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hardware December 2, 2013 posted by

PAL-V Helicycle – your Jetson’s flying car has just arrived and awaits your orders

Well it’s taken long enough, but it looks as though the reality of a flying car is actually with us. In other words you can now buy something that hums along the highway and then quickly converts into a flying vehicle to boldly go where no man has ever gone before. Or something.


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PAL-V Helicycle – your Jetson’s flying car has just arrived and awaits your orders
cool tech November 26, 2013 posted by

SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0 With EEG Monitor – buckle up, the marketing war has only just begun, thanks to some rather spooky technology

You may think you’re safe eating your oat flakes this sunny morning, but in fact there are people who have plans for you. More specifically, these marketing folk are aiming to work out how you think and feel about their products, but not just by taking stodgy surveys, oh no. Instead these guys are rolling out technology that might make your hair curl.


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SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0 With EEG Monitor – buckle up, the marketing war has only just begun, thanks to some rather spooky technology
future tech October 25, 2013 posted by

Got a storage problem? – million year discs to the rescue

There’s a LOT of information stored on computers right now. Probably more data than you could comfortably fit into the back seat of a BMW sports wagon. Which is all fine and dandy, until you realize that it’s mostly stored on magnetic media of one sort or another, which will only survive for something like a 10 to 15 year lifespan. How on earth are we going to make sure this information is still around in the future when our…


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Got a storage problem? – million year discs to the rescue
Gadgets October 16, 2013 posted by

BioDigital PC – waterproof, credit card sized computer runs full Windows or Linux, laughs at the Raspberry Pi

The leprechauns have been at it again. Not content with building teeny tiny mobile phones, minuscule cameras and ridiculously small airplanes, they’ve now gone and shrunken a PC down to the size of a credit card. Complete with 2GB of RAM, a 128 GB SSD drive and Intel processor capable of running Windows 7 or Ubuntu Linux. And if that’s not enough it’s totally waterproof and fireproof via a custom epoxy coating.


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BioDigital PC – waterproof, credit card sized computer runs full Windows or Linux, laughs at the Raspberry Pi
cool tech September 24, 2013 posted by

Patient Status Engine – continuous wireless patient monitoring arrives…and so the 22nd century begins

Star Trek science has taken a giant step forward today with the launch of the world’s first plug and play wireless vital signs monitoring system. The Patient Status Engine, from UK company Isansys, combines a range of wireless monitors with computer, smartphone and tablet apps to deliver constant real time monitoring of a patient’s vital signs.


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Patient Status Engine – continuous wireless patient monitoring arrives…and so the 22nd century begins
but is it art? September 24, 2013 posted by

This 16 foot Star Wars AT-ST replica could be yours – at a price

One of the most prominent vehicles in the Star Wars universe is the All Terrain Scout Transport, aka the AT-ST. It’s big, menacing and great for getting out of traffic jams. Well if you have the dough, it is now possible for you to purchase a life-size replica of the AT-ST for a seriously eye watering price of £9,800, which is approximately $15,700 USD.


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This 16 foot Star Wars AT-ST replica could be yours – at a price
Awesome August 26, 2013 posted by

Emotiv Insight – connect your brain directly to your phone and learn what it’s doing

We spend a lot of time paying attention to our bodies, but often ignore our minds. Living with a weak mind is just as bad as feeling sluggish day-to-day. There are plenty of activity trackers for how many steps you’ve taken or how far you’ve gone which help you to improve your abilities as you can see your progress. What would things be like if you had a way to monitor your brain activities?


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Emotiv Insight – connect your brain directly to your phone and learn what it’s doing
hardware August 15, 2013 posted by

Who doesn’t want a Giant Coffee Table Touchscreen Computer?

While some people prefer to sit down and eat a meal at a proper table, many of us plop down on the couch and utilize the coffee table. It’s convenient, easy, and is located right in front of the entertainment center. Of course, the next best place is your desk so you can browse through emails and social media sites while you munch.


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Who doesn’t want a Giant Coffee Table Touchscreen Computer?
hardware July 12, 2013 posted by

Plug will be a hive mind for all of your devices

Nowadays we have a multitude of devices, many of which serve the same purpose, but come in different sizes. It’s really quite frustrating to go through each device and make sure you have all the same files, apps, etc. so you’re never in want of information. What if there was a way to wirelessly sync all of your data across any computer, tablet, laptop, or phone?


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Plug will be a hive mind for all of your devices
hardware June 28, 2013 posted by

What Happened With The PS4 And Xbox One?

If you’re a fan of playing video games, then you were likely glued to the screen watching information crop up over the course of E3. There were a ton of new games announced, some more exciting than others, but the most important aspect for many people was the big reveal of the next generation of consoles. Microsoft and Sony were the big contenders, and as it is with any big name product, both the PS4 and Xbox One were discussed/argued/rumored…


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What Happened With The PS4 And Xbox One?
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