3D-printed 'dough' helps fix your bones

By Jon Fingas One day, you might not have to spend ages waiting for broken bones to heal. Researchers have developed a 3D-printed, dough-like biomaterial that could fill large bone fractures while aiding the recovery process. The porous chemical blend can withstan… Source:: 3D-printed ‘dough’ helps fix your bones

Lego is developing eco-friendly plastic bricks

By Jon Fingas Lego’s iconic plastic bricks aren’t very kind to the planet since they’re made from oil-based ABS plastic, but the toy maker is planning to mend its ways. It’s paying $150 million to build a sustainable materials center that will develop oil-free pla… Source:: Lego is developing eco-friendly plastic bricks

New Zealand makes cyberbullying a crime

By Daniel Cooper New Zealand has passed a law that criminalizes one of the least desirable facets of the internet: cyberbullying. The legislation effectively prohibits sending messages to people that are racist, sexist, critical of their religion, sexuality or disabi… Source:: New Zealand makes cyberbullying a crime

Bitcoin miners create invalid currency after a botched upgrade

By Jon Fingas Digital currencies are only as reliable as their software, and some Bitcoin users are learning this the hard way. Thanks to a “problem” with an upgrade that applies a new rule, some Bitcoin mining pools (namely, those that don’t usually wait to valid… Source:: Bitcoin miners create invalid currency after a botched […]