China is quick at absorbing new technology trends to produce their own solutions. HuaShang Tengda is a Chinese construction company that literately 3D prints entire houses. No, it does no print it in parts; the printer works on site to build the house as a whole. The result is a full sized two-story 400 square feet house that can withstand an earthquake of 8.0 on the Richter Scale.
How do they do it?
Leonardo DeCaprio worked with Nat Geo to make a documentary about Climate Change, and it's a must-watch
Climate change is real, but do we know the harder truths?
Magnetic levitation + inductive charging = OvRcharge
I first discovered OvRcharge on Kickstarter back in July, and I was impressed by its design. Making wireless charging possible on an iPhone is cool, but making it look good is an achievement - and Canada-based AR Designs seems to have nailed it.