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The Web Will Kill Apps
The Web Will Kill Apps
Lots of the "apps are killing the web" meme going around these days, with the latest batch of casket sealant come from no greater validator of commonly...
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5 Ways to Deal with Obsolete Technology
5 Ways to Deal with Obsolete Technology
Just because something's obsolete doesn't mean it's not useful. In your spare time, there are plenty of fun things that you can do with old phones, tablets and...
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User robots make Office 365 cloud migration less painful
It's still a Microsoft world At the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), speakers revealed the latest Office 365 statistics. Office365 now presents an annual revenue run...
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The Netherlands has laid the world’s first solar road – we go eyes-on to investigate
The Netherlands has laid the world’s first solar road – we go eyes-on to investigate
Earlier this week, the first solar roadway opened in Amsterdam — a 70-meter stretch of cycle path between two suburbs of the city that generates solar power from...
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Mercedes hydrogen-electric hybrid harvests solar and wind energy with its paint job
Mercedes hydrogen-electric hybrid harvests solar and wind energy with its paint job
Concept cars are often amazing, as gifted engineers are given free reign to create a car that could never realistically succeed on the open market. Concept cars tend...
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Democratizing the Design and Manufacturing of Electronics
Democratizing the Design and Manufacturing of Electronics
3D printing is often praised for democratizing the design of physical products and making manufacturing accessible to the masses. Over the years, spectators have watched in awe...
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