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Out of the Tub & Into Your Heart

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While it may look like your standard run-of-the-mill bath toy, rest assured that Edwin is no ordinary duck. Developed by Indiana-based pi lab, Edwin the Duck is more than just a bath toy. While Edwin can certainly make cleaning up fun, in part thanks to a waterproof speaker that can play music from any bluetooth-connected […]

Quick as an ‘Arro’

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By Patrick Kearns   Hailing a taxi in New York City the old-fashioned way is becoming a lost art with the rise of e-hailing. But that doesn’t mean the iconic yellow taxi is about to fade from city streets. Arro, a Long Island City-based taxi app that utilizes technology also developed in Long Island City […]

3D Printing: A New Dimension to Queens

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The Future of Manufacturing is Making a Home in the Borough By Patrick Kearns   Conceptually, 3D printing is somewhat inaccessible to the general public; it’s still an involved industrial process on the manufacturing scale, and on a smaller, do-it-yourself scale, it’s unaffordable. Eventually that will change. While a 3D-printed future where we’re driving our […]

Close at Hand: The Rise of Wearable Tech

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By Chase Collum Apple wasn’t the first to design a smart watch, but it comes as no surprise that the company credited with creation of the first personal computer may be the first to get it right. And it’s about time. Wearables have been seeping into the tech scene over the last decade, mostly because powerful […]

Glasses-free 3D

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New offerings from Nintendo, LG and HTC aim to make 3D less annoying By Nigel Chiwaya I think it’s safe to say that most of us are a little sick of 3D. When 3D returned to mainstream movies starting with 2009’s My Bloody Valentine, business execs and suits from every walk of the entertainment world […]

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