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Apple engineer builds programmable drawing machine out of Legos

Apple software engineer Andrew Carol is a true Lego enthusiast, devoting himself to building ever-more complicated contraptions using plastic bricks and posting them online for the world to see. <i>Fast Co Design</i> takes a look at the latest, an elaborate drawing machine made out of Legos that scribbles …

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26Jul/18<p>There are multiple departments within a retail organization, so which are most important? If we’re equating worth to cost — i.e., the annual …

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Why Starting Small Can Lead to a Better App

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The biggest question mobile app developers usually ask themselves is, 'how do I reach out to my customers?' Or, 'do my customers even want the app that I'm building?'<p>Building an app that brings traction and generates wealth requires that …

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Five tips to get more out of your iPhone or iPad in the new year

Usually a New Year’s resolution happens when a person makes a promise to improve themselves. Despite our best intentions, studies have shown that as …

Five Hurdles The Steam Machine Has To Overcome

It seems that iBuyPower’s Steam Machine will be the first to market, priced at $500, sized between an Xbox One and PS4 and reportedly close to outperforming both. Many are celebrating the arrival of Steam Machines as a way for the console market to open up past the usual big three, but in a way …

Evernote CEO acknowledges stability issues, says simpler design is coming

Evernote's rapid expansion into new product categories over the past year may have left its core software wanting. Phil Libin, the company's founder and CEO, acknowledged several problems in a blog post today and says Evernote will spend 2014 improving the stability and simplicity of its core …