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In this episode of the Technophiles Newscast Shawn talks about a potential Eco-City to be built inside a crater, another property of the wondrous material Graphene, NASA’s old ISEE-3 space probe, some robots made of paper, and a small mobile robotic printer. This is the 9th episode of the Technophiles Newscast.EP109

Thing’s get a little goofy this Tuesday when David & Tina travel to Shawn’s new apartment for a discussion about Viacom’s new deal with Sony’s PS4 and NASA sending a 3D Printer to the International Space Station. This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and thirty-seventh episode.

On this week’s episode of Technophiles David, Kyle & Bryce talk about Facebook’s IPO situation, mind operated robot arms, NASA’s Ultimate App, Google’s new search engine, and Brazil’s new retail ‘Like’ trend.

Earth Now
by Jet Propulsion Laboratory
operating system: iOS | price: Free | size: 9.5 mb | category: Education
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

2012 is here. It’s time to prepare yourself for catastrophic climate change, the switching of the poles, the atmosphere being cooked away by massive solar flares, the return of aliens, or jesus, or whatever. So you can see how having an app that provides you with near-real-time global climate data could come in handy, right? Ok, so maybe not all of us are stocking up our subterranean shelters, but Earth Now is still a neat app.

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