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  • Reebok's Alien Stomper sneakers are equal-opportunity this year

    cnet.com 27 Apr '17, 8pm

    That bit about the "unisex sizing" is important, because when Reebok did this last year, the shoe was listed on the company's website in only men's sizes, despite the fact that "Aliens" heroine Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) was a woman. As we reported then , Reebok said this was an ...

  • Reebok's Alien Stomper sneakers are equal-opportunity this year

    cnet.com 27 Apr '17, 8pm

    That bit about the "unisex sizing" is important, because when Reebok did this last year, the shoe was listed on the company's website in only men's sizes, despite the fact that "Aliens" heroine Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) was a woman. As we reported then , Reebok said this was an ...

  • Tiny 'Game of Thrones' figures are carved out of pencil lead

    cnet.com 21 Apr '17, 9am

    , but the festivities are already ramping up. HBO is holding an exhibition in Singapore showcasing 16 of the series' most iconic figures -- in sculptures small enough to sit atop a pencil.

  • Tiny 'Game of Thrones' figures are carved out of pencil lead

    cnet.com 21 Apr '17, 9am

    , but the festivities are already ramping up. HBO is holding an exhibition in Singapore showcasing 16 of the series' most iconic figures -- in sculptures small enough to sit atop a pencil.

  • Tiny 'Game of Thrones' figures are carved out of pencil lead

    cnet.com 21 Apr '17, 9am

    , but the festivities are already ramping up. HBO is holding an exhibition in Singapore showcasing 16 of the series' most iconic figures -- in sculptures small enough to sit atop a pencil.

  • Singapore scientists teleport lemonade over the internet

    cnet.com 06 Apr '17, 7pm

    The technology works by using first dipping a sensor stick embedded with a pH level and color sensor into the actual drink, and then transmitting the data to the aforesaid tumbler. Electrolytes then stimulate your taste buds. And as I found out, you don't really need to actually drink...

  • Adidas kicks off sneakers with 3D-printed soles

    cnet.com 07 Apr '17, 3pm

    Adidas and Carbon's Futurecraft 4D shoe sole. Adidas/Carbon Using 3D printing technologies to create custom parts is nothing new. But using it to mass-produce them is. Thanks to start-up Carbon 's technology for additive printing using liquid rather than filament using a process simil...

  • Singapore scientists teleport lemonade over the internet

    cnet.com 07 Apr '17, 2am

    The technology works by using first dipping a sensor stick embedded with a pH level and color sensor into the actual drink, and then transmitting the data to the aforesaid tumbler. Electrolytes then stimulate your taste buds. And as I found out, you don't really need to actually drink...

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