Monthly Archives: October 2016

The New MacBook Pro


With an incredibly thin new design, the best Mac display ever, all-new speakers, and the revolutionary Touch Bar for instant access to the tools you want when you want them, the new MacBook Pro marks a milestone in the evolution of the notebook

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Microsoft Surface Studio


Microsoft Surface Studio is a new category of device, designed to put you at the center of the creative process. Turn your desk into a Studio. Learn more: http://surfac.ms/1026YSO


Take that Apple! Let’s hope you are going to present an amazing product today on this Apple presentation…

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Advanced Materials from Formlabs


Formlabs Engineering Resins simulate the full spectrum of injection-molded plastics, covering the versatility of properties required to confidently conceptualize, prototype, test, and produce successful final products

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Ultimaker 3 for Professional 3D Printing


Ultimaker is proud to announce the Ultimaker 3; the most industrial-grade desktop 3D printer available. With its reliable dual extrusion and material-matching swappable print cores, professional 3D printing is made accessible


Discover which features make the Ultimaker 3 the most industrial-grade desktop 3D printer available. Learn more about the Ultimaker 3 here: http://ultim.kr/2efgJMZ

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Hacking your Office


You think about securing your laptop, but what about your desk phone, monitor, or printer? In this Motherboard episode, white hat hacker Ang Cui demonstrates hacks on “embedded devices”—objects that contain computing systems but that you wouldn’t necessarily think of as computers. At his office in New York, Cui shows us how he can turn an office phone or printer into a bugging device using a piece of malware he calls “funtenna.” This exploit makes the equipment transmit data over radio frequencies so it can be picked up by an antenna—without the hacker ever having to go near the device. It’s a pretty high-level hack, but as Cui says, if he’s thought of it, you can imagine someone else has

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