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INNOVATE2016: Are we on the verge of Brexit 2.0

Andrew Keen Crunch Network Contributor Andrew Keen is the author of three books: Cult of the Amateur, Digital Vertigo and The Internet Is Not The Answer. He produces Futurecast, and is the host of Keen On. More posts by this contributor: How to join the network Andrew Romans is a general partner of Rubicon Venture Capital and a serial entrepreneur and best-selling author. Like everyone else, both …

3D printing technologies explained

Filemon Schoffer Crunch Network Contributor Filemon Schoffer is the head of community at 3D Hubs. More posts by this contributor: How to join the network If you’ve ever been lost in the midst of all the 3D printing technologies, you know how hard it is to get a grip on the different machinery, applications and companies involved. Patent disputes, crafty marketing teams and feuds amongst …

Polish 3D printer company Zortrax lied about contract with Dell

Two years ago when the international 3D printing industry was still a much-contended space a small Polish company called Zortrax made waves – and raised capital – on the news that it had signed a contract with Dell for 5,000 3D printers. I reported the news in 2014 and researched the implications more deeply later that year and found little that might concern an investor …

What healthcare IT can learn from HP

Long before HP was known for PCs, laser printers and Carly Fiorina, it was a manufacturer of test equipment for electrical engineers. One reason its products succeeded was because they were designed by the very people who ultimately used them. HP designers possessed a deep understanding of the product use case and empathy for the user — a highly educated and skilled professional with little tolerance for …