Adriana Lee

Adriana is the resident writer-slash-culture vulture who has written about everything from smartphones, tablets, apps, accessories, and small biz technology to cooking, fashion, pop culture, newsmakers and the arts. She has appeared on Fox Business News, and her work has been published in Time Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and others. All of this gives her a unique view on her passions, technology and modern lifestyle. You can find her where the two intersect, at TechnoBuffalo, or follow her on Twitter at @Adra_La

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MakerBot's New Digitizer Makes Scanning and Replicating Objects As Easy As Making Photocopies

MakerBot's New Digitizer Makes Scanning and Replicating Objects As Easy As Making Photocopies

Adriana Lee

One of the barriers for 3D printing is the technical acumen required to design a 3D object. Not everyone knows CAD or has the 3D modeling skills to create a digital file fit for printing. But what if all it took was a simple scan? You could take any object in the physical world, put it in a digitizer and then let the technology step in, scanning it into a digital file and replicating it...

Reach For the Sky: iPhone 5 Case Boasts External Antenna For Wi-Fi Signal Boost

Reach For the Sky: iPhone 5 Case Boasts External Antenna For Wi-Fi Signal Boost

Adriana Lee

Wi-Fi problems can be caused by myriad things. Sometimes it’s a weak signal from the router. Other times, it’s an issue with the device itself. That’s no surprise. Phones have gotten slimmer, with less room for trifling things like — oh, I don’t know — ANTENNAS. And then there’s the fundamental fact that users are actually intended to hold these devices, which can impede reception. One...

If Polaroid and Instagram Had A Love Child: Meet Socialmatic's Instant Digital & Film Camera

If Polaroid and Instagram Had A Love Child: Meet Socialmatic's Instant Digital & Film Camera

Adriana Lee

Socialmatic‘s dream of producing a physical Instagram camera just got real, thanks to a new agreement that gives the company the right to build the device under the Polaroid brand. So what do you get when you combine the filter-happy, photo-sharing service with one of the most beloved old-school instant cameras? You get this crazy cute device that recasts the Instagram icon as a...