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Zuta Labs Is Making An Inkjet Printer That Rolls Freeview story

http://techcrunch.com –  3D printers may be getting all the hype right now, but an Israeli hardware startup called Zuta Labs wants to inject some particles of excitement back into 2D printing -- by turning the standard 2D printer box into a mobile robot that rolls across paper free-style, dropping ink like a road-surface marker inks white lines. Read More (IT news)

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Meet TrustTheVote, A Project To Make Voting Open Source And Transparentview story

http://techcrunch.com –  How was your last voting experience? Smooth? Perhaps not. The Open Source Election Technology Foundation wants to change that by making voting simpler and more transparent. Its chief effort, called TrustTheVote, is a push to develop airtight, open-source vote casting and tabulation software that can be paired with off-the-shelf hardware. (IT news)

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A German Company Is Printing Food For The Elderlyview story

http://techcrunch.com –  A German company, Biozoon, is working on a 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, allowing elderly patients with dysphagia - the inability to swallow - to eat without choking. Read More (IT news)

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OnePlus introduces invite system for the OnePlus Oneview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – One of the most frustrating things that a consumer can face in buying a new phone is the inability to purchase the device they want due to a lack of product. A device that has been hyped for months and months on end can disappear in a matter of minutes — Nexus devices for example. (IT news)

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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) Arrives Tomorrow, April 17, Get Your PCs Readyview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Canonical is preparing to launch Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) tomorrow, along with all the flavors that usually accompany the release of the new operating system. Every six months a new Ubuntu version is released, but every two years Canonical makes an Ubuntu LTS (long-term support) that aims to provide the most stable and up to date experience possible for the users. (IT news)

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eBook Reader and Editor Calibre 1.32 Now Supports OPML Filesview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Calibre 1.32, an eBook reader and management software developed for multiple platforms, including Linux, has just been released and it incorporates a number of important changes and improvements. The Calibre developers are running out of things to fix and of features to add. (IT news)

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Google Acquires Titan Aerospace, The Drone Company Pursued By Facebookview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Google has acquired Titan Aerospace, the drone startup that makes high-flying robots which was previously scoped by Facebook as a potential acquisition target (as first reported by TechCrunch), the WSJ reports. (IT news)

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NVIDIA Releases First Linux Driver with Overclock Featuresview story

http://news.softpedia.com – NVIDIA has just announced the immediate availability for download of a new Beta version of its graphics driver for Linux operating systems, 337.12. The new Linux display driver, 337.12 Beta, is somewhat of an odd release. NVIDIA doesn't usually publish Beta versions of its drivers, so the developers make it available in the short-lived branch. (IT news)

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Webedia Acquires Blogging Platform OverBlogview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Long-standing blogging platform OverBlog has been acquired by Webedia, a French online media company, for “less than $6.9 million” (€5 million) according to L’Opinion. OverBlog co-founder and CEO Frédéric Montagnon wrote on his blog that it’s been a long and winding road for OverBlog. OverBlog was created ten years ago. (IT news)

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SeaMonkey 2.26 Beta 1 Is Out with Newsgroup Improvementsview story

http://news.softpedia.com – SeaMonkey, a complete Internet suite featuring a web browser, an email client, and even a full HTML editing solution, has been promoted to version 2.26 Beta 1 and is available for testing. SeaMonkey is a project built on Firefox, but the developers also implement a lot of their own features and options. Usually, the new branches of SeaMonkey also bring major changes and improvements. (IT news)

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100 Tesla Model S Convertibles Are Headed To Chinaview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Hold on to your hat. The Tesla Model S is about to get more breezy thanks to a drop-top conversion by Newport Convertible Engineering. Both hard and soft top conversions are now available -- they don't come cheap, though. A soft-top conversion costs $29K and a hard-top $49K. Plus, the buyer has to supply the Tesla Model S. (IT news)

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Dropbox Makes Another Nod Toward Business, But It Might Not Be Enough Yetview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Dropbox announced several updates to its Dropbox for Business product today that are designed to make it more attractive to IT pros who will administer the service in the enterprise. That said, not all are convinced that the company has gone far enough perfect its offering to larger businesses. (IT news)