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3D Printed Moving and Tracking Portal Turret is Full of Win

Got a 3D printer and a few basic electronic components at your disposal? Then good news, you too can build your own motion tracking Portal gun turret, and lets be honest, why wouldn’t you want to…

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Study Reveals Gamers To Be More Educated, Social and Successful Than Non-Gamers

Gamers have always been thought to be comprised mostly by loners and rejects, the so-called nerds who live in their parent’s basement and play video games all day long. However, a recent study has shed light…

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Information Regarding Samsung’s VR Headset Revealed

While Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are virtual reality projects everybody knows and anxiously await, Samsung has its own plans. The difference is, Samsung is apparently keeping it on the low with information about what the…

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New Virtual Reality Gear Surfaces in Europe

For the virtual reality fans out there Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are the most well-known VR projects considered and eagerly awaited, but there are a couple of flaws to be considered when looking into this. First…

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Wireless Calling With The Help Of An Earpiece Discovered In The Upcoming TalkBand B1

There is a lot of competition going around in the wearable devices market, having manufacturers keeping it a secret, with a few leaks every now and then. However, just as HTC, Huawei isn’t keeping it a…

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Dell Becomes The First PC Maker To Adopt A Wireless Charging Standard

Desktop and laptop maker, Dell, has recently joined one of the world’s biggest wireless industry consortium, Wireless Power Consortium, namely the Alliance of Wireless Power, or A4WP for short. The A4WP has announced that Dell is…

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IBM and DARPA Working On Self-Destructing Chips

Self-destructing devices have only been seen in spy movies. But it is bound to become a reality now, since reports point to a partnership between IBM and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA for…

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Asus Revealed Their Haswell-powered Chrome OS Desktop mini-PC

Asus has revealed a long-teased machine based on Google’s Chrome OS under the name of Chromebox. The specs for Asus’s ChromeOS-powered box-shaped PC are just enough for a tiny, web-surfing PC, and just about it. The…

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iWatch Rumored To Cost Only $299, Rumored To Bring In $17.5 Billion In Just 12 Months

Smartwatches are still in their early days, having the first of their kind hit the market and manufacturers just started looking on how users are appreciating and utilizing the gadgets. Some may not be so awesome…

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Pebble’s App Store Is Reported To Launch This Monday

It appears that Pebble officially confirms its app store will be launching tomorrow on iOS devices with the Android version not too far behind. The Pebble app store will integrate with the Pebble smartphone app for…

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Rumors of Second-Generation Galaxy Gear Emerge, To Launch Alongside Galaxy S5

There are rumors that Samsung is looking to launch another ‘redesigned’ Galaxy Gear 2. The first attempt to release a wearable device, aka. the Galaxy Gear, was not as successful as Samsung thought, having encountered numerous…

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Oculus Rift To Aid Ford In Designing New Generation Of Cars

Ford automobile maker apparently is using the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to aid in development of new cars, including vehicle color, materials, design, and possible modifications. Ford reportedly is using three systems in Detroit, and…

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Apple Rumors Reveal That iOS 8 and iWatch Combo Could Be Fitness Oriented

A report from 9to5Mac reveals that Apple muught be working on a built-in application called “Healthbook” for iOS 8. According to 9to5Mac’s sources, Healthbook will take visual cues from the existing Passbook application, and it will…

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Google Rumored To Be Looking Into Purchasing Wearable Tech Companies

It seems clear that Google does not want to deal in smartphone manufacturing, as seen in the recent Motorola Mobility sale. Latest news report that Google is planning to use Nest as its gadget hardware team,…

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The Aurora Headband Lets You Take Control Of Your Dreams

Now here is an interesting and most effective gadget, something that helps you control your dreams. The Aurora, a new Kickstarter project, is a ‘Dream-Enhanced Headband’ that lets you control your dreams by inducing ‘lucid dreams’.…

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Google Reportedly In Development Of Contact Lenses Which Can Read Glucose Levels

A contact lens which contains a glucose sensor, an antenna, a capacitor and a chip has been developed by Google dedicated to people suffering from diabetes. It does not restrict eyesight and performs analysis of glucose…

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Mirror Your PC To Any HDMI Screen With Airtame Wireless Dongle

Airtame’s wireless dongle makes cable connections look like something from the past with its wireless streaming capabilities. It allows you to mirror the image from your computer screen to any HDMI display. The wireless device from…

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iWatch Reportedly Facing Battery, Display And Manufacturing Issues

The first wearable device that Apple is expected to unveil is a smartwatch which is commonly referred to as the iWatch. There’s no confirmation from the company that such a device exists, but the trial production…

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Eye-Tracking Gadget Reportedly In Development By Tobii And SteelSeries

Tobii is known for making eye-tracking technology and it also was the manufacturer that worked with Samsung in bringing eye-tracking technology to the Samsung Galaxy S4 last year. Now it looks like Tobii is working with…

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Sony To Release A Windows Phone Device In 2014

Microsoft and Sony are reportedly in talks for releasing a Windows powered Sony handset. Such a move would break Sony’s current loyalty to Android and give Nokia some fresh competition in the Windows Phone segment. Both…

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Bionym’s Nymi Can Be The Next Step Towards More Secure Accounts In The Future

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUO7Qnmc8vE[/youtube] Bionym has released a concept for a wearable hardware called Nymi that authenticates a user based on their heartwave signature. This could as well turn the way we authenticate when performing online transactions or accessing…

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SpeedLink PARTHICA Core Gaming Keyboard Launched

SpeedLink launched its PARTHICA Core gaming keyboard, a keyboard optimized for your responsiveness, precision and comfort, and of course gaming. The keyboard comes in three LED color variations for gamers to choose from, the “Volcano” red,…

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Investors Spend $75 million to build consumer version Oculus VR

The people behind the highly anticipated virtual reality headset known as the Oculus Rift secured a $75 million Series B round of funding led by Andreessen Horowitz, the same investment firm that was instrumental in recently…

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Google To Set Compliance Standards For Android-based Portable Navigation Devices

There are quite a few PND manufacturers out there that have succeeded in releasing Android-based navigation gadgets and features, and even embed them into car dashboards. However, Google intends to make a set of compliance standards…

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Leap Motion Added To 11 HP Computers

Leap Motion technology has been announced back in September and the fact that HP will embed it into their laptops. It seems that Leap Motion is finally ready and Hewlett-Packard is embedding its gesture-control technology in…

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Pre-Orderes Opened For Vuzix M100 Android Powered Smart Glasses

The Vuzix M100 is now available for pre-order in the US, having a price tag of $1000 and with an expected delivery of two to four weeks. Vuzix is calling the M100 a “hands-free wearable computer”,…

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Nike To Release New Smartwatch Next Year

The Nike company isn’t afraid to dig deeper into the tech industry, introducing more and more gadgets for sport fans all over the world. Their partnership with Apple also helped them grow in this sphere and…