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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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Gadget Ogling: A Tracking Camera Drone, a Rockin' Speaker and a Water-Boiling Efficiency Expert


Camera drones certainly are growing in popularity -- or further polluting the sky, depending on your perspective. A new model plans to follow your every move, thanks to a tracker on your wrist. After you throw Lily, it will fly up to 50 feet in the air and 100 feet away from you, knowing where you are and keeping its lens focused on whatever you're doing.
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Re: Did Talking on a Cellphone While Driving Get a Bum Rap?  Mike Pearson  2009-08-17 08:26:03
Put the phone down and drive!  bushputz  2009-08-17 11:34:09
cells and driving  yarrl1  2009-08-17 10:09:55
Correction  nathan_t  2009-08-17 08:26:45
Re: Another Day, Another DDoS Blitz for Twitter  Richard Adhikari  2009-08-14 11:24:01
botnet awareness  nulled  2009-08-14 11:31:58
Re: How Hybrid and Electric Car MPG, Price Tags Stack Up  Anonymous  2009-08-12 13:07:30
Problem here...  Kagehi  2009-08-12 13:16:24
Re: Google Offers Testers a Sip of Caffeine  Richard Adhikari  2009-08-11 12:08:25
Sweet  Runaway1956  2009-08-12 08:58:37
Nice...  DylanCombs  2009-08-11 12:16:31
Re: Apple and Google on Brain Vacation  Rob Enderle  2009-08-10 05:43:01
Google Brain Vacation  cherrypie  2009-08-10 18:44:59
ON2 Problem?  RobEnderle  2009-08-11 17:01:06
biased  puredata  2009-08-10 13:24:51
Suggested Reading  RobEnderle  2009-08-11 17:07:58
Is Rob Enderle Seriously THIS Clueless???  JoeConsumer  2009-08-10 06:55:26
Rob Enderle Replies  RobEnderle  2009-08-10 09:58:01
In the Pocket of Microsoft  micah76  2009-08-10 06:18:54
Credibility Takes a Holiday  RobEnderle  2009-08-10 10:43:30
Re: Facebook Slurps Up FriendFeed  Mike Pearson  2009-08-11 12:04:24
FriendFeed  uberdude88  2009-08-11 12:23:53
Re: Next-Gen Prius: What Will a Little Sunshine Get You?  Chris Maxcer  2008-07-07 12:25:58
NOT AC!  Fetrow  2009-08-08 20:11:52
Automobiles and solar panels  ddouglas1728  2008-07-07 17:57:49
bright ideas...every little bit helps  feadeli  2008-07-07 17:26:31
Not just the AC and electronics  Yves_Papa  2008-07-07 17:21:21
I wonder though..  xigageshi  2008-07-07 17:08:02
Let's use our calculator's solar cells to power a Spinal Tap concert  passionchamp  2008-07-07 14:51:35
Toyota Not leading the way, Aptera is.  brandonbradley  2008-07-07 13:35:03
Re: Microsoft + Yahoo: Heavenly Marriage, Hellish Divorce?  Rob Enderle  2009-08-03 12:00:43
Why would it not be likely that MS already has divorce plans?  vanax  2009-08-08 12:16:05
Re: Why You Need a Network Analyzer  Jim Thor  2009-06-25 09:34:34
Useful tools  Madministrator  2009-08-06 04:13:36
Help Overcome Analysis Paralysis  SmithWill  2009-06-25 09:49:44
Re: Playing Hide and Seek in a Wired World  Frank M. Ahearn  2009-08-05 23:55:34
Whoops....  akcoyote  2009-08-06 00:14:27
Re: Your Genome: There's an App for That  Jack M. Germain  2009-08-03 20:18:30
Genome Based Economy  smatick  2009-08-04 10:04:48
Re: The Search Engine Scrimmage  Peter Svensson  2009-08-03 18:29:46
Bing vs Google  akcoyote  2009-08-03 18:35:30
Re: NASA Says It's on the Right Manned Spaceflight Trajectory  Jay Reeves  2009-07-30 22:54:31
Administration Review of Manned Space Flight  George_Brewer  2009-08-01 12:16:14
Re: Administration Review of Manned Space Flight  akcoyote  2009-08-03 18:23:52
Re: How Smart Grids Could Empower Hackers  Jordan Robertson  2009-08-03 17:38:15
Securing the grid  akcoyote  2009-08-03 17:55:43
Re: Scammers Try to Hack Hackers With Crooked Cash Machine  Richard Adhikari  2009-08-03 13:10:18
Acronyms Rule! Or, at least they used to...  nanoguy  2009-08-03 13:39:38
Re: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf (Huntress)?  Erika Morphy  2009-07-21 20:42:13
Sometimes it's best not to draw attention to Internet libel  rexxfield  2009-08-01 20:21:50
Re: Microsoft Forges 3 New Security Tools  Richard Adhikari  2009-07-30 05:34:34
As long as passwords are stored on servers....they will be hacked  gemofaperson  2009-07-30 05:38:52
Re: Driving Study: Texting Really Really Bad, Dialing Bad, Talking OK?  Mike Pearson  2009-07-29 17:29:32
distracted cage drivers  habadgley  2009-07-29 17:37:41
Re: Microsoft Makes Apple Eat Humble Apple Pie  Rob Enderle  2009-07-20 04:28:05
Apple's price drop was $300, not "a measly US$100"  kipmarlowe  2009-07-25 13:19:45
Oh, yes...  Kagehi  2009-07-20 17:57:36
Enderle making the same mistake Microsoft does.  Ratty  2009-07-20 05:08:17
Re: Death Hasn't Softened Right-Wing Bloggers Toward Cronkite  Renay San Miguel  2009-07-24 09:48:46
And this has precisely what to do with Tech News?  34all  2009-07-24 15:09:07

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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.