Recently by Brian Jepson

I just saw this piece in the weekly print edition of the Christian Science Monitor. It's a great overview of a lot of the offerings out there. In Your idea, "printed" in 3-D, Jesse Emspak writes: "'rapid prototyping' relies on a simple concept: building an object one cross section at a time, similar to laying down LEGO bricks to make a larger shape." The products they mention are priced out of reach for most of us, but there is an offering they didn't mention, the MakerBot CupCake CNC, a cheap ($750) rapid prototyper that you can build yourself.
The folks at Verizon Wireless and Weber Shandwick Worldwide sent me a review unit of the Verizon Mi-Fi2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot. It's a great device that combines the broad coverage of EV-DO (the 3G cellular data system used by Verizon...
Via the Android Blogging Network, I learned that HTC released new firmware for the Android Dev Phone 1 with the long-awaited "Cupcake" (1.5) version of the Android operating system. The installation isn't too tricky, but you should read it...

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