A Life Saved By 3D Printing

How 3D printing technology is being adopted into the medical field – and beginning to save lives. Kaiba went home looking healthy with his proud parents in October 2011. The view about his health changed one evening when the family went out to dinner. While in the restaurant, Kaiba stopped breathing and turned blue. He was rushed to the hospital that night.   He was sent home after staying in the hospital for ten days. However, he was back in the hospital two days after his discharge. It was after…

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Is Apple’s iPad Losing the Tablet Wars?

image courtesy of artofmanliness.com   Apple surprised us with its remarkable sales last year; however, despite the raging numbers of shipped hardware, the iPad’s year-over-year growth seem to lose its track. DisplaySearch analyst Davis Hsieh believes that this year Apple’s tablet sales could reach as much as 100 million units as demands for iPad mini increases. Over its biggest competitors (Samsung, ASUS, Amazon and Microsoft), Apple is still far away if we’re talking about number of hardware shipped and market share, but their tablet seems to experience a quarter-life crisis…

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Five Must-have Classical Books for Your iPad

image courtesy of woordenaar [via Flickr]   Summer break is just around the corner. If you’re a bookworm who prefers staying at home during the long break then this article is for you. We’re about to present five classical books you should read or re-read on your iPad. For parents who are thinking of taking their kids to summer camp, we suggest spending this break with your kids and increase their literacy and vocabulary through reading. Brace yourselves as we go on a trip down memory lane with these classic…

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