Drew Prindle

Drew Prindle

Drew's fascination with technology began at an early age - shortly after he licked a 9-volt battery for the first time. It was this first taste of technology that sparked his interest in how electronics work, and he's been obsessed ever since. Aside from keeping up with the latest developments in tech, he enjoys shock humor, and working puns into his writing at every opportunity. You can find his work on Digital Trends and The Manual.
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DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Review

You won't know you wanted a drone until you play with DJI's Phantom 2 Vision+

Scientists just discovered a way to reduce the caloric content of rice by 50 percent

An undergraduate student in Sri Lanka discovered a new way to cook rice that can reduce its caloric content by as much as 50 percent; the technique offers a few other added health benefits
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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: E Ink high heels, a pain-relieving wearable

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!

A really simple guide to really simple syndication (RSS)

With such a massive torrent of media being produced each day, it can sometimes be hard to keep up with all your favorite sites. So how do we alleviate the problem? The answer is simple — really simple in fact. Here's a really simple…
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MIT research may revolutionize structural engineering with a camera that ‘sees’ sound

Using nothing more than a high speed camera and a special processing algorithm, the team was able to extract the audio signals in a room from 15 feet away through soundproof glass.

Bosch’s new finger-sensing table saw uses small explosives to prevent cutting injuries

Unlike the now-infamous SawStop, Bosch's new REAXX table saw can be reset and used again after the emergency braking system has been activated, so it saves your fingers and the saw.
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This wild new 3D printer uses UV light to grow objects out of liquid

3D printing technology has been progressing at a fairly steady pace for the past few years, but now, thanks to California-based startup Carbon3D, the technology is about to take a massive leap forward.