Microsoft Surface Studio review round-up: Creatives love it

Surface Studio

Microsoft’s new Surface Studio is out today, and the early reviews are quite positive. This is niche hardware, meant primarily to appeal to creative types, but if you’re in the market for a new pen-friendly drawing surface, the Surface Studio may be right up your alley.

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Maker culture: junk robots, DIY tablets, 3D-printed dice, and more

Maker
Some of these featured projects are niche, some are simple novelties, and some have practical uses in the real world. The single unifying concept here is that someone had an idea, created something awesome, and then shared it with everyone.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/224923-maker-culture-junk-robots-quadcopters-3d-printed-dice-and-more

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Review: Devialet Phantom is a high-end speaker worth its weight in Kevlar

Article Image Developed by niche French audio firm Devialet, the Phantom has achieved wide acclaim from industry acolytes for impossibly low-distortion sound reproduction rivaling that of speakers ten times the cost and many times the size. It’s also the latest chic accessory to be featured in Apple’s retail stores.

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Salesforce Tries On Wearable Tech for Size


Salesforce.com is moving aggressively to carve out its own place in a hot emerging technology niche: wearable computing. With its new initiative, Salesforce Wear, it appears to be following its usual MO of co-opting technology in the consumer world and repositioning it for the enterprise. However, unlike social networking, which Salesforce.com adapted for its user base with marvelous effect — wearable technology is an iffy proposition among consumers. Still, its Wear initiative fits well with Salesforce.com’s Internet of the Customer concept.

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Cue health tracker brings molecular-level testing to iOS

With pedometers, smartwatches and other passive connected health-related products carving out a niche in the iOS device accessories market, tech startup Cue is looking to take the “quantified self” much further with an ambitious project that gathers, tracks and interpolates biological samples on the molecular level.



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