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LG rollable flexible tv

LG unveils the flexible TV: you can roll it up to 3cm just like a newspaper

by Chris Murphyon July 11, 2014
LG has revealed two new OLED display panels, one of which is so flexible it can be completely rolled up to 3 cm. The flexible TV is made out of a polyamide film on the panel’s rear, which is less rigid than the plastic film that was previously used. Not only does this give the screen its […]
bmw i3 electric

The 2014 BMW i3 electric car goes further with solar panel

by Chris Murphyon July 9, 2014
The 2014 BMW i3 electric car is about as new as new cars get, and it is a very different machine from anything BMW currently produces, not just because it’s the company’s first electric car. The 2014 BMW i3 is a proper city car, short in length (at 157 inches it’s over a foot shorter than the 1 Series) but […]

harley davidson livewire

Harley-Davidson to release the first electric motorcycle

by Chris Murphyon June 20, 2014
Thursday, Harley-Davidson announced the release of the first electric motorcycle called Project LiveWire. The Milwaukee-based company said on Thursday that “select consumers” around the country next week will start getting a chance to ride prototype cycles with rechargeable batteries. It rumored that the Livewire will feature a three-phase induction motor producing 75PS of power and 75Nm of torque. […]
No Man's Sky game

No Man’s Sky is the best indie game ever created

by Chris Murphyon June 20, 2014
No Man’s Sky represents everything you’ve wanted from video games. It aims to fulfill my boyhood fascination with dinosaurs, discovery, exploration, strange places, space, and dogfighting. This game got me and a lot of other people the most hyped this E3 is getting built by less than a dozen people. Everybody should have heard of No Man’s Sky by […]

HondaJet

Honda is launching a luxury jet, HondaJet, with really unusual engines

by Chris Murphyon May 22, 2014
Honda, the car maker, is planning to launch a luxury jet, HondaJet, as part of Honda Aircraft Co. The company announced several achievements and milestones for the jet at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland. HondaJet is a light business jet designed to carry six to seven people. The jet cruises at 420 knots — […]
ebay

eBay tells you to change password after cyberattack

by Chris Murphyon May 22, 2014
eBay is asking all of its 145 million users to change their passwords after a cyberattack compromised users’ login information and other “non-financial data.” eBay is also asking users to change their passwords on other websites if they used the same password across multiple sites including eBay. The breach, which was confirmed by investigators this week, […]

Google aliens

EXCLUSIVE: Is Google X the way aliens share their technology with us?

by Chris Murphyon April 24, 2014
The former Canadian minister of Defense and one of many speakers who testified in front of six former members of Congress at the 2013 Citizen Hearing On Disclosure in Washington, D.C., Paul Hellyer, said that aliens live among us, “look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one”. In an interview […]
Blood Moon Castle

We survived the Blood Moon. The next one is in October 2014

by Chris Murphyon April 16, 2014
Did you miss the Blood Moon? Stargazers glimpsed a rare treat as a “blood moon” crossed the Earth’s shadow Tuesday. The tetrad — or four consecutive and complete lunar eclipses occurring at approximately six-month intervals — will all be visible over the United States this year and next, according to NASA lunar eclipse expert Fred Espenak. So if you […]
Apple CarPlay

This is How Apple’s CarPlay Looks in Action. The Secret is BlackBerry

by Chris Murphyon March 5, 2014
We’ve been covering Apple’s plans for iOS in the Car, and now the final product is being shown to the world — and given a new name: Apple CarPlay. The new system will allow iPhone owners to use their handsets to power the infotainment system in their cars, and early partners include Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, […]

modular smartphones project ara

Google Wants to Develop $50 Modular Smartphones For Next Year

by Chris Murphyon February 28, 2014
Google’s Motorola announced the Project Ara in October last year as company’s open hardware platform for creating highly modular smartphones. How much will a modular smartphone set you back? To start, if Google gets its way, about $50. The key phrase there is “to start,” however, as this smartphone with swappable components could get a lot pricier, very quickly. Time has […]
Internet of Things

Tiny Rumbles: What You Need to Know About The Internet of Things

by Chris Murphyon February 25, 2014
The buzzword for this year is the Internet of Things. Also known as IoT, it promises to improve nearly all areas of our lives, including the way we work and go about our day to day business. Because it is set to be such an important part of the future, it is essential to have […]

Flyfit

Flyfit, An Accurate Tracking Fitness Band For Your Ankle, Not Wrist

by Chris Murphyon February 23, 2014
Flyfit, a Kickstarter project, able to record other aspects of your daily activity — your steps, your sleep cycle. It will also connect with your phone via Bluetooth, allowing the device to track pace, speed and your GPS position, all in real time. The San Francisco-based company is currently looking to raise $90,000 via Kickstarter before March […]
The Simpsons Lego set

The Simpsons Get a Lego House Set And a Lego Special Episode

by Chris Murphyon February 19, 2014
LEGO is releasing a series of 16 The Simpsons mini figures, to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the animated show. The blind pack figures will be available to collectors and enthusiasts at a far lower cost than The Simpsons LEGO house, timed to come out around the same time. The box contains a whopping […]

 
 
 
 

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