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Minnesota Man to Build a 3D Printer to Build Homes

According to this report from Engadget, a man in Minnesota is constructing a massive 3D Printer that will layer a concrete-sand mixture that will serve as walls in the construction of a house. Operators, will conceivably have to insert support rods before the mixture dries.

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Saint Peter RC Car Races a Summer Passtime

RC Car Race in St Peter

The Saint Peter RC car races seem to be a great summer passtime for kids and even adults who want to rent a car and put it on the track. These little cars are quite fast and zoom around the track like you might expect a small gas-powered car for a squirrel to do (that would be awesome, yes I know). Unfortunately, unlike those toaster vans, hamsters or other rodents do not drive these vehicles.

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Brothers in Clarkfield Build Wind-Powered Phone Charger

Two Icelandic brothers in Clarkfield, Minnesota have built a wind-powered cell phone charger, according to Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal.

A tweet coming from Biz Journal this morning linked to the story by Jim Hammarand. According to his report, the device is still in prototype format and not yet available for public consumption. However, the technology remains an interesting bit of technology news for Minnesota.

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Tetris on Biggest Screen - The Side of a Building!

The city of Philadelphia always has something interesting or exciting happening. Six days ago, a YouTube video showed one of those amazing events in the city. People were playing the classic arcade game, Tetris, using a joystick connected via 4G to lights on the side of a building in Philly to play a larger than life game of Tetris. Many people turned out for the event, which last year featured Pong, according to an organizer at the event.

The event was organized by Drexler University in Philly.

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Oculus is Probably a New Wave of Gamer Tech

Oculus is Probably a New Wave of Gamer Tech

A gamer is challenged to sit, wearing his VR-style headgear and goggles, and diffuse a virtual world bomb before it explodes killing your virtual self and others while other people are screaming the instructions to you as you do it. This was a scenario played out in an article featured at Tech Crunch, a popular tech website that posts its frequent updates via Twitter.

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Tells Obama Enough is Enough

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Tells Obama Enough is Enough

Most of us have seen the movie, "The Social Network" and we might think to ourselves, "Is Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook really a champion of privacy?" Maybe. Probably not. What is true, however, is that he doesn't appreciate tactics of the United States government, the National Security Administration (NSA) in particular, in regard to its data snooping.

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Breaking News - NASA Astronauts Land Fine in Kazakhstan

http://guardianlv.com/2014/03/nasa-astronauts-land-safe-in-kazakhstan/

Read Rob Lawson's breaking news at Guardian Liberty Voice about the NASA craft landing.

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Big Net Giants Team Up To Make Government Report Snooping

Read Rob Lawson's report about how The Internet's largest U.S. companies, including Apple, Google, LinkedIn and others teamed up to make sure the government allows the companies to report their requests for private information. There are cavets. Read about them at Interpacket News

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