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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: Search Industry Focuses on Ferreting Out Click Fraud  Keith Regan  2006-02-23 07:47:09
Re: Search Industry Focuses on Ferreting Out Click Fraud  jimtrego  2006-02-23 11:58:36
Re: Microsoft Renames, Rearranges Office  Jay Lyman  2006-02-17 06:23:20
Re: Microsoft Renames, Rearranges Office  Cathylb  2006-02-17 07:05:54
Re: FTC May Wage 'Shame' Campaign Against Adware  Keith Regan  2006-02-12 10:16:25
Re: FTC May Wage 'Shame' Campaign Against Adware  phyllis846  2006-02-12 10:25:02
Re: The Next Big Thing: What Will Displace iPod, Follow Blackberry?  Rob Enderle  2006-02-06 07:15:01
Re: The Next Big Thing: What Will Displace iPod, Follow Blackberry?  oblong421  2006-02-07 07:45:48
Re: Skype Seals Ringtone Deal With Warner Music Group  Anonymous  2006-01-31 13:45:43
Re: Skype Seals Ringtone Deal With Warner Music Group  katydidit65  2006-01-31 13:53:47
Re: Uproar Grows Over US Demand for Google Search Records  Erika Morphy  2006-01-20 15:10:41
Meta Data is shared through documents, too  Nan_Schwarz  2006-01-26 16:38:38
The internet cannot continue as a forum for child molesters to prey  btait1  2006-01-23 09:06:03
Re: Uproar Grows Over US Demand for Google Search Records  lilydilly04  2006-01-21 12:24:28
Re: Farmers, Breeders Faced With Animal-Tracking System Deadline  Nancy Cohen  2006-01-17 08:56:56
Re: Farmers, Breeders Faced With Animal-Tracking System Deadline  argus  2006-01-17 15:14:31
Re: Farmers, Breeders Faced With Animal-Tracking System Deadline  munchkinkitty  2006-01-23 20:07:03
Re: IBM, Sony, Toshiba Put Heads Together on Cell Chips  Erika Morphy  2006-01-12 15:11:07
Re: IBM, Sony, Toshiba Put Heads Together on Cell Chips  thomasxstewar  2006-01-13 11:56:14
Re: New PC? How to Set Up a Safe, Secure System  Jennifer LeClaire  2006-01-10 14:45:35
Forget Symantec, use Eset's NOD32, or get Linux  m_pav  2006-01-13 11:17:10
Re: Got a Digital Music Library? Hoarder! Pirate!  Jon Newton  2005-12-22 09:16:07
Re: Got a Digital Music Library? Hoarder! Pirate!  _timbo_  2006-01-05 12:01:38
Re: Study: Men and Women Use Internet Differently  Jennier LeClaire  2005-12-29 10:33:43
Re: Study: Men and Women Use Internet Differently  Lythic  2005-12-31 11:58:28
Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web  Frazier Moore  2005-12-27 11:58:28
Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web  TheKahuna  2005-12-27 12:22:18
Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web  holoman  2005-12-27 12:04:16
Re: Corel Improves a Classic  John P. Mello Jr.  2005-12-27 10:26:36
Re: Corel Improves a Classic  Kagehi  2005-12-27 11:13:57
Re: High-Risk Flaw Found in Symantec's Software  Susan B. Shor  2005-12-22 12:18:23
Re: High-Risk Flaw Found in Symantec's Software  djeff89  2005-12-22 12:25:26
Re: StealthText Authors Self-Destructive Text Messaging  Jennifer LeClaire  2005-12-12 12:50:35
Re: StealthText Authors Self-Destructive Text Messaging  dickdono  2005-12-12 13:00:29
Re: Microsoft Not Out of Bay State Woods Yet  John P. Mello Jr.  2005-12-01 08:55:46
Re: Microsoft Not Out of Bay State Woods Yet  SmartITGuy  2005-12-01 14:10:44
Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field  Jon Newton  2005-11-30 14:53:09
Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field  melgross  2005-11-30 14:54:36
Re: Holographic Storage Disc Coming by End of Next Year  Susan B. Shor  2005-11-29 07:03:18
Re: Holographic Storage Disc Coming by End of Next Year  holoman  2005-11-29 07:04:09
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Rob Enderle  2005-05-02 05:26:04
Re: 64 bit Linux on your Mac  FraterF93  2005-05-27 06:06:53
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  DaSheik  2005-05-20 14:18:20
Wow, what are you smoking?  bugmenot  2005-05-06 00:01:04
Apple Patented Spotlight in January 2000  aristotles  2005-05-05 21:55:15
Doesn't integrate well? Not by my experience.  YuriS  2005-05-04 00:19:33
wow-- pretty mind-blowing assumption there, Rob  bugmenotcom  2005-05-02 12:03:37
Re: wow-- pretty mind-blowing assumption there, Rob  Everlast  2005-11-28 13:00:03
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Tripod  2005-05-02 09:33:09
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  solsun  2005-05-02 09:11:01
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  kcp203  2005-05-02 08:58:56
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  Billums  2005-05-02 08:38:33
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux  mbf666  2005-05-02 08:16:46
Re: Forecast: ID Theft by Insiders to Grow Dramatically in '06  Gene J. Koprowski  2005-11-27 09:50:14
Re: Forecast: ID Theft by Insiders to Grow Dramatically in '06  Armand100  2005-11-27 10:31:04

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Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
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