Cubelets Let You Build Robots Without Any Experience

Cubelets are not for squares: These blocks let just about anyone get into robotics.

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Mind-Controlled Car Does Exactly What You Think

Control your car with your thoughts! Just keep your eyes--and mind--on the road.

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The First Anti-Laser: The Reverse Mohawk of the Photon World

Yale researchers have developed an "anti-laser" that can absorb amplified light. Take that, laser death rays!

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Hackable Wristwatch Would Make Dick Tracy Jealous

The wristwatch isn't dead yet: Program your wristwatch into a remote control or digital secretary.

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World's Smallest Projector Has Big Ambitions

A 6mm projector is the latest thing in tiny tech.

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Forget Jetskis; Fly a Jetpack Instead

What happens when you merge jetskis with a jetpack? A Canadian Inventor reinvents the single person hovercraft.

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China’s New Supercomputer Is Probably World’s Fastest… But Not for Long

In late October, China unveiled the world’s “fastest” super computer, the Tianhe 1A, but America has two heavy hitters due for 2012.

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World's Smallest Gaming Console: Novelty Gamers Love This Feat of Miniature Hardware

One hardware hacker assembled a working game console that's only about the size of a US quarter.

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Mavizon AutoBot Makes Your Car a Little Smarter

Meet Mavizon's AutoBot, an add-on for your car that will let you keep tabs on wayward teen drivers, figure out what that "Check Engine" light is about, and more. It will not, however, turn your Honda Civic into Optimus Prime.

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There is No Spoon: Canadian Company Brings Us One Step closer to Telekinesis

A Toronto-based company called Interaxon has been developing a system that allows you to manipulate surroundings with your mind.

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Graphene Nanobubbles Could Mean More Powerful Gadgets

Graphene has a new superpower: Scientists have found a way to stretch the material that could change the way we make electronics in the future.

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