If hardware is the new software, 3-D printers are a big reason. New research holds that even enterprise-class 3-D printers will be affordable enough to be widely deployed within a few years.
We may accept that the internet of things will become commonplace in the next few years, but how do we build out the network and processing required to support it?
Here’s a roundup of all of our coverage from SXSW — both the legendary Interactive section and the relatively new education conference. Sorry, no up and coming musicians.
At the official kick-off party for SXSW, Frog Design created an installation around unusual objects embedded with technology, creating an Internet of truly weird things.
What do you get when combining 3-D printing, collaborative design, and space? The opportunity for cheaper and better rocket engines. A $10,000 contest seeks to solicit just that with judges from MIT, NASA and TED.
PayPal acknowledges that its developer program hasn’t exactly wowed web developers and app makers in the past. But the company plans to make amends at SXSW.
It’s SXSW time, and that means many tech savvy folks are heading to Austin. While you’re in town, why not set up a meeting or two with one of these hot startups.