A new 1 million dollar 3D printer prints titanium parts for your windowsill.
This isn't a pancake restaurant chain--the iHop, a self balancing pogo stick, uses advanced technology to bounce and balance.
Don't look for this on the App Store: Scientists are developing a software capable of creating genetic circuits.
Intel puts together 3-D object recognition software and Lego bricks for an technologically enhanced play-date.
Creative's new wireless gaming headset works with a variety of games like WoW and other role playing games.
The worlds first system-on-a-chip complete 3D solution will be demonstrated this week at CES
Lexar announces 128GB flash drives with high speed and high security.
Just when you thought it'd be tough to top 3D-printed cars, food, robots, and glassware, MIT researchers created a 3D-printed flute.
A device built by University of Washington students could help provide clean drinking water to some of the poorest countries in the world for less than $4 each.