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A holiday gift guide for your tech-savvy girlfriends
Few winners in anonymous social networking, and Secret’s not one of them
New Secret is a shameless clone of Yik Yak
Jawbone UP3 likely won’t ship in time for Christmas after all
This little USB necklace hacks your computer in no time flat
The crunchies monkey makes an appearance at the TechCrunch Christmas party. #techcrunch
Touch ID patent application shows Apple could expand home button features
This pair of jolly robotic hands pick up candy and place it into a stocking. These dextrous hands come from the Neuroinformatics Group at Bielefeld University where the Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) decided to spread a little robotic Christmas cheer. Check out the ful
We present a pair of jolly robotic hands that pick up candy and place it into a stocking
Raising more than $750K in hardware crowdfunding
Innovation and investment in 3D printing surges
Sony has announced its own take on Google Glass. Or rather, it has detailed a "Compact, Lightweight Single-Lens Display Module with OLED Technology." So basically a module that clips onto your existing glasses to ‘smartify’ them. Check out our full coverage of this new device up on the blog. #techcr
Sony has announced its own take on Google Glass
Innovation and investment in 3D printing surges, w/over $70M raised in 2014 #CBDaily
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Each year, Google releases a list of the topics we’ve collectively searched for the most over the past 12 months. These were the top trending searches in the U.S. 1. Robin Williams 2. World Cup 3. Ebola 4. Malaysia Airlines 5. Flappy Bird 6. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 7. ISIS 8. Ferguson 9. Frozen 10
Meet the Somabar, a home bartending robot with class
Today Instagram added five new filters for still images. They are Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden and Perpetua. #instagram #techcrunch
Derby, a dog born with deformed legs, now runs thanks to 3D printing
Another animal has been given a new lease on life thanks to 3D printing. Derby, a dog born with deformed legs, can now run free with the help of some folks at 3DSystems. Derby’s front legs have been augmented with two blade-like attachments that he uses to run and scamper. #3Dprinting #3Dsystems #do
2014, The Year Of The Monster Funding Round. Does more money = more problems? #CBDaily
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The FiiV case straps a hotspot and battery to your iPad