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- Samsung Made a Butt Robot (Robutt? Ass-bot?) to Test Smartphones
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Plato, Politics and Eugenics - Space Viking, A Book Review.wolfsbooks.com.au - As a teenager I loved this book and read it often. It is a classic space opera with fast paced action scenes and a good dash of empire building as well. It also contains some politics, but it is simple and easy to follow, not like C.J. Cherryh’s Chanur Series, which gave me a headache and slowed the pace of the novels somewhat.
the-digital-reader.com - The Association of American Publishers announced today that the US ebook market, or rather the segment tracked by AAP member publishers, saw moderate growth in the first 8 months of 2014. Read more />
goodereader.com - The fifth annual London Futurebook conference featured 47 speakers from the publishing industry and beyond. A pre-conference survey suggested only 1 in 7 publishing insiders thought the industry was ready for the next stage in the digital revolution. But the atmosphere was excitement, not anxiety. Read more />
tor-com - We suppose someone should have expected this, given the iPhone 6 bend debacle, but somehow, the possibility sailed right by us: Samsung decided to prove their phones wouldn’t bend by creating a robot that could sit on them over and over.
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