BAE Systems uses 3D printing to build protective parts for cockpit radios and take-off shafts.
With WWI fighters, seaplanes of the '30s, legendary participants of the Battle of Britain, bombers from WWII, and jets from the '40s to the present day, the Royal Air Force Museum London has examples from every era of flight. Here's a full photo tour.
Forget machine parts and iPhone cases, the Dutch are thinking much bigger by using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer to create whole rooms that can be assembled into unique, customized houses.
New research from Clarkson University focuses on carry-on bags as the key to getting passengers onto planes faster. Bonus: it could mean less jockeying for precious overhead space.
Twitter is known for real-time reporting of events. But now, a number of projects are doing "real-time" reporting of historical events like World War II and the Cuban Missile Crisis.
British government declassifies thousands of documents detailing its decades-long effort to respond to public's belief that UFOs exist.
The first ever Apple computer has gone under the hammer as George the Robot returns to life after 45 years stuck in a shed.
Bing's June bump won't be enough to take significant share from Google according to JP Morgan analysts. Of course analysts will say anything anyway. And apparently so will we. About Blu-ray. It's kind of a complaining podcast today. But we do find a sh
I'm happy with Lightroom 1.3 speedup, but the magnitude of that and other changes shows that Lightroom is work in progress, not a finished product.
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