Apple certainly dominated the headlines over the past week, but it wasn't the only company with something to say. Let's take a look at the rest of the tech world.
Maker WobbleWorks claims the sales milestone makes the 3Doodler the world's most popular 3D-printing device.
FDA gives the nod to a 3D-printed facial implant that can be customized for individual patients in need of facial-reconstruction surgery.
In a first for gaming, you can now design and order 3D-printed figurines of Infinity Blade characters from inside the Infinity Blade III interface.
A puppy who was born without his front legs is zipping around thanks to a caring vet and the owner of a 3D-printing company.
A RoboBee the size of a quarter is making waves today. It's not quite ready to start filling in for bee hives around the world, but we're okay with that. We're a little worried about the possibility of these bees turning into angry, killer robo-bees.
The products, which range from jewelry and toys to home decor and tech accessories, can be personalized with choices of material, size, style, color, text, and images.
NASA has released STL files so you can 3D print your own scale models of space probes, asteroids and the surface of the moon.
Ashley and Rich discuss why Microsoft should (or shouldn't) shutter their original content productions, and ask you what flavor/shape combo you would choose if you could order 3D-printed ice cream.
On today's show, Ashley and Rich discuss Microsoft's new strategy, the ice cream 3D printer, and a guy building an Alien costume with unusual materials. Also, Timberman, a beautifully animated Futurama intro, and your thoughts on United Weapons Master combat.