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Guy invents an 8-Bit instant camera gun that prints images in receipts

4 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This 8-bit instant camera gun might be useless but it's definitely cool. His inventor, the Moscow-based media-artist and musician Dmitry Morozov, put it together using and old Game Boy, a camera, a thermal printer, and Arduino. Read more...

Idris Elba eyeing potential villain role in Star Trek 3

8 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Will another wildly popular British actor go bad for Star Trek?

Terrifying video shows just how distracted teens can be when they drive

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Oh man, this video is absolutely horrifying. Put together by AAA, it shows how distracted teenagers are when they drive. You see drivers take their eyes off the road to text, people ignoring cars while they're on the phone and a lot of them just not paying attention at all. You get to see the side-by-side of what they're doing vs the dash cam footage of the car. Read more...

Enter to Win a New 2015 MacBook!

Whether or not you think Apple’s single-port strategy is a good idea, there’s no question that the new 2015 MacBook is stunning. It’s slim, lightweight, has a crazy sharp display, and comes in three great colors.…

These Are the (Fictional) Apple Watch Accessories You'll Really Want

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Soon, an simple Apple Watch won't be enough. You'll need a slew of accessories to go with it, too. How about one of these? [Joy of Tech] Read more...

Say Goodbye To Your Annoying Bulky Key Ring With KeySmart

15 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Until we’re all using smart locks, carrying around a bunch of keys will continue to be a necessary evil. The KeySmart is a neat little device that does away with the usual bulk and thigh gouging, by filing your keys like a multi-tool. Show More Summary

Before Film There Were Zoetropes. Now We Have 3D Printed Zoetropes!

18 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Reddit user [eyelandarts] has produced a rather unique 3D printing project. A 3D printed Zoetrope. You see, a zoetrope was a device that created an animation effect that pre-dates film technology. It would create the illusion of motion much like a flip book does, but with a spinning cylindrical wall with slots cut into it. Show More Summary

AMAZING: Brilliant free iPhone app bends reality to let you try on the Apple Watch right now

It never ceases to amaze us how creative developers get in order to solve simple problems. Apple’s first foray into both the wearables and luxury goods space is the Apple Watch, and it won’t be released for another month. Apple is giving...Show More Summary

Specs leak for HTC’s beastly Galaxy Note 4 rival

HTC’s One M9 is set to go head-to-head against Samsung’s Galaxy S6, but that’s not the only phone HTC is planning on challenging this spring. has spotted some leaked specifications that are supposedly for the HTC One M9...Show More Summary

Meet the $399 Android tablet that looks like a Surface Pro and brings Windows-like productivity

It sounds too good to be true – and it might very well be, considering the issues with crowdfunding campaigns we’ve seen before. That said, the $39 Surface Pro-like Jide Ultra Remix Android tablet that launched on Wednesday on Kickstarter...Show More Summary

You must be this short to ride this awesome electric car

Meet Twizy, a Renault electric car – well, better described as a quadricycle – that offers a 60-mile range at a maximum speed of 50mph… and it’s made for 14-year olds. At least, that’s the case with a special version of the new car that will be available soon in several countries. Show More Summary

SodaStream is working on a game-changing device that will carbonate almost any liquid

As someone who has loved Orangina soda since I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to try making my own by carbonating some orange juice with my SodaStream. Well, let’s just say it didn’t go very well and I’m a complete idiot for not bothering to read all the instructions on new appliances before I try them out the first time. Show More Summary

TC Droidcast 43: HTC One M9 And… Facebook?

This week, Chris Velazco joins us to discuss the HTC One M9, which he got to review over at Engadget. The company’s new smartphone looks pretty similar to last year’s model on the outside, but HTC also revamped the camera. I’d argue that this is hardly the time for modest upgrades for HTC, but Chris gives us some insight into what they were thinking. Show More Summary

An epic Comcast blunder may force a man to sell his new house

For many of us, having Internet service in our homes is as essential as having landline telephone service was 30 years ago. Given how many people work from home on at least some level now, we need some way to get online besides wireless carriers that often put limits on how much data we can use each month. Show More Summary

Wonder Woman ‘Justice League Trinity’ Premium Art Print

The Wonder Woman ‘Justice League Trinity’ Premium Art Print reveals an Amazon princess ready for war. Hand-numbered and limited to just 400 pieces, the 18-inch by 24-inch print features Wonder Woman standing with shield and spear, ready to show that she’s a lot more than just a pretty face. It includes a penciled artist signature […]

One way Galaxy S6 prepares you for a future without Android

One of the main features of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge is Samsung’s welcomed new take on user interface. The company has taken major steps towards making TouchWiz a lot friendlier than ever before, both when it comes to design but also preloaded features and apps. Show More Summary

WTF news of the day: Photos of 'HTC One M9 Plus' leak; debut coming before M9 even launches?

File this one under “huh?!” — it looks like HTC will unveil a new version of its flagship HTC One M9 smartphone… before the HTC One M9 even launches. Things are getting more and more confusing at HTC these days. As we stated in our One...Show More Summary

A New Bill Could Help Companies Share Cybersecurity Threat Information

The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee yesterday introduced a new bill that would allow businesses to share knowledge of digital security threats with the government without fears of legal of action. Read more...

Korean researchers develop dust sized artificial fingerprint identifier which cannot be duplicated

A Korean research team led by Professor Kwon Sung-hoon at Seoul National University and professor Park Wook at Kyung Hee University, has developed a dust-sized identifier, which could be seen as an.. The post Korean researchers develop dust sized artificial fingerprint identifier which cannot be duplicated appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.

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