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| This robot from Zuta Labs may change the way you print |
Jul 03, 2014 - 7:24 PM - by TechSocial |
The future of portable printing is rolling slowly across a piece of A4 paper on a hot Thursday afternoon in Jerusalem’s early summer. After what seems like an eternity compared to a standard inkjet device, the prototype creates seven characters with two spaces; the end result looks like it was spit out of an aging dot matrix printer. |
“It’s slow,” Tuvia Elbaum, co-founder of Zuta Labs, says for about the third time after the printer finishes its work. And while it may be slow now, the idea driving this start-up is nonetheless engaging.
The Zuta Pocket Printer is not your typical boxy tabletop inkjet or even a miniaturized version of one. It’s a robot that’s a little smaller than a CD case, with four wheels and a printer cartridge currently tethered to an Arduino board.
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| New Adobe Flash Security Hole Means It's Time to Update Again |
Jul 09, 2014 - 7:36 PM - by TechSocial |
Adobe announced an update to Flash on Tuesday that could stop hackers from stealing information via cookies. |
The update applies to Flash 184.108.40.206 or earlier versions on Macs and PCs, meaning users should update to 220.127.116.11. Those who are unable to update to the current version can download Flash 18.104.22.168 here.
The Adobe announcement did not detail the possible risks, but Google security engineer Michele Spagnuolo explained on her blog that the flaw allows hackers to collect cookies from certain websites using Flash, thereby exposing user data.
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