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Monthly Archives: June 2014

To the dad's of the world,  enjoy your children, grandchildren and being a great father!  

US startup Mission Street Manufacturing seeks $50k of Kickstarter crowdfunding for child-focused device 3D printers certainly aren't toys, but one US company is preparing to launch a 3D printer for children called Printeer. Mission Street Manufacturing is...

Better power-packs will open the road for electric vehicles THE author of “Fifty Shades of Grey”, E.L. James, has mused at length about a billionaire inflicting punishment in her bondage-based bestseller. As the recipient of...

  It's the end of E3 2014 and so much happened. So, so much. Like, all the much. If you missed any of it, here's some recaps for you to peruse for many, many hours: Horizon...

Photographer: Daneger/Getty Images The technology industry's big promises about big data haven't quite materialized. Organizations and governments are amassing huge amounts of digital information, but they're often finding the tools aren't sophisticated enough to provide...

Warner Bros. The tech company -- boasting a 100 percent success rate for its fall 2013 box-office predictions -- forecasts financial losses for Tom Cruise's "Edge of Tomorrow" and Dwayne Johnson's "Hercules." Edge...

The Mashable Velocity graph shows how quickly people are sharing this article on the social Web." Pinterest is expanding its first major ad offering, Promoted Pins, to all businesses in hopes of capturing ad dollars...

Location-sharing service Foursquare is splitting its app in two as the novelty of checking in at a store or restaurant has worn off. Swarm, the new app, will still let users broadcast “I’m here!” and...