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Relive the 80s With This iPhone Boombox

iHome re-imagines the classic 80’s boombox and releases the iP4 stereo dock for iPhones and iPods.

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LomoKino Film Camera Shoots Lo-Fi Movies

Lomo goes into movie Lomography with the LomoKino, a hand cranked 35-mm film camera.

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PlugBug Charges Macs and iPads With a Single Plug

PlugBug is USB charger that can piggyback onto MacBook chargers to power your notebook and iDevices at the same time.

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Tweephone: The Retro-iest Rotary Tweeting Machine

A pair of Ukrainian digital firms hack an old fashioned rotary phone to make it send tweets.

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This Arduino-Equipped Lego Robot Will Rip Your DVD Collection for You

Paul Rea builds an Arduino and Lego-based robot to pick up his piles of old burned CDs and DVDs, rip them, and throw them away.

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Spherical Flying Drone Looks Like Something From Sci-Fi Movies

Japan’s Ministry Of Defense develops a spherical-shaped drone that can hover in place or fly at 40mph.

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Stanford Program Decrypts Captchas, Spam Bots Inbound

Stanford University researchers develop a computer program that can decipher captcha text meant to lock out spam bots.

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AU Optronics's Flexible E-Paper Can Charge Itself

AU Optronics develops a concept e-reader that is self-powered in sunlight and flexible as paper.

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Check It Out: Pictures Restored by Adobe's Image De-Blurring

Adobe’s Jue Wang shows off more photos ruined by camera shake and restored with the deblurring tool.

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Robot Legs Walk Like Humans, Powered by Gravity Alone

Japanese researchers develop a mechanical bipedal walker that can walk as naturally as a human powered only by gravity.

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Orbiting Robot Will Turn Space Junk Into New Satellites

DARPA plans to recycle dead satellites into new working ones using an automated mechanic spacecraft program called Phoenix.

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Artificial Skin Can Feel Touch; Robots Prepare to Out-Human Humans

Stanford researchers develop an artificial skin that can sense pressure from a firm pinch to thousands of pounds.

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TapSense Touchscreens Know How You Touched Them

Carnegie Mellon researchers develop a touchscreen that can tell when you are tapping with your fingernail or knuckles.

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The Next Mars Rover Is Nuclear-Powered

The rover for the upcoming Mars Science Laboratory mission is a plutonium-powerd cyclops with a rock-vaporizing laser!

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How Does a Google Self-Driving Car Drive?

Google reveals how its self-driving cars work, see the road, and deal with jerks on the road.

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