Thanks to Canadian engineers, it won't be long until 3D-printed cars are a reality.
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T-Mobile is selling the 16GB Nexus for $49 after a web-only discount and main-in rebate.
With GetSalesDone, Dexplora says it has the cure to ugly and infrequently-updated CRM systems.
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After last night's Facebook Connect glitch, web publishers should think twice about their websites' reliance on Facebook's log-in system.
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With its new $250 million fund, SoftBank Capital wants to make it easier for growth-stage companies to make headway in tough Asian markets.
Forget creating the future -- researchers are using 3D printing to recreate the past.
Sprint is making money and adding customers, but a variety of factors still helped it lose $1.32 billion last quarter.
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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has posted some new photos of the final version of its hackable camera module, which it first demoed last November.
Urban Airship's shifting focus to brands is already winning over investors.
The waiting game for BlackBerry 10 has just begun -- at least in the U.S.
Investors are seeing some major potential in Pinterest, which could raise a funding round valued as high as $2.5 billion.
By creating a low-risk way for developers to port their Android apps to BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry aims to bolster its app selection.
Innovation is dead at Dell -- or at least according to HP, which says that Dell's proposed buyout is going to spell bad news for Dell's customers.