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A Canadian start-up makes serious waves on Kickstarter with a cheap photolithographic-based 3D printer, part of a mega effort to drive down costs -- and confusion -- commonly associated with consumer 3D printing.
If innovation has a heart, it's probably a semiconductor, beating to the pace of Moore's Law.
roundup An 18-foot, flame-fisted robot totters its way onto eBay. Also: Sony players take aim at iPods.
New manufacturing process builds the printhead as a single unit. HP says this means quicker printing times and more colors. Photos: HP separates the colors
A researcher explains how to create inexpensive semiconducting plastics that may finally fulfill the promise of reducing the cost of display technology.
Clayton Christensen, who developed the seminal theory on disruptive technology, examines why companies fail and why theory trumps data. Plus: What's the future for HP and Charles Schwab?