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July 11, 2014

Sony and Microsoft Are Selling Some Pretty Cheap Video Games (for Last-Gen)

This is just a public service announcement for you gamers out there. If you own a PlayStation 3 or a Vita, you can save quite a bit of money by heading over to the PSN Store right now. I mean right now. Why? It’s Flash Sale time, and Sony has 28 games priced at an ultra-reasonable 99 cents.

Some of the goodies I see include:

Worms Revolution Thomas Was Alone Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD Dino Crysis and Dino Crysis 2 Twisted Metal Black Syphon Filter, Syphon Filter [...]
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July 11, 2014

Turn Your iPad into a 3D Scanner with Itseez3D

As 3D printing has become a more viable pastime for the technologically inclined, there’s a similarly growing need for quick, easy, and accurate 3D modeling. To address that need, last week computer vision firm Itseez released a new, free iPad app that provides users a quick and painless way to make 3D renderings of everyday objects.

The concept behind Itseez3D is simple: activate the app and walk around the object you want to scan. From there, the app offloads the work of [...]

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July 11, 2014

Amazon Seeks FAA Exemption to Test Delivery Drones

Not long after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officially banned the use of civilian drones except for hobbyists who can keep the flying robot in sight, Amazon has filed a petition for an exemption for its own proposed drone delivery program. The petition was filed two days ago to FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta, and looks to make a compelling case as to why Amazon should be allowed to take to the skies to bring you the DVDs you ordered a half an hour ago.

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July 11, 2014

After Samsung Z’s Latest Delay, is Tizen DOA?

About a month ago, Samsung announced the Samsung Z, its first smartphone running Tizen, the Linux-based mobile OS that it had a hand in developing. Set to debut in Russia in Q3 2014, new reports say that Samsung has pushed the phone’s release back. Considering that Android, iOS, and even Windows Phone have their adherents already, does Tizen even stand a chance at this point?

According to WSJ’s tech blog, Digits, the Z was supposed to have its official launch yesterday at Moscow’s [...]

 
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July 11, 2014

Google’s Project Tango is Heading Into Space

In almost all science fiction stories, there are little autonomous spheres that go around and do things for people. It’s just how the genre works. NASA’s project SPHERES (Synchronized, Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites) seems to have made that a reality.

SPHERES is a project that’s been in the works for seven years, the goal of which is to make a robot that would be able to assist astronauts on the ISS (International Space Station). For a while, all the [...]

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