There's a new trend taking root in the UK — 3D selfies. Known as ‘Shapify’, developed by the Artec Group, this technology allows individuals to scan and print 3D figurines of themselves in a photo booth.
It’s a medical breakthrough, thanks to a piece of technology most people are using to make plastic toys. Using a 3D printer, a group of researchers just tested this lifesaving device on three very sick infants.
No matter what Facebook says about Internet.org being a means of promoting Internet usage, it isn’t. It’s a fundamental, permanent change in the way the Internet works by splitting it into free vs paid access.
Directed by Los Angeles-based comedy writer and film-maker Alex J. Mann, this chilling five-and-a-half minute short film set entirely in a Google Chat (Gchat) conversation window will give you the creeps.
Federal Communications Commission chair Tom Wheeler thinks his agency is on firm ground with its new net neutrality rules — and that Comcast was right to drop its attempts at buying competitor Time Warner Cable. During an interview at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, Wheeler discussed what have arguably been the two biggest issues facing the FCC this year, and its two biggest victories.
Microsoft is being ambitious with Windows 10. Continuum for phones, Windows Hello, HoloLens, and a plan for 1 billion devices running Windows 10 are all new and daring, but the bravest of all is a middle finger emoji.
Russell Brandom: The PO-14 showed me something new. It's light and tiny, maybe twice the thickness of a credit card, but what's really interesting is how efficient the little synth has to be. There’s no keyboard, just 23 buttons and two knobs, so they had to make a lot of hard choices about what was going to be easy to do and what was going to be hard.
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