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A look at some of the most stunning technology that came our way in 2012. It was a really amazing year!
From Google+ Communities to new cellphones and even human organ printing, 2012 was one of the best tech years in recent memory! We show you a couple of our favorite tech of the year as we head into 2013!
As great as social media is, a lot of people have a hard time finding people to connect with. Google+ Communities changes that.
The Transporter is a recent release that combines social behavior with storage, giving you the ability to replicate your data across devices kept in different places.
The good ol' Drobo was shrunk into a Mini version with added SSDs for on-the-go, faster replication of your precious data.
Project Glass will give you augmented reality glasses that show everything you need to know right in front of your face.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II was my favorite release for keeping up with everything while out and about.
Google Now pushes the productivity of our mobile devices. The best example of a virtual personal assistant we have to date, and it'll only get better.
AfterShokz conduct the audio through your bones. You still hear everything perfectly! The music and your surroundings.
Google Fiber was a really cool release - gigabit speeds that make you scream in joy!
Windows 8 is not only a new OS, but it combined the desktop experience with the touchscreen functionality you've loved since the iPhone came out.
The Leap gets rid of mice and touch screens and focuses on using just your hand gestures to control your devices.
3D Printing also made a huge leap with the ability to print human organs with our own cells!
Felix Baumgartner took a leap from the edge of space and made it safely to the ground. The highest skydive ever made.
NASA put a rover the size of a small car on the surface of Mars, and they landed it in a way that had never been done before.
The amazing ability of science to predict and describe something that's not been actually observed was demonstrated when a particle that may well be the Higgs boson was discovered in July.
Microlattice is a metallic mesh that's very strong, but so lightweight that it can lay on top of a dandelion without crushing it. The aviation industry is all abuzz about the possibilities this presents for planes.
Enable Talk Gloves can be recognized by a mobile device to give someone who doesn't know sign language the ability to communicate with someone who can only communicate by using sign language.
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Xbox One is being positioned as an integrated entertainment system - will it earn a place in your living room? http://t.co/SJzLxGcXfs
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Could you eat breaded goodies faster than this machine can make them? http://t.co/lQYQ5abFou
Need more cloud storage for photos? Flickr's giving you 1 TB free - http://t.co/mJU1ZTqtpX
Hydroponic gardening has been around for years, but now it's headed for restaurant kitchens! #LRSTech http://t.co/XGuzH9JiK1
How restaurants plan to keep you cool outside in the summer heat - http://t.co/bdyFqahw8V #LRSTech
We talked to @pdamico, the president of @Moes_HQ, about the future of the restaurants - http://t.co/w2OxXiPI1d #LRSTech