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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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Spy Agencies Planned to Corrupt Google Play


The United States and its leading Western allies, known as the "Five Eyes," reportedly planned to hack into smartphones through their links to Google and Samsung's app stores. They wanted to infect apps with spyware and find ways to send misinformation to targets, according to documents released to the media by National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
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Re: Tax Day Is Over, but Internet Tax Threats Loom  Sonia Arrison  2008-04-18 18:04:20
No INTERNET TAX  grosende  2008-04-18 18:43:24
Re: Don't Kill the Blogger  Mick Brady  2008-04-08 17:20:14
The good attracts good !  debatcode  2008-04-14 09:21:44
take a vacation?  twegen  2008-04-09 11:42:33
Re: Video Beating Stokes Debate Over Fame, Violence  Katherine Noyes  2008-04-11 09:56:17
searching for fights....  parryaftab  2008-04-11 12:49:15
girl fight??  mickbrady  2008-04-14 09:03:55
Hmmm..  mrk  2008-04-11 10:51:53
No Hypocrisy  just4kicks  2008-04-11 11:36:18
Re: Is Windows Getting Morbidly Obese?  Chris Maxcer  2008-04-11 13:15:39
Vista? No thanks!  GuyFawkes  2008-04-11 15:44:45
Windows is a pig  jdearden  2008-04-11 14:34:31
Re: The Apps Small Biz Needs Now  Gene Marks  2008-04-07 05:48:14
add this  snowstorm  2008-04-08 16:45:15
Re: The Apps Small Biz Needs Now  lenrosen4  2008-04-07 06:05:25
Re: Comcast Goes Full Throttle With Experimental Wideband Roll-Out  Chris Maxcer  2008-04-03 17:37:21
Re: Comcast Goes Full Throttle With Experimental Wideband Roll-Out  ernestboyd  2008-04-03 20:12:03
Re: Microsoft Gives Windows Mobile a Tune-Up  Walaika Haskins  2008-04-03 17:27:37
Re: Microsoft Gives Windows Mobile a Tune-Up  tubemogul  2008-04-03 17:31:02
Re: Video 2.0 Goes Pro With Hulu  Walter S. Mossberg  2008-03-24 02:39:42
Re: Video 2.0 Goes Pro With Hulu  alangrus  2008-03-27 09:37:15
Re: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-25 16:14:49
Re: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  mrkleen  2008-03-26 05:53:31
Re: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  the3dman  2008-03-25 16:26:46
Re: Pirates of the Caribbean? Antigua Firm Cracks Blu-ray DRM  Chris Maxcer  2008-03-22 21:58:27
Re: Pirates of the Caribbean? Antigua Firm Cracks Blu-ray DRM  aar  2008-03-23 17:10:54
Re: Intel, Microsoft: The Future of Computing Is Parallel  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-19 13:34:49
Nightmare on Core Street  Mapou  2008-03-20 09:17:07
Re: Microsoft Brightens Windows Mobile With Flash Lite  Jim Offner  2008-03-17 21:25:24
Re: Microsoft Brightens Windows Mobile With Flash Lite  Azazello  2008-03-18 16:54:46
Re: Verizon Greases P2P's Wheels With New File-Sharing Tech  Chris Maxcer  2008-03-14 15:06:31
Re: Verizon Greases P2P's Wheels With New File-Sharing Tech  zergkiller  2008-03-14 16:10:34
Re: A Home Server of Our Own  Chris Maxcer  2008-02-19 05:37:12
Re: A Home Server of Our Own  mwhawki  2008-03-12 18:49:14
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-11 20:50:29
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  trejay  2008-03-12 03:25:19
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  Shiggity  2008-03-12 09:47:33
Re: 10 Technologies Not Yet Ready for SMBs  Gene Marks  2008-03-09 15:34:22
Re: 10 Technologies Not Yet Ready for SMBs  bitme  2008-03-10 13:48:57
Re: Shining a Light on Unsung Heroes  Rob Enderle  2008-03-03 07:09:51
Re: Shining a Light on Unsung Heroes  kenholmz  2008-03-05 21:18:27
Re: Antiterrorist Candid Camera Network Raises Privacy Concerns  Mimi Hall  2008-03-04 18:40:10
Re: Antiterrorist Candid Camera Network Raises Privacy Concerns  BCPlanner  2008-03-05 08:39:24
Re: Green Mobile Phone Base Stations: Taking Root, Beginning to Sprout  Jack Ewing  2008-03-02 07:55:34
Re: Green Mobile Phone Base Stations: Taking Root, Beginning to Sprout  mcsalty  2008-03-04 16:34:40
Re: Microsoft Loosens Fist With New, Open IE8  Brad King  2008-03-04 15:36:21
Re: Microsoft Loosens Fist With New, Open IE8  mcsalty  2008-03-04 15:41:02

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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.