3D printers are all the rage but laser cutters are cool too. Glowforge is the laser cutter that does it all. This not so little box can make things with a variety of different materials opening your design process up to endless possibilities. If you can ...
 
 

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Glowforge – make whatever you want with this laser “printer”

3D printers are all the rage but laser cutters are cool too. Glowforge is the laser cutter that does it all. This not so little box can make things with a variety of different materials opening your design process up to endless possibilities. If you can only buy one printer, make it this one, because it can do everything.

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In Car Delivery – have your Amazon packages dropped off in your trunk

Missing a package is not a great feeling. Or having it stolen from your porch. Why not get it delivered somewhere you know it will be safe, like the trunk of your car. If you would like to have your next Amazon package dropped straight at your car, congratulations, the company is rolling out In Car Deliveries with use of the Amazon Key app.

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The Odin – check out this neat dog puzzle toy

Is your dog getting enough stimulation and exercise in their day? If you have to work, probably not. Get your dog some more fun throughout the day with the Odin, the modular dog toy that makes them really work for their treats.

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Stilform KOSMOS – The Most AMAZING Pen Ever? [REVIEW]

The Stilform KOSMOS: it has a cool name and it's not tech: it's a pen! continue reading

     

IVY Mini Photo Printer – print your pictures and stick them wherever

Portable photo printers are really popular and now Canon is getting in on the game. The company known for their high-quality cameras wants you to be able to save your Instagram pictures in physical space too with the IVY Mini Photo Printer.

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