„An exemption in a decade-old anti-hacking statute has finally kicked in, and could unleash a new bounty of security research…“
… and not only that. This might be a boost to user innovation.
ZTE wants the public’s ideas for its next smartphone – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36976468
An excellent example of how a user invented a new medical device / procedure using 3D printing. Have a look here.
Judge yourself: Barenboim just unveiled his own new piano inspired by Franz Liszt. What do you think? Barenboim would probably be considered ahead of the trend, with lots of use experience and motivated by his own use musical (if not monetary) benefits. Read the full story here.
Das von Prof. Cornelius Herstatt geleitete Institut für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement an der Technischen Universität Hamburg (TUHH) sucht eine/n wissenschaftliche/n Mitarbeiter/in. Weitere Informationen finden sich hier.
3D printings get more and more advanced. A few firms already offer 3D printing services, such as Shapeways, Thingiverse and Ponoko. You either create your design using their software, your own software or choose from a range of their products and materials. This offers many possibilities particularly for user innovations.