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posted in March 2013

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Quantum Cryptography Secures the Electrical Grid
Blog 
3/29/2013  13 comments
Los Alamos National Laboratory develops Quantum Cryptography methods to protect the electrical grid from unwanted observers.
Raspberry Pi-Powered Projector Tells You How Fast You’re Riding Your Bike
Blog 
3/28/2013  16 comments
The Raspberry Pi-powered speedometer was designed by Matt Richardson for nighttime bike riding.
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Cyberwarfare Rising as Governments Embrace the Digital Battlefield
Blog 
3/27/2013  26 comments
Cyberwarfare is at an all time high and key players are considering cyber attacks as a formal declaration of war.
Slideshow: Engineering Apps You Need to Know About
Blog 
3/25/2013  22 comments
There are plenty of engineering apps on the various markets, and industry standardizing corporations are getting into the game. It's time to become familiar.
Video: DropTag Gives Packaging & Shipping Information in Real-Time
Blog 
3/21/2013  27 comments
The DropTag from Cambridge Consultants comes with a smartphone app that gives uses the ability to monitor package health.
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Slideshow: See the Joint Robotics Repair Detachment in Action
Blog 
3/20/2013  20 comments
Joint Robotics Repair Detachment (JRRD) keeps the US military's robot armada up and running.
Google Offers Sneak Peek at Your Available Spectrum
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3/19/2013  12 comments
Google.org, the Internet mogul's charitable arm, is publicizing a Spectrum Database that can be used to monitor white space across the US.
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Autodesk Updates Socialcam Mobile App
Blog 
3/18/2013  15 comments
The latest update to the Socialcam mobile app puts Autodesk's award-winning visual expertise in the hands of the average consumer.
Video: Open-Source Oximeter Prototype Is Bluetooth Connected
Blog 
3/15/2013  8 comments
The SmartPulse prototype from SmartMaker is a Bluetooth-connected blood-oxygen sensor set to open-source the medical niche.
iRobot Takes Humans out of 3D Printing Equation
CAD/CAM Corner 
3/12/2013  16 comments
A patent recently filed by iRobot details a fully automated 3D printer. The new system would be capable of finishing printed pieces without human intervention.
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3D Printing Embryonic Stem Cells
CAD/CAM Corner 
3/7/2013  13 comments
A collaboration between Autodesk and Organovo results in successfully printing embryonic stem cells for the first time anywhere in the world.
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BlackBelt Wipes Data From Personal Devices
Blog 
3/4/2013  21 comments
BlackBelt's DataWipe cleans mobile devices of all recoverable personal information, which is important when disposing of or selling a mobile device.
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Top Design Applications Create a Versatile Engineer
CAD/CAM Corner 
3/1/2013  12 comments
If you are an engineer of any discipline, you are a professional practitioner of engineering -- become the master of your craft.


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