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Author Archive: Paul Strauss

LG Shows off 105-inch Curved TV with “5K” Resolution

LG Shows off 105-inch Curved TV with “5K” Resolution
CES 2014 is upon us, and even though I can’t yet set foot into any booths, plenty of companies are trying to get a jump on things with early product announcements. Perhaps one of the biggest…
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Review: Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch

Review: Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch
I’ve written about a number of smartwatches over the years, but the Qualcomm Toq is the first one I’ve had any extended period of time with. The Toq differentiates itself from other smartwatches through the use…
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Noit Spectrum Phone Aims to Break the Smartphone Mold

Noit Spectrum Phone Aims to Break the Smartphone Mold
While pretty much every smartphone today looks like a thin slab of glass and plastic or metal, this upcoming device eschews these conventions, going with a dramatically different approach.…
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Keep Your Eyes on the Road

Keep Your Eyes on the Road
While today's vehicles have integrated GPS, satellite audio, and even mobile apps, they're only the tip of the high-tech iceberg. Let's take a look at some amazing high-tech ideas which could find their ways to our cars in the not-too-distant future.
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Hayabusa Watch Concept: How Master Chief Tells Time

Hayabusa Watch Concept: How Master Chief Tells Time
The latest TokyoFlash concept watch from UK designer Peter Fletcher is one of his coolest yet. The Hayabusa LED watch features a case inspired by the Spartan armor of the same name from Halo.…
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3D Printed NSA Spybot: I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

3D Printed NSA Spybot: I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me
One of the most significant controversies of recent years has been the NSA’s mass surveillance of individuals via telecommunications and internet data monitoring. And while the ‘bots which are watching us are not much more than…
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Look, up in the Sky!

Look, up in the Sky!
While flying drones are often associated with military missions or espionage, the ability to send small payloads through the air under remote control opens up possibilities for all kinds of other interesting applications. In fact, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could change everything from the way we provide emergency services in disasters to how your pizza is delivered. Here are just a few technologies in the works that could send tiny aircraft into our skies in the not-too-distant future.
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This Burrito Cake is Burritoful

This Burrito Cake is Burritoful
I like burritos and I like cake, but I’m not sure that these two delicious foods were ever intended to meet. But leave it to some crafty pastry chef to defy logic and make one anyhow.…
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I-MEGO Throne Headphones: When You Play the Game of ‘Phones You Play Music or You Die

I-MEGO Throne Headphones: When You Play the Game of ‘Phones You Play Music or You Die
If you’re in the market for a pair of cool looking headphones that’ll stand out from the crowd, you might want to check out I-MEGO’s Throne series.…
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X-23 Cosplay Girl: The Perfect Killing Machine

X-23 Cosplay Girl: The Perfect Killing Machine
Laura Kinney aka X-23 was cloned from a damaged copy of Wolverine’s genes, and was created to be an assassin in the X-Men universe. With her sharp Adamantium claws, I certainly wouldn’t want to mess with…
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Xbox One Laptop: The VCR Slims Down

Xbox One Laptop: The VCR Slims Down
Okay, okay, I kid. The Xbox One doesn’t look that much like a VCR, but it still is about a big as one. But leave it to an enterprising console modder like James “DarkUncle” Terry to…
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HipShotDot Aims to Improve Your FPS Aim

HipShotDot Aims to Improve Your FPS Aim
If you regularly play FPSes on your big screen TV, then there’s a handy little gizmo out there that you might want to add to your arsenal. It’s called the HipShotDot, and it’s designed to improve…
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Solidator 3D Printer Prints Large Objects and Does it Fast

Solidator 3D Printer Prints Large Objects and Does it Fast
Two of the biggest challenges with today’s desktop 3D printers are that they 1) don’t print very large objects and 2) are painfully slow. The Solidator 3D printer aims to change both of those things, in…
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Japan’s SCHAFT Dominates DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials: Shut Yo’ Mouth!

Japan’s SCHAFT Dominates DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials: Shut Yo’ Mouth!
DARPA’s Robotic Challenge Trials wrapped up earlier today, and the robot that reigned supreme is SCHAFT. The squat 209 pound, 4.85 foot-tall robot smoked the competition, scoring 27 points, besting its next closest competitor by 35%…
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Remote Control Crustaceans Give You a Bad Case of Crabs

Remote Control Crustaceans Give You a Bad Case of Crabs
If you’ve followed Technabob for any period of time, you know that we love our quirky Japanese gadgets around here. The latest weird and wacky gizmo to turn up from our friends to the East? Remote-controlled…
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The Desktop Manufacturing Revolution

The Desktop Manufacturing Revolution
Perhaps the most exciting area of technological growth for the early 21st century is in the realm of machines which make it fast, inexpensive and easy for anyone to create physical objects. Devices such as 3D printers, laser cutters, tabletop milling machines and other computer-controlled manufacturing tools are now within reach of small business entrepreneurs and hobbyists, and are headed towards the consumer market as well.
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