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Shapeways churns out everything from designer gowns to iPhone cases, using nothing but a printer and some nylon powder.
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The event would coincide with a prescheduled event for the Galaxy Note 3 on the same date.
The jet-setting future is here. A New Zealand jetpack-making outfit gets approved for manned test flights, and hopes to make it personal propulsion pack you can buy in 2015.
Academics have responded to Elon Musk's hotly-anticipated transport concept, Hyperloop, by calling it unrealistic and "hyperloopy".
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