With 3D printers dropping below the US$200 mark , the home 3D printing revolution appears to be getting into full swing, which is great … if you want to make things out of plastic. Unfortunately, the price of commercial metal 3D printers means the ability to print metal objects has remained out of reach of most people.
An ambitious 3D-printed heart project aims to make a natural organ replacement for patients possible within a decade.
Some months ago we proposed a list of things you could do with your now-expired ancient personal 3D printers . We said you could
I drive a rental car through the rich gray green of overwatered, undersunned Seattle suburbs that border a city rising like a prize at the end of the road. The trees are the color of dried oregano, the air dense and wet. I’m going into Amazon country to meet Jeff Bezos, the king of this lush land (these days the old king, Bill Gates, is resting comfortably by the water saving the world).
This is a guest post from Gary Sharma (aka “The Guy with the Red Tie”), founder and CEO of GarysGuide and proud owner of a whole bunch of black suits, white shirts and, at last count, over 40 red ties. You can reach him at gary [at] garysguide.com. Its summertime! And instead of eating out at the same ol’ joints, I want to try out some new places.
GroupMe’s collection of summer-themed emoji GroupMe ups the Emoji factor It’s hard to text your friends about brunch plans when you don’t have a bacon emoji, you know? So maybe it’s time to download GroupMe , the group messaging app that now offers users a delightfully broader array of emoji than ever before