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3d printers launched on full scale by makerbot Time has change 3D printers made concept of regular printers old. MakerBot industries present its new product Replicator personal 3D printers at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Now you can print models, structures, toys, designs as per your ideas within a certain size. This uses ABS plastic (Of which Lego blocks are made ), or PLA, a biomaterial made from corn to produce your desire creation. And can print in two colors at once. CEO and co-founder of MakerBot Bre Pettis says that...

Twitter complained about Google's Social Search Twitter has complained Google for combining its Social Network Google+ into search results. The latest feature by Google called + you,  will put forward your search ranking automatically in Google+. Twitter’s lawyer Alex Macgillivray, a formar Google attorney said it as a “bad day for the internet”. Google plan to compete with facebook and put forward its social network in front of world. The three changes made by them are Personal Results – which enable users...

Intel announces first Atom smartphone - Lenovo K800 (CK) Intel has announced the Lenovo K800 is to be the first smartphone featuring an Atom processor.It’s a 4-inch Android smartphone powered by the Intel Atom Z2460 ‘Medfield’ platform. ...

Lenova Releases the Durable ThinkPad X130e Lenovo has officially released its new ThinkPad X130e laptop which is specially designed for students. The Lenovo ThinkPad X130e is a portable laptop with an 11.6 inch 1366×768 pixel display measures 1.29 inches thick, and weighs 3.9 pounds, which is light enough to tote around comfortably.It is configured with an Intel Core i3-2367M ULV second generation Sandy Bridge processor with AMD Fusion E-300 APU, or E-450 APU, 320GB or 500GB spinning hard drives, and up to 8GB of RAM. The 6-cell battery...

IBM will introduce mind reading technology IBM spokesperson tells the press that Mind-reading technology will be more than just a super power featured in science fiction imagining tales because IBM is now planning make a computer that can read minds. He also said that in 2016 consumers will be able to control electronics using brain power alone, people will not need to use passwords, and approximately 5.6 billion people ...