google+ app for Android gets big update

Google+ app for Android gets big update

Google has updated its Google+ app for Android that makes the app even more powerful than before. The new update brings two of the biggest addition of features including new ways to edit photos and do browsing on the app. According to a Google employee Todd Kennedy, the app was meant to provide the end users with more flexibility in using the Google+ app for other purposes as well. The new update will allow the users more options to edit and update their photos before uploading them and will also allow them to view them in different styles. The update…

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500px updated its app to enable photo uploading from device

500px updated its app to enable photo uploading from device

500px also known as (five hundred pixels) is an amazing app for both Android and iOS, if you’re a person who admires beautiful and breathtaking pictures. It’s a community for all the photographers out there who loves to take pictures and want to share them online and would like to receive some appreciation for their work or want their work to get recognized. The only downside to the 500px is that you can only upload your pictures through a regular web interface. 500px The developers of 500px have updated their app for iOS which will let you upload your pictures…

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Google+ Photo Editor updated with HDR and zoom functionality

Google+ Photo Editor updated with HDR and zoom functionality

Google has now added some more functionality to their Google+. Normally you will see functions like that only inside a social app such as Instagram where you can crop, edit and add effects to your pictures before uploading them, so Google will now let you edit your pictures on the browser with the help of Google+ Photo Editor. For now there are two options available on the browser, one is called HDR scape and the other is called Zoom. These updates about the new Google+ Photo Editor were announced by Andre Mayer on his Google+ on 7th February. What HDR scape does…

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New printing system employs reusable paper and water as ink

New printing system employs reusable paper and water as ink

Printers have become notorious over the years for not being very environment-friendly, and one of the main reasons for that are the use of ink and the monstrous waste of paper. These two points are about to be solved, Txchnologist writes, as scientists in China have proposed a new type of rewritable paper that will use an entirely different kind of material as ink: a material commonly known to us all as water. Yes, you heard it well, it’s a water-jet printer. Professor Sean Zhang of the Jilin University, together with his team, expressed their concern over the detrimental effect…

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