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Today on In Case You Missed It: The world’s biggest 3D printer was just unveiled in Italy and it’s a hefty 40 feet tall and 20 feet in diameter, earning its name, “Big Delta.” It’s intended purpose is to build mud huts for emergency housing. A device called the Tempescope can be synced with an app in your home and actual rain or show condensation for fog, depending on the day’s weather forecast. And a drummer who lost his right arm is back in the game, fiercer than before, with help from a robotics professor.
From the cutting room floor: This mini-tool tech is certainly interesting but we just couldn’t figure out how to do the story with such a brief video.
And from the headlines, make sure to beef up on what the White House is saying about broadband being a core utility, for the arguments about smartphones with older relatives that are sure to come over the holidays. And because it was a huge moment: Watch the Pope give us speech in Washington, D.C.
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