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The early reception for Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headgear has been cautiously optimistic, save for one persistent bugbear: the device's field of view. Up until Wednesday, Microsoft hadn't shown that limitation in its promotional videos, but new footage demonstrates what it's like to look through a HoloLens.
U.S. State Department <a href="http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2015-06-03/pdf/2015-12844.pdf">announced new proposed rules</a> that would effectively make it illegal to post blueprints for 3D-printed guns online.
Microsoft is sending its new augmented-reality headgear out of this world ... literally.
When it comes to 3D printing, the general public is likely unaware how far the technology has come from the days when making figurines and trinkets was about all many believed the machines could do.
LONG BEACH, CALIF. -- Today, much of the research around 3D bioprinting tissue and organs revolves around laying down enough cells in an abiotic substrate outside a living body, so they can culture and then be implanted where needed.
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LONG BEACH, CALIF. -- While patent litigation has been on the rise for a number of years, it hasn't been between competing companies but from patent trolls who seek to buy up patent portfolios in order to <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/article/2502588/it-management-why-tech-vendors-fund-patent-trolls.html">sue industry players</a> for infringement.
Dell is taking its printers to the Cloud as people increasingly use smartphones and tablets to access remote documents.
General Electric <a href="http://www.gereports.com/post/118394013625/these-engineers-3d-printed-a-mini-jet-engine-then">this week revealed</a> that it has completed a multi-year project to print a working jet engine.
If you feel like you need eyes in the back of your head, there's a crowdsourcing app for that.
<a href="http://www.ulalaunch.com/">United Launch Alliance</a> (ULA), the company that makes rockets for NASA and the U.S. Air Force, plans to 3D print more than 100 flight-ready components for its next-gen model of rocket.
What would convince you to purchase a 3D printer? Low price? Ease of use? A viable purpose? If so, then 3D printing start-ups may be on the right track.
A wireless charging start-up says it has developed a chipset that easily integrates with mobile devices to allow them to charge from existing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth transmitters.
A 3D printing company has just emerged from quiet mode to announce its technology: a machine that can create objects 25 to 100 times faster than the typical 3D printer.
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