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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: Hawking: Human Survival Depends on Finding Other Inhabitable Planets 2  lorint   2006-06-14 11:32:05 
Re: Raining on Adobe's PDF Party 2  pogson   2006-06-11 21:32:07 
Re: Broadband Starting to Bloom 2  AllenGPitts   2006-06-02 06:33:25 
Re: P2P: The Secret's Out 3  sitails   2006-06-01 03:56:53 
Re: Microsoft Targets JPEG With WMP Image Format 2  lorint   2006-05-26 18:35:36 
Re: Will Congress Serve up 'Hillary Net?' 2  chenkus1   2006-05-26 18:13:35 
Re: Congress Clears Movie Censoring Technology 2  bask   2006-05-24 16:39:21 
Re: Internet Pioneer Warns of Two-Tier Web 2  mojocritic   2006-05-24 15:27:27 
Re: Code Pioneer Develops Encryption Method for Windows-Based VoIP 2  StupidScript   2006-05-22 14:16:51 
Re: Feds Crack Down on P2P Child Porn 2  bm70112   2006-05-19 09:22:01 
Re: Google One-Ups Skype With Nokia Partnership 2  appeters   2006-05-15 16:23:40 
Re: New Stars in Cable Freedom Fight 2  karenguthrie   2006-05-12 08:44:30 
Re: What's After Windows - and Who Does it Come From? 2  belcoop   2006-05-09 07:47:34 
Re: Intel to Brand New Chip Generation Core 2 Duo 2  lorint   2006-05-09 01:09:21 
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS 8  ryuko098   2006-05-07 18:38:24 
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates 2  directorblue   2006-05-06 15:05:33 
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper 4  Orison   2006-05-05 17:24:47 
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates 2  Orison   2006-05-05 17:08:49 
Re: Linux vs. Windows Vista vs. Leopard 2  ChasmoeBrown   2006-05-05 13:17:07 
Re: Linux vs. Windows Vista vs. Leopard 2  justsalt   2006-05-01 06:37:32 

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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.
Performance Matters: 9 Key Consumer Insights