One Toronto based company aims to bring 3D printing to households everywhere.
Thanks to modern technology, a seriously injured bald eagle gets a second chance at life.
In this edition of Tech Talk, I chat with Sharp Electronics about TV trends, while Intel covers the advantages to an ultrabook for students, over a laptop.
Everything you wanted to know about Smart TVs but were afraid to ask. Plus, Google talks Nexus 7, the search giant’s first official tablet.
Someone has created part of an M16 assault rifle using a 3D printer and when it was put together with an off-the-shelf upper .22-calibre pistol receiver, successfully fired hundreds of rounds.
If you’re looking to buy some tech over the next week or so, take heed to this trio of deals we found.
By tracking who’s watching, Intel aims to provide customized, on-demand cable content.
According to a prominent source for Apple-related news, the next major Maps update will support 3D objects, too.
HP’s latest multifunction printer has a unique twist, but as a niche product its success will likely be limited.
In this week’s hour-long radio show, we chat with Panasonic’s Kevin Moran and Sharp’s Abraham Cherian about key features to look for in a telelvision. We discuss LED vs. plasma, motion and contrast, 3DTV and smart TV, to name a few topics. Feel free to stream the show, so you can listen while browsing Sync or the web, or download it to playback offline at a later time.