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If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

fieldofdreams It looks like this IoT trend is starting to catch on with the developer community. At least, that’s a conclusion one could draw from the reported results of a new Evans Data Corporation survey. Of the 1,400 developers who participated in this survey,40% percent said they were either working on applications for connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) now or expect to begin work… Read More

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If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

fieldofdreams It looks like this IoT trend is starting to catch on with the developer community. At least, that’s a conclusion one could draw from the reported results of a new Evans Data Corporation survey. Of the 1,400 developers who participated in this survey,40% percent said they were either working on applications for connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) now or expect to begin work… Read More

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If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

fieldofdreams It looks like this IoT trend is starting to catch on with the developer community. At least, that’s a conclusion one could draw from the reported results of a new Evans Data Corporation survey. Of the 1,400 developers who participated in this survey,40% percent said they were either working on applications for connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) now or expect to begin work… Read More

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If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

fieldofdreams It looks like this IoT trend is starting to catch on with the developer community. At least, that’s a conclusion one could draw from the reported results of a new Evans Data Corporation survey. Of the 1,400 developers who participated in this survey,40% percent said they were either working on applications for connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) now or expect to begin work… Read More

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Boeing is expected to build most of NASA’s space taxis

NASA may have been even-handed when it started doling out money to contractors for its space taxi program, but there are hints that it’s about to play favorites. The Wall Street Journal hears from anonymous officials that Boeing is now the odds-on…

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Boeing is expected to build most of NASA’s space taxis

NASA may have been even-handed when it started doling out money to contractors for its space taxi program, but there are hints that it’s about to play favorites. The Wall Street Journal hears from anonymous officials that Boeing is now the odds-on…

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Hell Nope: Hornets Build Nest On Man’s Window, Allowing A Glimpse Inside

wasp-nest-in-window.jpg This is the nest that hornets built on YouTuber Vang Tsal’s window. It allows a glimpse inside the nest to see all those stinging bastards at work. Interesting, but no thank you. When reached for comment about the nest, Vang didn’t answer his home phone, presumably because it was on fire with the rest of the house. Keep going for the video.

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The Big Picture: NASA gets ready to build the ‘next great rocket’

See the gargantuan structure above that dwarfs that line of puny humans at the bottom (bet you didn’t even notice them at first glance, huh)? It’s a welding tool — the biggest one built for spacecraft, in fact, that’s slated to help Boeing build the…

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Someone on Kickstarter wants to build Darth Vader’s Star Destroyer out of 90,000 Lego bricks

Forget potato salad — there is perhaps no more worthy use of Kickstarter than helping Thomas Benedikt piece together an exhaustive replica of Darth Vader’s Executor Super Star Destroyer from 90,000 Lego bricks. Lego apparently refused to help Benedikt because his project doesn’t match up to the company’s own 5-million-brick X-Wing, but come on. Just look at how this thing will stack up next to a stormtrooper.

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Engineers Build A 3D Printing OS For All Printers Everywhere

John Dogru and Anton Vedeshin of 3D Control Systems (Credit, Secured3D) If you’ve used any 3D printers over the past year or so, you’ll notice one thing: fragmentation. A few use open source apps (which are abysmal) and many use homebrew solutions which range from amazing to “meh.” Now a group of engineers wants to create a standardized, usable OS for all 3D printers, ensuring that any time you click a button to print a 3D model… Read More

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