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Going to the Extreme to Make 3D Printers Open Source

The best way to explain 3D printing to someone is to show them. But since Jeff Moe can’t carry around one of his Lulzbot 3D printers, he has taken to packing 3D-printed parts in his pocket so that he can show them off when he runs into people who aren't...

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Hands-On: Setting Up My New Printer with Linux (and Windows)

Time to replace my four year old mobile printer, here's my take on the HP Officejet 150...

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New 15,000 rpm Disk Drives. Why?

Seagate and HGST have announced 600GB 15k SAS drives. Weren't SSDs supposed to kill fast hard drives? Here's why they haven't.

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SanDisk's 128GB microSD: The Biggest, Smallest Storage on the Market

Revealed at MWC, SanDisk's 128GB microSD packs a punch for so small a piece of hardware.

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Welcome DIY, Open source Lux camera Project

Another 100% Open Source camera is coming up: we really think that Open Source photography is the next big thing in open source! Lux is a work of beauty. This velvet looking camera is a has a waist level viewfinder and it shoots 120 film. Made by Kevin Kadooka it is 100% open...

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