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FREE BUILDING DIY APP and FILES I have made some useful files for my free white board app ‘Notes Story Board v 2.2’. Get this for free here now > Special summer offer, usual cost £1.99. What is it? Easy to use zooming ‘any size’ whiteboard app for Windows and Apple Mac* Load text files, […]

This is a very interesting video of flying robots building a tower out of preformed parts. Here, the parts are laid out and the robots fly off and build as fast and efficiently as they can. In the real world, this method of construction is standard in large structures, where precast and manufactured walls, beams, […]

This following text is the start of our new article coming up soon. We have already published one article on this topic at: Laptops, netbooks, ereaders, tablets and trade use > Computing Enters a New Age – Part 2 Microsoft has been somewhat struggling to find its pace with the advent of the new generation […]


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