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Archive for October 2016

ArtPC Pulse: Samsung’s Cylindrical PC

ArtPC Pulse: Samsung’s Cylindrical PC
Between Apple, HP and others, you have your choice of cylindrical shaped desktop PCs. Samsung now has a round PC of its own. It’s called the ArtPC Pulse, and as you may have noticed, it looks a bit like the current-generation Mac Pro, albeit not quite as minimal.

Teddy Ruxpin Gets Torn Down

Teddy Ruxpin Gets Torn Down
Dan and Lincoln Markham from the What’s Inside? channel like to cut things apart to see what their guts look like. This time, they decided to disassemble an original 1985 Teddy Ruxpin talking bear using knives and a sledgehammer to reveal the toy’s innards. 
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Internet Ready Coffin: LOL In Peace

Internet Ready Coffin: LOL In Peace
Many people believe in life after death, which explains why they often bury their loved ones with important objects that meant something to them in life. What could be more important than the internet? New Zealand based fiber internet provider MyRepublic has designed a coffin that will deliver the internet to you long after you are buried.

Electropollock Robot Uses Music to Paint

Electropollock Robot Uses Music to Paint
Dmitry Morozov created Electropollock, a modern-day homage to American expressionist painter Jackson Pollock, famous for his drippy, abstract paintings. Morozov’s robot uses a similar method to get paint onto the rolling canvas, but the finished work is determined by music fed into the system.

Empire Strikes Back Exogorth Space Slug Snow Globe: This Is No Cave!

Empire Strikes Back Exogorth Space Slug Snow Globe: This Is No Cave!
Space slugs are a real menace to space travel. It’s gotten so bad that you can’t even land on an asteroid without flying into the mouth of one. Somebody should hire some exterminators. This Exogorth Space Slug Snow Globe will remind you of the perils of space slugs.

Doctor Strange Gets Limited-edition Honor 8 Smartphones

Doctor Strange Gets Limited-edition Honor 8 Smartphones
These days I’m more surprised when a superhero movie does not have a special edition smartphone than when it does. So in the tradition of limited edition smartphones based on movies, Honor has announced that it has teamed up with Marvel Studios to release Doctor Strange limited edition Honor 8 handsets.

Ewok Beanie Will Keep Your Yub Nub Warm

Ewok Beanie Will Keep Your Yub Nub Warm
It’s not even mid-October yet here in Colorado and already it’s been colder than it got back in my old home state of Texas for most of the winter. This means that things like gloves and hats that I never needed before are now required.

Scrubba Wash Pack Is a Backpack That Doubles as a Washing Machine

Scrubba Wash Pack Is a Backpack That Doubles as a Washing Machine
When camping, you could always hand wash your clothes, but that is no fun. Neither is wearing stinky clothes. The Scrubba Wash Pack offers a fairly hassle-free way to clean your clothes when you don’t have a washing machine handy.

The Music of Ooo Vinyl Will Make Your Brain Go All Stupid

The Music of Ooo Vinyl Will Make Your Brain Go All Stupid
Adventure Time fans will want to just go ahead and get out your wallets, and pick up this vinyl record that has 38 musical tracks from seasons 1-7 on it. Among the tracks are the theme song for the show and the “Bacon Pancakes” tune that will stick in your brain forever.

Amazon Echo Can Now Lock and Unlock Your BMW

Amazon Echo Can Now Lock and Unlock Your BMW
Amazon Echo and its Alexa voice assistant platform can do many things, and it is learning to do more all of the time. It can call you an Uber, it can turn on the lights, it can read to you, it can tell you the weather, it can even order you a pizza.

Skryf Robot Prints Messages with Sand

Skryf Robot Prints Messages with Sand
Skryf is a unique robotic vehicle built by artist Gijs van Bon. As it moves slowly along the ground, it writes temporary messages using sand. The text will gradually fade away because it is exposed to weather and no one will ever know that it was there.

Aer Is a Giant Dart That Lets You Safely Throw Your GoPro

Aer Is a Giant Dart That Lets You Safely Throw Your GoPro
These days, shooting aerial video is getting easier and easier with drones like the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic Pro. The price is steep for some at $1,000 or higher, though. Turns out there is a simpler and much cheaper way to capture aerial video.

Hitachi’s EMIEW3 Robot Helps Travellers at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport

Hitachi’s EMIEW3 Robot Helps Travellers at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport
If you find yourself at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport and get lost, just keep an eye out for Hitachi’s EMIEW3 robot, who is more than happy to help. This adorable talking robot will keep you on track so you can get to your flight.

Rimac Electric Bike Can Go 150 Miles on a Single Charge

Rimac Electric Bike Can Go 150 Miles on a Single Charge
Rimac has unveiled a new electric bicycle that is truly impressive. It has a massive 3kWh battery, which helps the Greyp G12H go up to 240 km (~150 miles) on a single charge. That makes this is the longest-range production e-bicycle that we know of.

Stranger Things IRL: Is the DoE Exploring Parallel Universes?

Stranger Things IRL: Is the DoE Exploring Parallel Universes?
I loved the first season of Stranger Things. It was awesome and I could totally relate as a child of the ’80s to just about everything the kids did. As it turns out, the series might have bothered the Department of Energy a bit, as Washington Free Beacon writer Lachlan Markay found out out after he made a Freedom of Information Act request to the DoE for any internal communications having to do with Stranger Things.

Hurricane Matthew Kitesurfer: Balls of Steel, or Balls of Stupid?

Hurricane Matthew Kitesurfer: Balls of Steel, or Balls of Stupid?
I bet this kitesurfer over in Florida was super gung-ho to get out there in the massive surf and winds created by Hurricane Matthew. He probably thought he was going to be famous and stuff, and he sort of is.
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