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Internet health. Baby boxes. 808 heartbreak. Frank Lloyd Wright's 3D revival. And, is tech becoming conceptual art?
The legacy of the iconic Roland 808.
All your newborn needs is a cute little cardboard box to sleep in.
Is it time to think about the health of the internet as we do the environment or education?
Architect David Romero uses 3D visualization to recreate destroyed or unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright buildings.
From edible drone to smart parkas, tech companies' ideas are starting to seem more conceptual than practical.
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