(Reuters) - Apple Inc's main website for developers remains shut after intruders tried to steal sensitive information last week, forcing the iPhone maker to overhaul its database and server software to (Apple's developer website attacked, can't rule...
U.S. researchers have developed a solar shingle made of flexible glass that could emerge as an alternative to conventional roof shingles and drive down the costs of CorningCorning’s Willow Glass rooftop solar energy systems.
Dutch architecture firm DUS has developed The KamerMaker (RoomBuilder) – a 3D printer so large that it can create entire rooms! Dubbed by its creators the “world’s first movable pavilion,” the KamerMaker features an enlarged ‘Ultimaker’ 3D printing machine that is so big it’s actually capable of printing smaller pavilions. In fact, it is capable of printing objects as large as 7.2 feet by 7.2 feet by 11.4 feet. Not only that, but the large-scale 3D printer can produce objects made from corn bio-plastic.
DUS developed the KamerMaker in order to “bring together people from all design disciplines in an open source, on- the-spot design and build pavilion.” They hope that the 3D printer could be used to push the boundaries of 3D print design and building as well as raising awareness about re-use of (biodegradable) plastics.
Atlanta set to land AT&T innovation center Atlanta Journal Constitution Atlanta will soon be the new home of an AT&T innovation center that would add dozens of research jobs and power a high-tech incubator designed to generate more startups across...
Die Natur macht erfinderisch: Beim Bau eines lautlosen Antriebssystems für Boote und Wassersportgeräte diente der Oktopus Forschern als Vorbild. Das Besondere: Der Antrieb lässt sich kostengünstig mit einem 3D-Drucker in einem Arbeitsgang herstellen.
Innovative energy storage project tested near Tehachapi Bakersfield Californian Century-old railroad technology is mixing with green-style innovation at an energy storage project now being tested in the heart of Kern County's wind power region.
With massive amounts of computational power, machines can now recognize objects and translate speech in real time. Artificial intelligence is finally getting smart. (Cool --> MIT Technology Review: Deep Learning and building brains.