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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 […]
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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 […]
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Time travel to become reality? Scientists sent light particles into the past

by Eric Brownon June 25, 2014
According to Einstein’s theory, it’s possible to travel back in time through a closed timelike curve, more commonly known as a “wormhole”. But scientists struggle with this theory because of the paradoxes that it presents. “Time travel was simulated by using a second photon to play the part of the past incarnation of the time-travelling […]

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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. […]
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This revolutionary EKG glove gives a 12 lead ECG in less than a minute

by Gizmoration June 12, 2014
Photo description: IneedMD’s Dr. Gopinathan shows Congressman Israel how to use the EKG Glove. Being able to run tests on your heart in a couple of minutes can spell the difference between life and death – that’s a fact! However, today’s technology still doesn’t allow for easy, affordable and immediate full EKG scans. This has […]

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Apple’s newest ad shows what’s next: Health and fitness wearables, apps

by Nick Adamson June 5, 2014
Apple just released its newest TV ad called ‘Strenght’, which is set to the song “Chicken Fat,” performed by Robert Preston, originally written for President John F. Kennedy’s fitness program. The ad is a part of the its “You’re more powerful than you think” campaign. In the latest spot, iPhone users swim, run, and weigh themselves, all while connected […]
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Kickstarter makes the rules easier with Launch Now feature

by Matthew Lucason June 4, 2014
The most important Kickstarter change is the introduction of Launch Now, a new way for users to get their campaigns online faster and easier. The news, which was made official via a Kickstarter blog post this morning by CEO Yancey Strickler, means that new projects will skip the human vetting process, and instead will be evaluated based on  “thousands of data points” before being turned […]

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Houzz, the home design site, raised $150M at $2.3B valuation

by Matthew Lucason June 3, 2014
Home design site and mobile app Houzz is in talks with investors to raise $150 million in a round of funding that would value the company at $2.3 billion, according to people familiar with the deal. Founded by Alon Cohen and Adi Tatarko, the California-based company has more than 2 million new shares at a price per share of […]
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Apple WWDC 2014: iPhone 6, new OS X, iOS 8, and a health app

by Nick Adamson June 2, 2014
Apple takes the stage at its WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference) in San Francisco today. The show will begin with a keynote speech at 10am Pacific time. The good news is that Apple has announced that it will be live streaming the event, and has promised exciting announcements. If you have Apple TV navigate to “Apple Events”. The keynote speech […]

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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 — […]
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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, […]
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Linux now supported by Unreal Engine 4

by Ryan Burgesson April 27, 2014
It was revealed today in Unreal Engine 4.1 update notes that Linux is now going to be supported by the engine. This is great news for those of us wanting to get off of Windows as the industry’s most popular engine is now able to play on Linux systems. This should mean if Unreal Engine […]

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PS4′s 8GB GDDR5 was only finalised in the final meeting

by Ryan Burgesson April 26, 2014
Mark Cerny in an interview with Game Informer has revealed that the decision to include 8GB GDDR5 in their new console was only made in the very last meeting. The PS4 was initially set to launch with just 4GB but Cerny had been pushing very hard for 8GB but he didn’t have all the evidence […]
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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 […]

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DirectX with Granite API can reduce shader complexity and memory usage

by Ryan Burgesson April 14, 2014
It looks like this year it will be the battle of the API’s after the DirectX 12 announcement for Xbox One, companies have been capitalising on the weird notion that somehow DX12 will double performance on the Xbox One. Graphine Software seem to be one of these companies piggy backing on the excitement for DX12 […]
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PC gaming has 24 billion dollars estimated yearly revenue

by Ryan Burgesson April 13, 2014
Yesterday at Pax a livestreamed panel was held and the subject matter was “The (Incredible) Future of PC Gaming”, the objective of the panel was to talk about where PC gaming will be going in the next few years. Then a mission statement was shown by Nvidia Director of Technical marketing Tom Petersen: PC Gaming […]

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Mongolian nomads go high tech: power tents with solar panels

by Eric Brownon April 12, 2014
Electricity was non existent for Mongolia’s nomadic shepherds. It was hard to contact their children studying in boarding schools, refrigeration was impossible and obtaining weather forecasts, essential for shepherds looking to protect grazing animals was equally difficult. 800,000 of Mongolia’s 2.8 million inhabitants lived exactly like their ancestors. Until 2013 when a new tradition was […]
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NSA knew about the Heartbleed bug and ‘exploited’ it for 2 years

by Matthew Lucason April 12, 2014
Bloomberg is reporting that the NSA knew about the Internet security bug Heartbleed and regularly used it to gather intelligence for at least 2 years. According to two anonymous sources familiar with the matter, the bug was kept secret in the interest of national security, while the agency used it to obtain passwords and other data. Since the bug was first […]

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Robonaut’s legs to be delivered courtesy of SpaceX’s Dragon capsule

by Eric Brownon April 10, 2014
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to leave Earth for the International Space Station on the 14th of April. It will carry an unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule containing supplies which include the legs for Robonaut 2. The R2 is a humanoid robot designed to assist ISS members with daily tasks, its dexterity is extremely human […]
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Nvidia’s latest beta drivers boost DX11 games significantly

by Ryan Burgesson April 9, 2014
The latest beta driver from Nvidia is promising some pretty big improvements especially in the DirectX 11 stakes. Nvidia said in their patch notes: Performance: Introduces key DirectX optimisations which result in reduced game-loading times and significant performance increases across a wide variety of games. Results will vary depending on your GPU and system configuration. […]
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DirectX 12 is coming to Xbox One

by Ryan Burgesson April 8, 2014
It was revealed at the GDC that DirectX 12 would be coming to Xbox One and now we have some details on what exactly DX12 will bring to the table for Microsoft. Stardock CEO Brad Wardell had this to say on Neowin about the updated API: The results are spectacular. Not just in theory but […]

 
 
 
 

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