A new nanotube ink developed by MIT researchers can be printed on firm of flexible surfaces like tapes or window panes. The method may offer a cheaper, easier, and faster means to manufacture products with interactive electronic surfaces.
Little Dragon is an educational startup that's developing learning apps which sniff out the emotional reactions of users and use this to change the way they teach you. You'll never be bored again -- hopefully!
Based on the same balance-controlled technology as the original Segway, the new Segway MiniPro is now $600. Use your knees to control speed and direction. Use a smartphone app to monitor and control performance.
The knock-on effects of SpaceX's recent rocket explosion continue. Following recent news of a delay in the Falcon 9's return to flight, the company has just revealed that the first crewed flight of its Dragon capsule has also been pushed…
Made of 100 percent compostable materials, the comPod Nespresso-compatible coffee capsule promises to completely biodegrade within six months. The creators hope to stop the landfill problem of current instant coffee pods.
Heard of Nike's Flyknit sneakers? Ikea's newest chairs use a similar production process, 3D knitting. It creates a lightweight, semi-see-through material that's stylish and comfortable, according to the company.
3D-printed confectionery is all rage in the closing months of 2016, and now German company Wacker has just announced its latest addition to a growing genre: 3D-printed chewing gum. And it's almost here!