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NASA's $2.25M Challenge: 3D-Print a Space Base


NASA and America Makes have challenged innovators in the additive construction market to design a habitat for deep space exploration for the first stage of the competition and to fabricate such facilities in the second phase. The organizations will award a $50,000 prize and a pair of $1.1 million purses for the winners of the multistage challenge. Registration opened for phase one on Saturday.
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Apple vs. Lenovo: Lenovo's Coming-Out Party


If Apple falls -- and this outcome is anything but certain -- then Lenovo has the greatest likelihood of emerging as the leader in most of the worldwide markets where Apple currently leads. If Apple holds, there is no vendor that currently is structured to take its unique premium place in the market. These firms aren't mutually exclusive, though. Both can win or lose, irrespective of the other.
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Re: Apple Fiddles With MacBook Pro, iMac Features and Pricing 2  CHStechgirl   2015-05-22 19:04:45 
Re: Cossacks 3 Could Revive RTS Game Genre 2  aubrymaciel   2015-05-20 04:27:38 
Re: Retiring in Sanctuary Belize: Tarnished Dreams 19  JOHNDEAR   2015-05-17 18:12:57 
Re: Google's Driverless Cars to Leave the Nest 2  AuntJane   2015-05-16 09:01:56 
Re: Smart Car 2 Transforms Itself to Tuck Into Tiny Spots 3  MitchH   2015-05-12 12:36:08 
Re: Remote PC Repair, Part 1: The Warranty Alternative 4  techsupport1   2015-05-12 04:38:10 
Re: EM Drive Stirs Blood of Hopeful Space Explorers 2  phxmarker   2015-05-08 16:27:38 
Re: Microsoft Offers Devs an Edge 3  Llewen   2015-05-04 12:45:54 
Re: Can Microsoft Take Back Momentum From Google and Apple? 2  programmersean   2015-04-27 20:16:52 
Re: Dev Aims to Light the Way for Apple Watch Gaming 2  dannysloane   2015-04-26 20:09:04 
Re: Samsung Galaxy S6: If Looks Could Kill 4  dannysloane   2015-04-26 20:03:49 
Re: Take Your Apple Watch Face and Love It! 3  MitchH   2015-04-24 12:52:53 
Re: Google's Low-Fee Fi: Ho-Hum 2  Alienhawk   2015-04-23 13:19:45 
Re: Breach Outbreaks Fuel Encryption Adoption 5  UlfMattsson   2015-04-22 13:32:31 
Re: Reactions to New MacBook Run From Tepid to Cold 2  mattack   2015-04-13 16:44:53 
Re: The Apple Watch as Bullsh*t Filter? We Can Only Hope 7  GarySRennie   2015-04-06 20:17:35 
Re: The Big Implications of the Google, FTC Antitrust Scandal 3  Llewen   2015-03-25 11:09:58 
Re: Gadget Ogling: Cute Robots, Secure Tablets and a Conscientious Can 2  dominguezb387   2015-03-22 23:04:51 
Re: Mars One Could Turn Out to Be Mars Zero 4  Llewen   2015-03-22 15:44:53 
Re: Musk: Technology May Revoke Your Driver's License 5  Llewen   2015-03-20 17:34:59 

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.