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Apple’s next big announcement

At 6pm tomorrow, the next iPad mini is set to be unveiled. Rumour has it that the new mini will feature a Touch ID fingerprint-scanner, much like the iPhone 5S. If this is true, the new 7.9-inch iPad will boast a scanner in the home button, recognising your fingerprint to secure online transactions and save you typing…

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What do you get for the person who has everything? 3D print yourself this Christmas!

This festive season iMakr, the world’s largest 3D printing store, is opening a pop-up shop in London’s Selfridges. The temporary outlet will feature a 3D scanning booth where visitors can have themselves digitally scanned and printed out as a miniature model for around £150. iMakr’s mission is to bring the 3D printer into the home….

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Nasa is preparing to send a 3D printer to the International Space Station

Nasa is preparing to send a 3D printer to the International Space Station next year after successfully testing the new technology. Engineers are hoping astronauts will be able to use the new technology to make potential life-or-death repairs on the International Space Station. We think 3D printing is a perfect solution for the adaptability required…

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The world’s first 3D Printing pen

3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen that you can hold in your hand, is now being shipped to its 30,000 earlybird Kickstarter backers. 3Doodler allows people to create 3D objects, whether freestyle 3D sketching or tracing shapes from templates to make larger architectural structures. Amazingly the 3Doodler allows you to literally draw in the…

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Are people really likely to rely more on a secure identity than a physical key?

Despite the rapid pace of technology that has renovated many consumer goods, the front door lock and key has hardly changed since the 1800s. But this is about to change….. Assa Abloy, which makes one in ten locks worldwide, is behind brands such as Yale. But the lock technology it is now developing means consumers…

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The new iPhone 5S will feature a fingerprint security scanner

So the rumours were true, as well as what Apple claims as desktop computer calibre performance and an improved camera, the new iPhone 5S will feature a fingerprint security scanner. The fingerprint sensor, named Touch ID, is a thin circle around the devices existing home button, removing the need to enter a pin code to…

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Will fingerprint scanners be a feature of the iPhone 5S?

As always there have been a number of leaks concerning the iPhone 5s. Above are what claim to be the first decent shots of it, as featured on Apple’s next handset. Looking a bit different to the current iPhone, or like any phone, it is claimed that the round part is alleged to be the…

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5 exciting technology launches to look out for

Working in IT we are always interested in the latest technologies. With the end of the summer and the lead up to Christmas fast approaching there are some huge developments on the way. Samsung Gear smartwatch It looks like Samsung are going to beat arch rival Apple with the launch of their smartwatch. Designs of…

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Are paperless offices still a long way off?

Proving that the ‘digital office’ is still a long way off, new research by OKI Systems has found that 92% of employees are still printing on physical paper at least once a day. The research, involving 2000 employees in the UK, found that 45% were printing more than ten pages a day. Dispelling myths that…

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Epson offers WiFi Direct printing from tablets, smartphones and PCs

Epson has unveiled a new range of Small-in-One printers with WiFi Direct support. This enables users to print directly from WiFi-enabled devices, without having to go via an access point. The range of compact all-in-one devices offers the ability to print and scan from anywhere within WiFi range. Automatic WiFi setup makes configuring to print…

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