3D printing is revolutionizing many industries. So much so, that American energy giant General Electric wants to get in on the act, seeking to buy two European printing firms, including one in Germany.
General Electric's long-term punt on the profitability of its power business is not paying off. The US giant will cut almost one fifth of its global workforce in the area as it tries to meet its own cost-cutting targets.
General Electric has said it intends to buy two European companies that specialize in 3D printing. The American conglomerate plans to use Europe as a base as it develops a global 3D printing business.
Technology can measure your heart rate while jogging, tell you which way to turn when driving and so on. But the entrepreneurs at the Cube Tech Fair in Berlin are betting on bigger things, says DW's Timothy Rooks.
Disappearing puffins, a platypus murder mystery and 3D-printed bird's legs. Join us as we take a look through the lens at some green events from around the world over the past week.
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