Next Big Thing
One of the coolest things on show at CES is the Thing-O-Matic from MakerBot Industries, which turns virtual 3D models into real-life objects. Check out our photos, and learn how it works...
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Holding a phone means your hand is tied up -- unless you don Glove One, a glove with a phone in it that you make with a 3D printer.
Like Minecraft? Like 3D printers? Then you're going to love Printcraft.
3D Systems' Cube 3D printer challenges MakerBot in bringing user-designed objects into the real world.
Don't want to buy toys? Why not make your own? Check out our video of the MakerBot Replicator 3D printer.
MakerBot summons the MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, which allows for a two-color print of large 3D objects.
This week, George bought two groundbreaking tech devices: the first was the Flash-Matic remote control, the first wireless remote for a television and a relic from 1955; the second was the Apple iPad.
Eugene Polley, the man who invented the wireless television remote control in 1955, has died at the grand age of 96.
The Moga Ace Power successfully turns an iOS 7-equipped iPhone into a full-fledged gaming handheld, and adds enough buttons to cover all bases when more games arrive to work with it.