Content tagged with Consumer Electronics
posted in February 2014
Slideshow: 15 Inventions That Changed Our Lives
While there have been numerous inventions over the last 100 years that have made our lives better in some way, some more than others have significantly changed the way we do things in our everyday lives, and had the ability to change industries and markets. We present 15 of them.
Baxter Shows Off His Moves at ATX West
Engineering Materials 2/26/2014
Baxter showed off his 2.0-derived moves at ATX West this year. The big red guy still looks pretty much the same, but has some new abilities, mostly due to software. The research robot version is now being used in corporate R&D departments as a design platform.
Free WiFi for Everyone!
Soon, the Internet will be free and accessible from anywhere in the world thanks to Media Development Investment Fund’s mini-satellite WiFi network.
CAD to Commerce
Guest Blogs 2/21/2014
The cloud is more than a big computer in the sky. True cloud solutions will change the product development and consumer engagement workflows we know today.
America Makes Funds Second Wave of 3D Printing Projects
Engineering Materials 2/6/2014
The former National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute awarded funds to a second wave of 3D printing and additive manufacturing projects. They involve multiple processes, metal and polymer materials, and several companies we've discussed before.
General Motors is putting an off-road twist on hydrogen fuel cell technology with an imposing new pickup demonstrator called the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2.
Fine powder printing of industry-standard metal and ceramic powders with a grain size of less than 10 microns is now available from industrial 3D printer maker ExOne for its Innovent printer.
At ARM TechCon 2016, CEO Simon Segars will discuss how he sees billions of devices scaling to trillions as IoT applications proliferate. We know it’s happening. How do we prepare?
The term “autopilot” is now at the heart of a growing debate between Tesla Motors Inc. and Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority.
A make-your-own Star Wars Sith Lightsaber hilt is heftier and better-looking than most others out there, according to its maker, Sean Charlesworth. You can 3D print it from free source files, and there's even a hardware kit available -- not free -- so you can build one just in time for Halloween.
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