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MakerBot 3D Printers Go On Sale in Home Depot

A pilot launched Monday will give do-it-yourselfers in California, Illinois and New York a closer look at MakerBot’s printing and scanning products.

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4x SSD Speed Jump? Not So Fast!

Who wouldn't want 4x faster SSDs? A technical paper this month outlined a creative method for doing just that - sometimes. But the headlines ignore the paper's nuanced results and its creative method for making SSDs faster, more efficient and longer lived. Here's how it works.

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Another, All Metal, Open Source 3D-printer is on Kickstarter: Mamba3D

The Mamba3D printer is an affordable, high quality, all-metal, open source 3D-printer raising funds on kickstarter. 

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SanDisk X300s is Company's First Self-Encrypting SSD

The new solid-state drive uses AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption and comes in 2.5-inch and M.2 form factors.

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3D Printing's Success Points to a Rosy Future for Open Hardware

It's no secret that open source has shaken up the software world, not least for the savings it's brought both organizations and consumers. Now it's starting to look like open source hardware could have a similar, game-changing effect.

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