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Doctors and designers scanned the healthy side of the man's face and then used 3-D printing technology to fabricate new plates for reconstructive surgery on the damaged skull. Continue reading →
Chinese company Onyx has just unveiled a new e-reader/smartphone that requires less energy to run than other smartphones.
Nguyen Ha Dong said he may resurrect his popular mobile app.
Racers tried to drive over decals equipped with RFID tags that improved the performance of their kart. Continue reading →
The mystery of what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 gets deeper: where did it go?
People are using machines to amplify their humanity.
Condom-maker Durex is behind the first electrically-engineered underwear, Fundawear.
At SXSW, two researchers demonstrated their team's virtual reality systems that scans and records brain activity as it's happening.
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