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Smartphone makers are trying to squeeze the third dimension into their flat slabs, but is it worth the struggle?
3D printing is emerging as a popular technology in the space industry, where it increases the potential to reduce spacecraft mass and cut launch costs. But will it ever be possible to print the rockets themselves?
Winter is the time of year when a lot of activities take place indoors. Our regular sports technology feature looks at three of the most popular cue sports - snooker, billiards and pool - which all have one thing in common: the balls.
"The 1950s saw the first big wave of 3D films, but the novelty wore off. Sixty years later, 3D may be back to stay as the technology goes mainstream."
- UK gets new engineering university
- Time-space technology shows effect of ‘massive switch’ to electric cars
- Ford’s launches smart electric bike
- ‘Immature’ Internet of Things hackable with primitive methods
- 5G takes centre stage at Mobile World Congress
- Fully digital radio transmitter could be turnkey solution for IoT
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