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HP steps ahead with customised insoles

3D scanning looks to become a phenomenon in footwear manufacturing, with US football teams adopting new technologies to provide better conditions for players' feet.

3D printing presents trillion-dollar goldmine

Hewlett Packard targets the $12 trillion manufacturing industry as it looks to make 3D printing a substantial part of its business.

Printers, like any other device, are vulnerable

Multifunction printers are easy to hack, says CSIR cyber security specialist.

Microsoft, Google find fresh flaw in chips

Tuesday

The newest chip problem, known as Speculative Store Bypass, is said to come from the same family as the original flaws.

Go Rentals launches retail hardware as a service

It has launched this service in South Africa in conjunction with Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions.

DCS PowerSeries Neo receives cyber security certification

It is the first intrusion alarm panel in France to be awarded the NF & A2P certification for cyber security protection from national authority CNPP.

Building information modelling in data centre design

This intelligent 3D model-based process provides tools to more efficiently design and construct projects, says consultant Nick Bartels.

Lenovo teases notch-less smartphone

14 May

The electronics manufacturer releases an image of its upcoming flagship smartphone, which shows a full edge-to-edge screen, without the infamous notch.

A data centre in a box

Five things to consider before opting for a micro data centre.

Westcon-Comstor helps rebuild Diepsloot lab

The new computer lab will afford matriculants the opportunity to write their computer exams at their own school.