4D technology set to change how things are made
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The focus is on subreddit merch, but technically any redditor can make anything.
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A microchip developed by the military set a new world record for the fastest integrated circuit.
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A new project aims to train computers to recognize not only human speech, but also the stances, opinions and attitudes contained within it.
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The internet of things is humming along, and thanks to our Structure Connect show last week, I feel confident predicting a few things you'll see next year in the smart home.
The saga of Twitpic vs Twitter, probably the most ridiculously petty argument in the entire social media industry, is finally coming to a semi-satisfactory end: Twitpic is definitely shutting down, b
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