During our big 3DPalooza event we had the building scanned using a bunch of different technologies and types of equipment. Faro pitched in with the work, and we got to enjoy seeing their Focus3D X 330 in action. These are tools made for 3D surveying – they are fitted with GPS and have a scanning range of 330 meters!
Apple has reportedly opened its first Seattle office. An Apple rep confirmed to The Seattle Times that the company has opened an engineering office in the city, though the rep declined to give further details. The report states that the office will be staffed by former engineers from F5 Networks and Union Bay Networks who are working on network infrastructure. The report points out that leading cloud services were “largely built in Seattle.
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What do Terry Crews, MegaBots and Ebola have in common? They’re all disappearing faster than you can say, “She sells sea shells at the sea shore”!
We trust them to clean our floors, but how do they stack up against a battle axe? Angry Nerd dared us to test the vacuuming robot Roomba—see what happens when we put it through a destruction test of viking proportions.
Facebook is giving you more ways to tweak what you see in your News Feed. The social network unveiled a new settings menu and customization options for News Feed that allows users to personalize the types of content they see. The News Feed settings menu, which appears in the Facebook apps and on the web, displays which friends appear most often in your News Feed and which friends you’ve chosen to unfollow.
A previously undisclosed hacking campaign against military targets in Israel and Europe is probably backed by a country that misused security-testing software to cover its tracks and enhance its capability. Researchers coordinated by Israel’s independent Computer Emergency Response Team said the attack program relied on software usually sold by Boston-based Core Security to companies and other customers that want to test their own defenses.