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11 Stories You Need To Know Today

11 Stories You Need To Know Today
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3D house printers pay off in one year, security cameras that are vulnerable and how retailers track your movements.

Laura Chase
  • 2 august 2013

House 3D printers pay for themselves in one year. Gizmodo

A glimpse on North Korean Android tablet restrictions. Network World

‘Boston Bomber’ could be one of Rolling Stone’s best selling issues yet. The Drum

How retailers are able to track your movements and activities. Fast Company

Vietnam to ban sharing news on social media. The Telegraph 

Hacked Google Glass is used to report demonstrations. Fast Company

Hundreds of Trendnet security camera feeds remain vulnerable. The Verge

Leaked Samsung ‘Galaxy Folder’ suggests return of the flip phone. Engadget

Pinterest will send users a notification when one of their pins drops in price. The Next Web

H&M launches e-commerce in the U.S  Fashionista

North Korea  to spend $200 million on new airport. Wired

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