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Gone are the Days of the Fingerprint Sensor, iPhone 8 Could be Unlocked Using 3D Face Scanning System

Apple is testing an improved security system for the iPhone 8, launching later this year, that would allow users to login, authenticate payments and launch secure apps by using a 3D scanner to recognize the user’s face. Bloomberg reports that a source “familiar with the product,” – who asked not to be named – is …

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Creo: Four Week Comprehensive

Creo Harness with adjustable cable ties

Creo: Four Week Comprehensive Workshop Course Duration: 160 hours minimum Overview: Creo (Pro/Engineer): 4 Week Comprehensive Workshop is four weeks focusing on Creo (Pro/Engineer) tutorials. Week One Topics: Level 1 introduction to constraint based modeling assembly and drawing utilizing the latest release of Creo. Week Two Topics: Creo Detail Drawings & Creo Advanced Assembly participants …

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Mark Cuban Reinvents the Hoverboard, But Calls It a “Rideable”

Billionaire and Shark Tank Star Mark Cuban seems to agree that for a hoverboard to be a hoverboard it has to actually…hover. His team at Radical Transport has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Radical Moov, an “electric rideable” that looks very similar to those exploding hoverboards but promises to be much, much safer. The …

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NeoCon 2017- Our Favorite Find

A team from Design Engine took a trip to NeoCon 2017 this week to experience what’s new and what’s next in the commercial design industry. Neocon is a yearly interior design convention that serves as a gathering place for the design community’s key players. For the past five decades, Neocon has been a launch pad …

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Architect Turns Old Abandoned Factory into His Stunning Home

Spanish Architect Ricardo Bofill spent 45 years converting an abandoned World War One-era concrete factory into his home. Bofill first discovered the concrete factory just outside of Barcelona in 1973. Now having named it La Fábrica, he explained on his website, “I found enormous silos, a tall smokestack, four kilometers of underground tunnels, and machine …

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