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Architects and Builders Turning to Robots

robotArchitects and builders are turning to robotic technology to realise more complex building designs.

An example is Bond University on the Gold Coast which is studying the use of sensors to guide machines around the similar types of cluttered environments that you would associate with construction sites.

As architects and designers’ quest for innovation  grows, it has resulted in some of the world’s leading architecture firms beginning to integrate prototyping tools, including robots, into their design process.

Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/why-architects-and-builders-are-turning-to-robots-418171#ixzz46AbNOdCm

New Service NSW app for residents and drivers in New South Wales...

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A simple new app has been launched for NSW residents and drivers.

The app helps drivers who have received a speeding fine.

The app allows you to click “my fines”  and see any outstanding fines listed against your name and driver’s licence.

You can also view the actual photos taken by the Speed Camera in question and view your demerit points as well as other relevant information.

Read more at http://eftm.com.au/2016/04/speeding-fine-theres-an-app-for-that-service-nsw-26714

Nintendos First Smartphone App Gets Record Number of Users in First 3 Days...

nintendoMiitomo, the first smartphone app from Nintendo got over 100 million users in the first 3 days, according to a tweet from the Miitomo Twitter account.

The app is topping iOS charts in Japan at the moment despite the gaming company’s first app being a messaging app instead of a gaming app as everyone was hoping.

The cool part about the app is that users get to design their own avatar, called Mii which is based on their own image.

The app is currently free but will allow users to buy accessories for their avatar.

Find out more here.

Paid IPhone Apps You Could Get For Free

live-wallpapers-plusSo iPhone users are just ending off a pretty good week having had 4 consecutive days of paid iPhone and iPad apps for free.

The catch is the sale could end at any time, in fact it may already by over. But these are a few that may still be on sale. So if you click on a link and see a price, then obviously the sale is over.

  1. Faux Browser normally $9.99
  2. Live wallpaper plus normal price $0.99
  3. Rogue Saga normal price $0.99
  4. BrainWave Tuner normally $3.99
  5. Moodelicious normal price $0.99

For more apps go to http://bgr.com/2016/03/18/best-free-iphone-apps-ipad-mar-18/