An industrious design graduate from the University of Edinburgh has posted a 3D printing CAD file for a wrist ban that allows users to insert an iPod Nano, which can act as a watch, music player and more.
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A Chinese company has become the first to construct multiple buildings using 3D printers that extrude recycled building materials at breakneck speed.
A new report shows that 3D printers and the materials that go along with them will explode over the next five years due to a growing comport with the technology fed mainly by inclusion of the tech in academic settings.
The new Form 1+ stereolithography printer from Formlabs is 50 per cent faster than its predecessor.
An Israeli company and the aluminum giant Alcoa Canada have demonstrated a car using a combination of aluminum-air and lithium-ion storage technologies that can travel vast distances between charges.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk plans to open up the designs for free, fast-charging electric vehicle stations in order to create a standard other car makers can use.
Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed, contests claims his 3D printed gun isn't safe and will try to continue to make 3D gun plans available.
A Stanford engineer has figured out how to charge implanted batteries the size of a grain of sand that will then run devices such as pacemakers and nerve stimulators.
Toshiba plans to demolish its No. 2 flash memory plant in Japan and replace it with a new facility where it and SanDisk will produce 3D NAND.
SanDisk today announced its SanDisk X300s SSD line-up, which uses TCG Opal 2.0 and Microsoft Encrypted Hard Drive hardware-based encryption, coupled with a new SSD administration dashboard.
Volvo Car Groups Drive Me project, which will feature 100 self-driving Volvos on public roads, has kicked off and its first test vehicles are now cruising around the Swedish city of Gothenburg.
While announcing the launch of its new line of 4TB enterprise-class SSDs this week, SanDisk also said it plans to up the ante for capacity.
TDK today announced it is licensing wireless charging technology that it plans to sell it to makers of electric vehicles to enable wireless battery recharging.
A group of Stanford students have created a working prototype of a 3D printer head that lays down sensors and circuitry along with thermoplastics to create functioning electronic devices.
The New York International Auto Show, which runs through April 27, allows automakers to show off the latest technology on four wheels. Here are some of the highlights from this year's big event.