Archive | May, 2014

Microsoft unveils Skype Translator to break down language barriers

  Not content with enabling free, cross-continental video conversations, Microsoft has now moved to break down language barriers and make conversing with our international friends even more convenient. The company has unveiled Skype Translator, an application for its chat software that translates speech between different languages in (almost) real time. According to Microsoft, the technology ….Read More

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World’s cheapest 3D printer

If you want a home 3D printer for under US$200 that’s not made out of LEGOs, you’re not alone, as the successful Kickstarter launch of the $199 QU-BD One Up proved last year. That’s a pretty big transition for a tiny family operation to make in a short amount of time. The overwhelming success of the crowdfunding campaign ….Read More

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ChocaByte promises 3D chocolate printing for $99

          If you’ve been looking for a 3D chocolate printer, you probably know that there’s currently not much on the market. Foodini is in its Kickstarter phase and the ChefBot doesn’t print in chocolate. However, the ChocaByte 3D chocolate printer that debuted at this year’s CES has since been offered at a special price of ….Read More

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Our new Hooksmobiles!

  We are really excited about our new Hooks Systems Vehicles! In addition to being very fuel efficient, they are also Eco-friendly.  Thanks to Scott Welch and John Kazak at Capital Ford of Wilmington for helping us choose the perfect models for our needs and to help protect the environment. We also think that they look pretty ….Read More

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