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The Micro is the first affordable 3D printer for the average consumer

The Micro is the first affordable 3D printer for the average consumer

3D printing, it sounds cool doesn’t it? The ability to print everything, really everything, you want. Need a new pair of glasses? You design it and then you print it, a new dock for your phone maybe? No problem design it and afterwards you can print it. And finally the average consumer will get acces to all of that joy…   3D printing?¬† Before we go deeper into the product I’m talking about, let’s have a quick...

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iPad Mini Full Review

iPad Mini Full Review

¬†iPad Mini, the new 7″ tablet from Apple, and the little brother of the large size iPad. In this article I will talk about the design,hardware,software of the iPad Mini and if you should get the mini or some other tablet. The iPad Mini hardware is phenomenal. Its made of aluminum which is Apple’s favorite material for making products. As we studied in Chemistry class, aluminum is strong and is less denser than other metals and...

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Troubleshoot font problems | Mac OS X

Troubleshoot font problems | Mac OS X

This document can assist you in resolving problems that occur when you install fonts or using fonts with Adobe applications in Mac OS X. Font problems can manifest themselves in many different ways, including (but not limited to) the following: Fonts don’t appear in the font menu of your applications. Fonts don’t print correctly. Fonts in menus and dialog boxes have incorrect letters or characters. Fonts don’t appear...

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New Macs Update

New Macs Update

Apple updated two of its mac products earlier today, the Mac Mini and the Macbook Air. This is an overview of what’s new and how the products have changed. Mac Mini Previous Model:   New Model: Let’s start with the new mac mini. There are now 2 versions of the mac mini instead only 1 model. The processor has been updated from a core 2 duo 2.4 GHz to either a 2.3 GHz or a 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 (both of which are dual...

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WWDC 2011: iCloud

iCloud is Apple’s brand new cloud based service. It was released at wwdc 2011. Steve Jobs released it on stage while also talking about IOS5 and also OS X Lion. iCloud will be released in fall. It will be a free service for all users. Below are the five different contexts that iCloud supports. Photos-iCloud will stream all your photos to your Apple TV. It also sends photos instantly taken from your iPhone. iPod Touch and/or iPad....

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