The World’s First 3D Printed Castle

3D Printed Castle

Andrey Rudenko wanted to see if it was possible to make a 3d printed house, Andrey is an architect, and rather than use a traditional design, he went for something more interesting, a castle, and created the world’s first 3d printed castle.

It took Andrey around four months to create his 3D printed castle, he had originally planned to 3D print a 2 story home in Minnesota, and started on the castle to prove the concept.

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Archos Windows Phone 8.1 Smartphone 40 Cesium

Archos phoneFrench company Archos might be known to many of you even if they aren’t exactly a common household name. They have released their share of smartphones, tablets and other connected devices. Its latest launch takes the company into new territory.

Archos has unveiled its first Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone called the 40 Cesium. Don’t get super excited. The first Windows Phone device from Archos isn’t a high-end smartphone. It has entry-level specs with a matching price tag.
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More Images Of the Sony Xperia Z3 Leaked

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Sony Xperia Z3 has seen its fair share of leaks in the past few weeks. We’ve seen some leaked images of the alleged handset in all its glory in the past, revealing its design — which isn’t too different from the Xperia Z3, and appears to be a substantial upgrade.

Recently, some more images of the alleged Sony Xperia Z3 made their way on to the internet, showing the alleged handset from all possible angles.

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HP recalls millions of power cords

hpcordsDuring the course of a year, there are bound to be many recalls of various products. Unfortunately for HP they are going through a massive recall right now. HP has been forced to recall over six million laptop power cords. This comes after multiple reports of them overheating.

The recall is for the United States and Canada, and it covers cords sold from September 2010 up through the summer of 2012.
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12.9-inch iPad Pro To Launch In Early 2015 (Rumor)

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The 12.9-inch iPad, expected to launch as the iPad Pro, was spotted in the rumor for some time earlier this year. Several reports hinted that Apple will not launch the larger iPad this year.

According to a new report, citing people familiar with the matter, the long-rumored 12.9-inch iPad is expected to see the light of the day early 2015.

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Naked Pi B+ Raspberry Pi Transparent Case (video)

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Makers, developers and hobbyists that enjoy building projects using the new Raspberry Pi B+ single board mini PC, might be interested in a new transparent case which has been created by Sharnon Tulabadi called the Naked Pi.

The Naked Pi Raspberry Pi transparent case allows you to protect your mini PC but also still see its inner workings allowing you to enjoy the technology that combines to create the iconic Pocket PC.

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Pokemon Fighting Game Pokken Tournament Launching Next Year (video)

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Pokémon fans are sure to be excited to learn that a new fighting game will be launching next year called Pokken Tournament and today the Pokémon Company in Japan and its development have released the very first teaser trailer providing a glimpse of the action you can expect to enjoy when the game launches.

The teaser trailer after the jump provides a first glimpse at the gameplay you can expect within the new Pokkén Tournament game which is currently under development and features 3D versions of Lucario and Machoke battling it out.

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New Samsung Galaxy ‘A’ Smartphone Range On The Way

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Samsung recently launched their new Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone, and now according to a recent report, Samsung will also launch some more devices which are similar to the Galaxy Alpha under a Samsung Galaxy ‘A’ series of handsets.

According to the guys over at Sammobile, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, the company will add three new handsets to their Galaxy ‘A’ series range.

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