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3D printing and augmented reality are very different technologies, but, combined, they can pull off some very interesting things.
Nokia's latest Lumia is ditching the polycarbonate frame for the smoother, lighter world of aluminum.
The latest potential use for Google Glass is great news for doctors and hospitals.
3D printers are here to stay, and California Senator Leland Yee says he wants to regulate them.
Editor's Pick 3D printed guns may be dangerous and controversial, but they also get to the heart of why 3D printing is such a powerful technology.
After a number of so-called "Band-Aid" solutions, Congress has introduced the smartphone legalization bill of activists' dreams.
Nokia's latest phone shows that it's not eager to give up on the developing market for low-end smartphones.
While some have taken the "make anything" power of 3D printing and created firearms, others are using the technology to help people in a major way.
T-Mobile's iPhone effort is still in it's early stages, but it's already paying off.
Foursquare is updating its Windows 8 app to focus on one of the operating system's greatest strengths -- it's interface.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants equip his company's future cars with self-driving technology.
Nokia and Verizon are teasing the Nokia 928, which is likely weeks away.
As 3D scanner maker Artec explains, 3D scanning was core to the creation of Bioshock Infinite's Elizabeth, one of the most believable characters ever created for a video game.
If you're a fan of running Android apps on your computer, well you've got a lot of company.
The first 3D printed gun may only be days old, but it's already attracted the attention of politicians looking to ban it.
Acer is going off the rails and into the world of Star Trek with its Aspire R7 all-in-one computer.
Forget Post-It notes and pencils -- Staples has its eye on 3D printing.
Editor's Pick For all the press that Glass is getting, you might get the impression that just Google is exploring the space. Unsurprisingly, that's not actually the case.
If you're still going after that Mad Men look, 3D body scanning may be just what you need.