“Think of it like a smart rifle. You have a smart car; you got a smartphone; well, now we have a smart rifle,” company President Jason Schauble says.
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.
3D-printed gun site Defense Distributed has obtained a federal license to manufacture and sell firearms,
A real sniper rifle with a built-in targeting system that works like a video game: It’s innovative technology, yes, but it’s repulsive to us.
Yes, it will be possible to print your own weapon.
For gadget lovers, 3D printing can design life-saving medical equipment, spare parts, even planes. But, as with all new technology, some folk push the limits. This summer, a hobbyist used an at-home thermoplastic machine to fashion a .22-caliber rifle.
The run-and-gun Max Payne series hasn’t seen a new title in eight years but will finally return when Rockstar Games releases Max Payne 3 next year. It’s the company’s largest release slated for 2012 and follows the success of the company’s last two games, Red Dead Redemption and L.A. Noire. We’ve got a first look at it.