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Microsoft Surface Tablet

Microsoft made headlines with the launch of their new Surface Tablet. The big questions: Is it really a business device in disguise? Will its integrated “kickstand”, the 3mm thin keyboard/cover, and the yet unproven Windows RT OS be enough to convince consumers to choose Surface over iPad or even something like the Windows-powered Asus 600? Only time will tell.

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Put your million-dollar app idea on paper with these UI Stencil Kits. With versions for the iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, and the web, the kits consist of a stainless steel interface stencil and a pretty great Zebra mechanical pencil. For perfect wireframing, you’ll need to pick up a matching device sketch pad. ~ Go Get It…Go Use It!!!

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Credit Cards of the Not-too-Distant Future

Credit card theft and fraud are two of the largest problems plaguing consumers, banks and businesses today. The problem is exacerbated by the ease at which criminals can steal credit card numbers – either by stealing data with a magnetic strip reader, or by copying a number down with pen and paper. A new revolution in credit card technology, however, looks to solve these problems by creating an ultra-secure smart credit card.

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Microsoft’s Bing Maps augmented reality TED talk

About this Talk:

In a demo that drew gasps at TED2010, Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos new augmented-reality mapping technology from Microsoft.

About Blaise Aguera y Arcas:

Blaise Agüera y Arcas is the architect of Bing Maps at Microsoft, building augmented reality into searchable maps. He’s also the co-creator of Photosynth, software that assembles static photos into a synergy of zoomable, navigatable spaces.

LEGO Printer

It uses a felt tip pen for ink!

This has got to be the coolest Lego invention ever. This guy designed,built, and coded it all from scratch including analog motor electronics, sensors and printer driver! He did it just for fun and worked on it for about 3 weeks at night after work. The print was going to have three colors but the inventor had to simplify because he only had four lego motors. The printer can print things at about 75 dots per inch and it prints less than a page per minute.