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GE announces first FAA approved 3D-printed engine part


We've only just begun to see the huge impact 3D-printing technology will have on manufacturing, and the aerospace industry is a prime example.

First look: 2016 Honda Civic coupe and sedan


Honda revealed the first preview of its 2016 Honda Civic in concept form at the New York International Auto Show last month but these new pictures show the car as it will look in showroom form when it’s officially released towards the end of the year...

Infinite USB is back, this time tackling the new MacBook's lone USB-C port


Five years ago we saw a clever take on USB splitter accessories, with the daisy-chainable Infinite USB.

Finland's Toroidion electrifies the street with 1,341-hp 1MW concept car


Normally more of a place a car manufacturer might go to cold-test its latest sports car, Finland is sliding its name into supercar design in a rather big, bold way.

ULA Vulcan launcher will return to Earth by helicopter


The United Launch Alliance (ULA) has entered the reusable launcher race with its Next Generation Launch System (NGLS), also known as the Vulcan rocket.

Boss brings sound synthesis to any electric guitar


If you fancy expanding your six-string sound beyond the reach of analog stomps, digital effects and power amps and into the world on sonic synthesis, there are a number of ways to go.

New 12-in MacBook vs. Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro


We're in the process of reviewing Apple's new 12-in MacBook, but in the meantime we can see how it compares to another Broadwell Core M device, Lenovo's Yoga 3 Pro...

Pedi-Scope is a heads-down display for cyclists


As many bike riders will know, sustained cycling can end up being a pain in the neck – literally. Tilting your head down toward the ground can provide temporary relief from that pain, but then you're not able to see where you're going ...

Lasers could be used to zap orbital debris


Orbital debris is increasingly becoming a hazard to satellites and other spacecraft, which is why various groups have proposed concepts such as gas clouds, nets and sails for collecting it.

Volkswagen debuts sixth-generation Transporter van


Volkswagen revealed the all-new Transporter series van this week, and while it's not the Bulli concept-inspired Microbus revival that the world is hungry for, it is notable as an all new generation for VW's highly successful, 65-year-old workhorse.

A celebration of the Hubble Space Telescope: 25 years in orbit


April 24 will mark a significant milestone in the life of one of mankind's greatest scientific instruments – the 25-year anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope.

Hubble and VLT team up to reveal giant galaxies shutting down from the inside out


Astronomers have used the ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in conjunction with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to reveal the secrets of how star formation shuts down in distant galaxies, just three billion years after the Big Bang.

Pastrovich X-Easy yacht concept takes the beach house to the ocean


Yachts, often being a plaything of the wealthy, are a fertile breeding ground for flamboyant and luxurious new designs.

NASA has one of the most impressive self-driving cars yet


While both Tesla and Google are among the big names working on self-driving vehicles, NASA has its own take on an autonomous vehicle that can perform a few out-of-this-world maneuvers, perhaps because the technology behind it is borrowed from concepts for astronaut rovers designed for eventual use on the moon or Mars.

Peugeot unveils 308 R Hybrid hatchback for families that like to live fast


Peugeot has announced a new version of its 308 family hatchback, although some of its specs are anything but family-friendly.

GOCE gravity satellite data helps produce tool for geothermal energy development


ESA's Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) satellite might have burned up in Earth's atmosphere back in November 2013, but the wealth of data gathered by the probe before its demise is still being utilized to great effect.

Impossible City: A youth-built off-grid movable eco-village for Seattle's homeless


A project by Seattle-based charity Sawhorse Revolution is both educating young people and creating accommodation for the homeless.

Zaha Hadid and other top designers unveil 3D-printed high heels


When you think of Zaha Hadid, shoe design probably isn't the first thing that springs to mind (even if she does have prior experience).

New details of Qoros 2 SUV emerge


The Qoros 2 crossover SUV is due to make its first official appearance at the Shanghai Motor Show on April 20.

Get The MiFi 2 Global Touchscreen Hotspot For 50% Off


If you regularly need online access away from Wi-Fi, it probably makes sense to invest in a decent portable hotspot.


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