Forbes‘ Andy Greenberg details the test-firing of a 16-piece plastic gun created with an $8,000 3D printer. All the pieces except for one were printed: “The only non-printed piece is a common hardware store nail used as its firing pin,” writes Greenberg.
Meet RoboBees, tiny micro-robots with dragonfly-like wings that beat 120 times a second.
What might you do with a camera with hundreds of tiny lenses on a half-sphere, designed to function like a bug’s eye?
Here are five startups from TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York that you’re going to want to keep your eye on.
Researchers in France suggest they may have found a way to extend Moore’s Law through the 2020s after all.
Big Blue’s researchers have set a Guinness record with their new cartoon — every pixel’s an atom.
The Computer History Museum honors a distinguished scientist who worked on the first computer, and just kept going.
The Buddy Cup connects to your Facebook account, and when you clank it against someone else’s Buddy Cup, the two of you become friends on Facebook.
Imagine your phone physically transforming into a gamepad…or a stress ball.
Contemporary listeners have never been able to hear what telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell sounded like — until now.
A remarkable American invention celebrates its birthday today.
For those times when you’re lying on the couch and your cellphone, tablet, landline, laptop and desktop are just out of reach, but you happen to be playing Xbox 360, you can now order pizza from Pizza Hut.