Instant Cycling

3D printing promises to revolutionize manufacturing. From prototyping to proof of concept to final product, new technologies and materials are changing the way we design and make things. But if you’re thinking this future stuff, you’re wrong.

Santa Clara, CA-based AREVO has produced an entire carbon frame bicycle using their robotic arm and 3D printing system. The battery-assisted eBike could be tailored to suit an individual rider and produced entirely onsite. Continue reading “Instant Cycling”

To the Moon!

No one ever accused of Jeff Bezos of thinking small.
His plans to monetize the Moon are certainly no exception.

Jeff Bezos has big plans for the moon, if he can just get there. With a little elbow grease our trusty satellite could become a platform from which to build out the space industry — and while a partnership with NASA, the ESA and others would be best, Blue Origin will do it solo if…

via Jeff Bezos Details His Moon Colony Ambitions — TechCrunch

Hold On!

Rugged Mounting Solutions for your Mobile Devices


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Intel Announces Fixes

The scope of the Spectre and Meltdown flaws are staggering. Intel has confirmed it will roll out new chips that are immune to the bugs.

When the Spectre and Meltdown bugs hit, it became clear that they wouldn’t be fixed with a few quick patches — the problem runs deeper than that. Fortunately, Intel has had plenty of time to work on it, and new chips coming out later this year will include improvements at the hardware/architecture level that protect…

via Intel announces hardware fixes for Spectre and Meltdown on upcoming chips — TechCrunch

World’s Largest Solid State Drive Unveiled

Samsung Electronics has introduced a new Solid State Drive (SSD) offering 30 terabytes (TB) of storage. Measuring a mere 2.5 inches wide the PM1643 is the largest capacity SSD in the world and intended for enterprise storage systems.

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