The European Union unveiled a plan to unite the region’s online markets and crack down on possible abuses by U.S. Internet firms, a move policy makers hope will boost the economy and help spawn Internet giants to rival Google and Facebook.
'Uber for X' has become something of a derogatory phrase in the startup world, but there really isn't a better description for what Poland's Idea Bank is doing: you summon an ATM using an app on your phone, then a car — a rolling bank vault, really — pulls up.
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.
Inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s cinematic adaptation of Solaris, and Arthur C. Clarke’s Rama series, Quartier Rouge is set to take place in a 'vast and deeply immersive cylindrical world' not unlike the titular alien spacecraft from the latter.
A game promoting 'transgender kills' was removed on Monday morning from the online game curation community Steam after a short time on its Greenlight page. Users were able to vote on 'Kill the F*ggots' as one of the games the site should offer to sell. Although the game is no longer available, it is sparked a burgeoning online debate about hate speech in the gaming community.
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.
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