This weekend, Texas-based 3D printing company Solid Concepts announced that it had successfully fired 600 shots over two tests from its all-metal 3D-printed handgun, the first known prototype of its kind.
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At its meeting in Vancouver this week, the IETF has discussed what it could do to turn its plan to protect the web from government spying into action.
Speaking at the UN's recent Internet Governance Forum in Bali, Indonesia, IETF chair Jari Arkko laid out a plan to protect the U.S. Internet from the NSA's surveillance efforts.
A new study estimates that if just 10% of cars on the road were self-driving, the U.S. economy would see an overall economic increase of $38 billion and 1,000 fewer traffic deaths per year.
Despite the uncertainty regarding when Google Glass will be made available to the public, entrepreneurs are betting their livelihood on the head-worn device.
DEMO is all about startups pitching their new products, but one panel discussion at the US conference turned the tables, with CIOs telling startups what they can do to win business in the enterprise.
DEMO Fall 2013 kicks off this week, giving more than 40 startups and entrepreneurs the chance to introduce their products to the world.
At this point in the highly competitive mobile market, it's difficult to introduce a new app or product that is entirely unique. This was made clear during the mobile session at the DEMO Fall 2013 conference.
After the FBI executed an arrest warrant last week on Ross Ulbricht, the alleged mastermind behind the massive online drug marketplace Silk Road, it seized about 26,000 Bitcoins, worth roughly $3.2 million, that were stored in the site's user accounts.
Internet freedom has declined in the United States over the past year as a result of its surveillance policies, reflecting a trend that appears to have caught on worldwide, according to a recently released study.
Mashable recently published a Q&A with an anonymous drug dealer who was operating on Silk Road, the massive online drug marketplace that was shuttered after the FBI arrested its proprietor earlier this week.
The FBI arrested the proprietor of Silk Road, the industry-leading online black market for buying and selling drugs, in San Francisco yesterday, according to several reports.
Mike McNamara, CIO of the British grocery retailer Tesco, says 3D printing will help his company and the retail sector at large.
A new Pew report sheds light on the still-significant population of American adults – 15 per cent, in fact – who don't use the Internet.
Globally, men have a much easier time accessing the Internet than women, according to a new report issued by the United Nations' Broadband Commission Working Group.