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June 7 (Bloomberg) — The Google movie, “The Internship” hits theaters this weekend. Jon Erlichman got an exclusive behind the scenes look at the filming. (S…
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Brooklyn-based MakerBot is a darling of the 3D printing community, and it recently moved into its new digs in Sunset Park, so the crew can more efficiently build and ship their shiny new Replicator 2 and 2X printers. Call it a classic case of growing pains — once demand for 3D printers started picking up, the MakerBot team soon found themselves aching for even more space to work in, and we got the chance to tour the new 50,000-square-foot facility when it opened last week.
All things considered, it’s a nifty operation, and the move should help MakerBot cope with growing prominence as the 3D printing movement slowly moves into the mainstream… especially as it attempts to make the printing process easier with its forthcoming desktop scanner. Of course, MakerBot’s position as a high-profile purveyor of 3D printing wares has reportedly made it an attractive target for a potential acquisition, with Minnesota/Israel-based Stratasys and even Amazon (which just recently opened a 3D printer section) being pegged as potential purchasers.
MakerBot’s ebullient founder Bre Pettis was keen to downplay that acquisition chatter, as he cut the ceremonial ribbon at the factory’s grand opening (using a partially 3D printed pair of scissors, naturally), but he did later note that they weren’t going anywhere. But while those conversations continue behind closed doors, the roughly 100 employees at MakerBot’s new Brooklyn outpost will continue assembling those printers by hand for a while to come — why not take a look and see what they’re up to?
The FCC’s underground bunker, situated beneath Portals II, 445 12th Street SW, has recently been visited by a rising star of the tablet world. Toshiba’s AT10LE-a, the company’s Tegra 4-powered slate that’s reportedly running Android 4.2.1 has been dissected by those fine folks at the FCC. The unit is carrying WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC radios, and now that they’ve been passed safe for human consumption, we can only assume that an official announcement won’t be too far behind.
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Simply in case you missed it last evening buried in our meeting with Impressive Games VP Mark Rein, the business revealed off a brand-new real-time trial at GDC 2013 this week, labelled “Infiltrator.” The nearly four-minute clip, showcases a sci-fi shootout created with its Unreal Engine 4, and incredibly powered by a solitary GeForce GTX 680. Now that we have actually piqued your curiosity a bit, look into this beautiful display of advanced espionage after the break, plus a bonus clip of the “Elemental” UE4 demo operating on a PlayStation 4 dev kit in real-time.
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Just in case you missed it last night buried in our interview with Epic Games VP Mark Rein, the company showed off a new real-time demo at GDC 2013 this week, titled “Infiltrator.” The nearly four-minute clip, showcases a sci-fi shootout created with its Unreal Engine 4, and remarkably powered by a single GeForce GTX 680. Now that we’ve piqued your curiosity a bit, check out this gorgeous display of futuristic espionage after the break, plus a bonus clip of the “Elemental” UE4 demo running on a PlayStation 4 dev kit in real-time.
There’s nothing rather like considering a decades-old catalog to remind us exactly how far we have actually been available in the world of innovation– and thanks to the Internet Archive, we could see the pcs Radio Shack was selling method back in 1983. A 59-page catalog breaks down the whole TRS-80 product line, varying from the TRS-80 Color Computer system all the method up to the $ 4,999 Model 16. There’s additionally a part on hard disks– simply $ 3,495 for a tremendous 12MB of storage space– along with acoustic coupler modems, the initial Zork, and some remarkable vintage hairdos. If you ‘d such as a stroll down memory lane, it’s certainly worth a look.
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Ready for some even more legal mumbo-jumbo? We’re happy to oblige: Samsung is asking Judge Paul Grewal to change its patent violation allegations to include Apple’s most recent Fourth and 5th generation iPad and iPod Touch, in addition to the 7.9-inch iPad mini. Sammy says it’s saying on the side of efficiency, noting that the brand-new hardware is up against the really exact same claims as the iPhone 5 it included to the case last week, stating that their insertion would not be a trouble to the court. Grewal, who was expecting this movement, is also being asked to decide if older iPod hardware is covered by Samsung’s original infringement contention, which vaguely described “all Apple items including a built-in presenter and an external audio outcome port,” as violators. The Judge additionally recently authorized Samsung’s request to slip a peek at HTC and Apple’s current settlement agreement. The proceedings seem to keep Grewal and his gavel busy, but at least your legalese liking uncle will certainly have something to drone on about over Thanksgiving dinner.
Those of us who’ve used a BlackBerry PlayBook will be familiar with the inevitable first-boot tutorials showing how to navigate the swipe-driven interface before we’re let loose. Thanks to a series of demonstration videos leaked by BlackBerryItalia, it’s apparent that we won’t escape that educational process on BlackBerry 10 devices, either. The four clips show the basics of what we know the gesture experience will be like on full-touch L-series phones, including the signature BlackBerry Peek to check notifications and the unified inbox. Anyone looking for a direct clue as to what production BlackBerry 10 hardware will entail might be frustrated, mind you — the rendered phone appears to be a placeholder rather than the L-series or a Dev Alpha B, and the device name is censored in an attempt to protect the source. That said, the clips provide a very straightforward explanation of the new interface concept and give us one more indication that RIM is closer to launch.
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Everyone knows that Samsung is making a big Windows 8 push at IFA, but there’s new signs emerging that it might shake up its naming scheme in the process. We now know through SamMobile that Samsung has quietly snapped up a pair of trademarks with the Ativ badge that would let its branding venture beyond the Galaxy. Ativ Tab is the most conspicuous: unless Samsung is planning a shakeup of its Android slates, there’s a distinct chance we’re looking at the future name for one or more Windows 8 tablets. Ativ S is slightly more nebulous, although that very familiar oversized S raises the possibility of a high-end Windows Phone 8 smartphone like the Odyssey. Whether or not Samsung wields these trademarks later this week, or at all in the near future, is still up in the air — it may be holding on to names as a precaution rather than previewing a course of action. If the Ativ label makes its way into stores, though, it may give Samsung a much catchier (if not entirely intuitive) name for its Windows devices than Series 5 Hybrid PC.
Google didn’t need to head far from its Mountain View HQ to grab the 1930s golden age of British shipbuilding for Street View. The RMS Queen Mary, which personifies that age, is found easily down the coast from the California-based search giant at Long Seashore. While it hasn’t budged since the ’60s, the previous liner is a prominent traveler destination and has a hotel, museum and bistros. Its Facebook page shows Google personnel collecting images, and has guaranteed that the historic website will certainly appear on Street View “in the coming months.” Until then, check the source below to see the camera-toting team prowling its oak-lined corridors.
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