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Metal 3D printing at home is here at last thanks to the 3D Welder

Metal 3D printing at home is here at last thanks to the 3D Welder

By 18 November 2014

3D printing is exciting and will change the world, but not in its current state where only plastic can be printed at home. That's why the 3D Welder is an exciting project, able to 3D print metal. A team of students from the Delft University of Technology... >>

Skateboarding superstar Tony Hawk takes on the real-life Hendo Hoverboard, see how he gets on (video)

Skateboarding superstar Tony Hawk takes on the real-life Hendo Hoverboard, see how he gets on (video)

By 18 November 2014

Earlier this year Tony Hawk, skateboarding champion and star of many a game, released a video of himself and a few friends riding a Back to the Future II-style "hoverboard". It spread like wildfire and seemed convincing to some but was just a prank. The... >>

Intel MICA is a fashionable smart cuff just for women, launches in US for $495

Intel MICA is a fashionable smart cuff just for women, launches in US for $495

By 18 November 2014

Intel has a new wearable that sort of looks like Will.i.am's Puls but targeted toward women. The wearable is called MICA, and that stands for My Intelligent Communication Accessory. The whole thing was designed by Opening Ceremony and engineered by... >>

Nokia is 'up to something', we could see branded devices sooner than expected

Nokia is 'up to something', we could see branded devices sooner than expected

By 17 November 2014

Nokia has not gone quietly away after selling its mobile business to Microsoft. Instead it appears to have been hard at work on a new product which has just been teased. The above photo shows an image tweeted by Nokia with the hashtags #thinkingahead... >>

The days of the Nokia phone may be over, but you could soon see other Nokia devices for sale

The days of the Nokia phone may be over, but you could soon see other Nokia devices for sale

By 17 November 2014

With Microsoft ditching the Nokia name for its latest Lumia phone, the Lumia 535, it looked like that would be the last time we'd ever see the iconic brand adorn a mid- to high-end device. But while the Finnish company that sold its devices division... >>

Keeker is the smart robot for the home: A moving projector, speaker, security bot and more

Keeker is the smart robot for the home: A moving projector, speaker, security bot and more

By 17 November 2014

Keeker could be the first proper robot to grace homes with myriad uses. It's basically a little Star Wars style R2D2 for the real world, minus the weapons. Keeker is primarily a moving projector with surround sound. That means you can send it anywhere... >>

See Japan’s new 500km/h maglev train at full speed

See Japan’s new 500km/h maglev train at full speed

By 17 November 2014

Japan, ever at the forefront of technological developments, has just sent a new magnetic levitation train along at speeds of over 500km/h which is about 310mph. The Central Japan Railway Company is currently running eight days of testing for the maglev... >>

Amazon Kindle owners treated to new features, here's how to update your Voyage, new Kindle or Paperwhite

Amazon Kindle owners treated to new features, here's how to update your Voyage, new Kindle or Paperwhite

By 17 November 2014

Amazon has updated its most recent Kindle family of eBook readers with a couple of new features and enhancements. The update will be available over-the-air in the next few weeks, but if you can't wait you can download and install it now. The features... >>

Prynt is a smartphone printer case that also turns your hard-copy photos into videos

Prynt is a smartphone printer case that also turns your hard-copy photos into videos

By 15 November 2014

A startup called Prynt has made a case for smartphones that can print photos from the case itself...and then some. After presenting at HAXLR8R Demo Day, Prynt showed of prototype of its Prynt case to TechCrunch. It revealed the case has a built-in printer... >>

Everykey wristband stores passwords and automatically signs into your devices and sites

Everykey wristband stores passwords and automatically signs into your devices and sites

By 14 November 2014

You can now wear your passwords on your wrist. Seriously. There's a new campaign on Kickstarter for a wristband called Everykey. Just think of it as a universal access device, because it can store all your passwords, keys, and passcodes, as well as unlock... >>