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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Scientists invent new material for storing data

    cnet.com 11 Apr '17, 9am

    A nano-sized piece of film could hold the key to faster and bigger storage while using less power compared with current solid-state memory solutions. Scientists at the National University of Singapore's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have combined cobalt and palladi...

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