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"More illegal than a penny-farthing bicycle": Illegal Christmas gifts, digital driver licenses and 20 years of PlayStation (Girt by CNET podcast 51)

This year's "hot Christmas gift" stalls on the grid, 3D printing bans get proscriptive, your phone might be your driver's licence and we say congratulations to two decades of PlayStation in Australia.

By 27 November 2015


Interested in 3D printing? One of these printers will suit you well

3D printing is a fascinating technology. Here are a few printers for you to choose from.

5 Images By 4 November 2015


These top peripheral devices will definitely improve your digital life

Top devices in the storage, networking, printing and 3D printing categories.

5 Images By 4 November 2015


Blade car brings 3D printing to car making

From the Tesla to the Toyota Prius, eco-friendly cars are commonplace on our roads. But the Blade car wants to make the entire manufacturing process greener using 3D printing.

By 12 November 2015


Blueprints for 3D-printed guns now illegal in NSW

While they might be the fastest gun (to make) in the west, 3D-printed weapons are still illegal in Australia. But now, you could also face 14 years in jail just for possessing digital files of 3D-printed guns.

By 24 November 2015


Custom circuit board printer takes out 2015 James Dyson Award

A team of Canadian engineers has taken out one of the world's top design prizes with a 3D printer that prints out customised circuit boards with the press of a button.

By 10 November 2015


How metal: Audi Toolmaking used 3D printing to build a 1:2-scale race car

The company's toolmaking division investigates new technology to reduce waste and complexity while speeding up overall production.

By 6 November 2015


Foil your cat's bathroom attacks with 3D-printed toilet-paper guard

Stop your furry, little criminal mastermind from shredding your all-important toilet paper with the help of a sliding guard that deflects claws before they cause damage.

By 5 November 2015


Stronger than steel and stretchier than elastic, synthetic silk could transform clothing

US startup Bolt Threads reckons it has one-upped spiders to unlock the incredible potential of synthetic silk.

By 8 November 2015


Local Motors unveils its first 3D-printed car slated for mass production

The LM3D Swim has not yet passed regulatory muster, but the company believes everything is in order for deliveries starting in 2017.

By 7 November 2015