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Microsoft Xbox One Update Gives Developors More GPU Bandwidth to Play with

Microsoft Xbox One Update Gives Developors More GPU Bandwidth to Play with
Microsoft has been working hard to get the sales of its Xbox One game console up. The console isn’t exactly selling poorly, but it has generally been outsold by the Sony PS4. One of the reasons…
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MIT Creates Wearable Robot Arms: Paging Doctor Octopus

MIT Creates Wearable Robot Arms: Paging Doctor Octopus
In the future, people may wear robotic exoskeletons to give them increased strength and protection. But more power isn’t always the answer. Sometimes you just need an extra hand or two. That’s why researchers at MIT’s …
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Jyrobike Kid’s Bicycle Can Balance on Its Own: Look Ma, No Man!

Jyrobike Kid’s Bicycle Can Balance on Its Own: Look Ma, No Man!
We’re already working on self-driving cars, so a self-balancing bicycle shouldn’t be as surprising. And yet the Jyrobike is still a sight to behold. The children’s bicycle has electronics and a flywheel built into its front…
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HoverSkater Skateboard: Back to the Past

HoverSkater Skateboard: Back to the Past
No, inventor Jim Pitts didn’t quite replicate Back to the Future‘s hoverboard. His HoverSkater is a combination of a hovercraft and a longboard. It’s most likely the most affordable hovercraft you can get. I’m just not…
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Using Google Glass to Help the Deaf: Signglasses

Using Google Glass to Help the Deaf: Signglasses
We’ve seen Google Glass used to help blind people. Researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) on the other hand are using Glass as well as other head-mounted displays to help deaf students learn. They call their…
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PirateBox Lets You Share Files & Communicate Anonymously: Net in a Box

PirateBox Lets You Share Files & Communicate Anonymously: Net in a Box
Created by NYU associate professor David Darts, the PirateBox is a DIY system that lets you share files and talk to others in your vicinity by setting up a local wireless network. After starting the project…
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SpaceX Dragon V2 Reusable Spacecraft: Daenerys Would Be Impressed

SpaceX Dragon V2 Reusable Spacecraft: Daenerys Would Be Impressed
Private manufacturer SpaceX recently unveiled the updated version of its Dragon spacecraft. The Dragon V2 has a number of improvements, but the company is particularly proud of its ability to “land anywhere on Earth with the…
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Satellite Communications Reestablished after 31 Years of Silence

Satellite Communications Reestablished after 31 Years of Silence
A group of amateur astronomers working with NASA’s blessing raised money to help fund the work needed to reestablish communications with a satellite called ISEE-3 that launched in 1978. That satellite was originally supposed to study…
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Awesome Two Person Aero-X Hovercraft Can Fly 10-feet Above the Ground

Awesome Two Person Aero-X Hovercraft Can Fly 10-feet Above the Ground
I’m rather disappointed in the way some of the tech we have today has evolved. I was convinced as a kid by the time I was a grownup we would have flying cars and hovercraft motorcycles…
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CoeLux Indoor Light Looks Exactly Like Daylight: Blue Skies Research

CoeLux Indoor Light Looks Exactly Like Daylight: Blue Skies Research
There are already lamps and bulbs that can somewhat emulate sunlight, but CoeLux is on another level. Assuming it’s the real deal, that is. Founded by University of Insubria associate professor Paolo Di Trapani, the company’s…
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3D Fruit Printer: Tree 2.0

3D Fruit Printer: Tree 2.0
We’ve seen 3D printers make chocolate, pizza, pasta and more. Here’s one that prints fruits. Or rather, “fruits.” Developed by English company Dovetailed, the printer uses drops of fruit juice to form food using a culinary…
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Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects
It looks like Jinsu Park’s color-copying pen concept is going to have a real-life counterpart, thanks to inventors Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman. Their Scribble Pen and Scribble Stylus use a color sensor and an ARM…
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Quadcopter Made Using 3D Printing Pen: Drawne

Quadcopter Made Using 3D Printing Pen: Drawne
Talk about letting your imagination fly. Illlustrating the capabilities of 3D printing pens, Matt Quest used a 3D AirPen to doodle a tiny quadcopter frame and combined it with parts from an RC Eye One micro…
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Kids React to Old Computers

Kids React to Old Computers
It’s amazing how far we’ve come in with personal computing in the last 30 years. And as revolutionary as the original Apple and Apple II were, they were incredibly primitive compared to today’s computers and mobile…
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These Headphones Light up to the Beat of Your Music: Rave on!

These Headphones Light up to the Beat of Your Music: Rave on!
If you find yourself listening to your tunes at night, check out these fun earbuds which have light-up cables. iGlō Pulse headphones not only illuminate, they can pulse to the beat of your music. The wires…
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Metaio Thermal Touch Uses Heat from Your Fingers to Turn Any Surface into a Touchscreen

Metaio Thermal Touch Uses Heat from Your Fingers to Turn Any Surface into a Touchscreen
We’ve seen a couple of prototypes that enable or at least emulate touch-sensitivity on everyday objects. But as wearable technology continues to flourish, we’re going to need a simple and portable solution. Augmented reality company Metaio…
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