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This Map Shows Whether Your State Restricts Drone Use


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Casey Chan

September 30th

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This Map Shows Whether Your State Restricts Drone Use

This Map Shows Whether Your State Restricts Drone Use

This map, from Mother Jones, shows which states have laws that restrict the use of drones by private citizens and law enforcement. Most states let the air above them remain free while nine states have passed laws to keep drones grounded. Check out the full map at Mother Jones.

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Casey Chan

September 30th

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9to5Toys Last Call: Klipsch/Logitech noise-cancelling headphones from $100, 1TB USB3 portable HD $50, iPod Touch 5g 16GB (Refurb) $150, iPad 128GB, more


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Dan DeSilva

September 30th

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9to5Toys Last Call: Klipsch/Logitech noise-cancelling headphones from $100, 1TB USB3 portable HD $50, Logitech keyboards, iPad 128GB, more

From 9to5Toys.com:

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Today’s featured deals:

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Noise-Cancelling Headphones: Klipsch Mode M40: $145 (Reg. $350), Logitech UE 6000: $100 (Reg. $160)

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Samsung USB 3.0 portable HD: $50 shipped, 1TB Western Digital: $53 shipped

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Mac Bundle 3.0 Ft. Camtasia 2 and 9 other explosive Mac Apps. Name your own price. Ends in 1 day!

Other great deals from today:

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New product announcements & reviews:

  • Valve announces Steam Machines hardware beta for SteamOS
  • Amazon freshens up the Kindle Fire HD, now starts at just $139
  • Roku announces refreshed lineup of devices starting at $50
  • Belkin announces YourType Wireless Keypad to extend your Mac’s keyboard

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Dan DeSilva

September 30th

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Libratone’s Latest Wireless Speaker Is a Wooly, Wall-Mounted Audio Orb

Libratone's Latest Wireless Speaker Is a Wooly, Wall-Mounted Audio Orb

The last time we heard from Denmark-based, fancy audio purveyor Libratone, they made one of the finest AirPlay speakers we had ever heard. At $400, the Zipp wasn’t cheap, but it was considerably cheaper than anything else we had ever seen/heard from the company before. Here’s their latest effort, a designy, wall-mounted audio orb for your living room.

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Mario Aguilar

September 30th

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Libratone’s Latest Wireless Speaker Is a Wooly, Wall-Mounted Audio Orb

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Mario Aguilar

September 30th

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Researchers Bioengineer Bacteria That Poops Out Gasoline

Researchers Bioengineer Bacteria That Poops Out Gasoline

Korean researchers have engineered a new strain of E. coli that can produce a suitable substitute for gasoline. And as they quite rightly point out, bacteria that poops out petroleum could be some valuable shit.

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Mario Aguilar

September 30th

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Researchers Bioengineer Bacteria That Poops Out Gasoline

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Mario Aguilar

September 30th

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Need To Print Teeny-Weenie Things? The LumiFold Has You Covered

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John Biggs

September 30th

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Need To Print Teeny-Weenie Things? The LumiFold Has You Covered

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I never thought I’d see the day when someone would find a reason to build a wee tiny foldable 3D printer that can make things about as big as a few matchboxes. This printer, called the LumiFold, is a 3D printer with a build envelope of 90x90x90mm and uses UV sensitive resin to print fairly high-quality objects in a few minutes.

I personally am at a loss to explain why exactly you’d want a portable, small-format 3D printer but I’m sure someone out there can set me straight. The creators are looking for a teeny-weenie $1,500 to fund the project and they’re selling the printer for $429. You can also buy parts kits for a bit less.

The creator, Marin Davide of Italy, explains his reasoning thusly:

It was first designed when a customer asked for a small, portable 3D printer that he wanted ot use for printing dentals molds. He wanted the printer to be cheap and easy to use too. We started developing the LumiFold, and after some months of designing, building prototypes, going back to design again we came up with the current design of the LumiFold. And it proved to be so good, we decided to launch a crowdfounding campaign to provide everyone interested a cheap, portable and easy to use 3d printer!

If television has taught us anything it’s that it takes different strokes to move the world. That said, this compact little resin printer seems to be filling a niche I never knew existed. Portable 3D printers could help designers build prototypes in the field and artists to create projects on the fly. It could also be a way to build replacement parts far from a machine shop. The possibilities, while beguiling, are endless.

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John Biggs

September 30th

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