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Hoping to make sending and receiving greeting cards in vogue is Pos Malaysia with its Hologram Raya greeting cards, launched in conjunction with the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
A former prime minister of Finland once blamed Apple Inc for torpedoing two of his country’s biggest industries – mobile phones and paper mills.
Plant manager Gabor Kiraly remembers the meeting a couple of years ago when he and his Austrian bosses learnt how severe the worker shortage in Hungary was about to become – it was, he said, a "shocking realisation".
Smartphones with water damage are not to be trusted. Even if your device seems to be working fine after being immersed in liquid, problems could show up weeks later, once rust starts to set in.
Ram’s new hand was manufactured on a 3D printer in Nepal’s capital for just US$30 (RM128), an innovation that could be a game changer for many in the impoverished Himalayan country.
Peer at the instrument panel on your new car and you may find sleek digital gauges and multicoloured screens. But a glimpse behind the dashboard could reveal what US auto supplier Visteon Corp found: a mess.
Robots are getting softer. Borrowing from nature, some machines now have arms that curl and grip like an octopus.
The technique of 3D printing is spreading rapidly in the field of medicine. Many hearing aids and dental crowns are now 3D-printed, as are disposable surgical instruments and even prosthetic limbs.
A high-tech bangle that alerts pregnant women to toxic fumes and issues audio tips promises to boost maternal health in South Asia, as smart devices deliver ever more services to remote communities.