Something that Americans and Europeans in particular take for granted every minute of their lives.
Who said the lawmakers can’t keep pace with technology?
This is the streamlined, two-person watercraft that breaches and submerges just like the Orcinus orca after which it is designed.
If 3D printing wasn’t intriguing enough already (just check out our roundup), there’s now technology in the works that lets you scan and replicate a real-world device in 3D.
And the Department of Justice says there’s nothing illegal about it, either.
From PHYSORG. Stream TV Networks plans to roll out a line of products that feature no glasses 3-D viewing. What’s so special about its announcement, on top of scores of glasses-less 3D announcements? Stream TV says it has proprietary technology called Ultra-D, which can do nothing less than shift the way people will view media, [...]
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