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Japan Display announces a 12.3-inch Curved LCD for Automotive Applications

Japan Display (JDI) today announced the development and production-readiness of a 12.3-inch curved liquid crystal display for automotive applications. The TFT LCD module, based on low temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) technology, enables...Show More Summary

Not using your phone while driving earns free coffee in Japan

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Using a phone, be it smart or otherwise, while driving is incredibly dangerous. You could seriously injure someone including yourself, face a conviction, and have to spend a fortune paying out for repairs […]

Batman Arkham Knight Azrael Polystone Statue

The man who would be the new Batman strikes an intimidating pose with the Batman Arkham Knight Azrael Polystone Statue. Bruce Wayne is the type of man who plans for everything, including the possibility that the day might arrive when he’s unable to wear the mantle of the Bat, but not just anybody can become […]

South Australia is Going Through A Massive Blackout

If you’re in South Australia, chances are you’re not reading this. Widespread blackouts across the state caused by severe storms mean that all of South Australia — anywhere not with a backup generator or an uninterruptible power supply — has gone dark. More »      

Songbird, A Mostly 3D Printed Pistol That Appears To Actually Work

[Guy in a garage] has made a 3D printed gun that not only appears to fire in the direction pointed, it can also do it multiple times. Which, by the standard of 3D printed guns, is an astounding feat. He started with.22 rifle cartridges but has since upgraded and tested the gun with.357 rounds. Show More Summary

Clone Wars and Rebels' Dave Filoni Is Now In Charge Of All Star Wars Animation

The man behind Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels has gotten a big promotion — and it’s good news for Rebels and the future of the animated galaxy far, far, away. Perhaps most intriguingly, it also implies that Filoni now has something else to work on besides just Rebels. More »      

Forget Mars, Qantas Has New First Class Pyjamas

Shut it down, Elon. There’s no point. I’ve already forgotten about Mars: my new mission in life is to get a pair of these comfy-looking First Class pyjamas from Qantas. More »      

New cache management approach boosts application speeds by 9.5 percent

5 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

By improving the efficiency with which computer processors find and retrieve the data they need from memory, researchers from Samsung Electronics and North Carolina State University have given computer applications a speed boost of over...Show More Summary

NBN Will Roll 'Fibre To The Curb' To 700,000 Homes Around Australia, Abandoning Optus Cable

The rollout of Australia’s NBN will abandon almost all of Optus’s HFC cable network that it paid $800 million for back in 2011, with up to 700,000 homes around the country instead being connected to the NBN through fibre to the distribution...Show More Summary

Epson develops world’s first microcontroller with a built-in memory LCD controller for wearable products

Seiko Epson has begun shipping samples of the S1C31D01, the latest addition to the company’s S1C31 series of energy-efficient 32-bit microcontrollers that have an ARM Cortex-M0+ processor and built-in Flash memory. Epson.. The post Epson...Show More Summary

G-Box turns the Mercedes G-Wagen into a self-contained off-road camper

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Back in 2013, we looked at the Ququq box, an all-in-one camper box similar to European competitors like the Qubiq and Yatoo. We liked the simple design and pricing on the Ququq, but the list of vehicles didn't necessarily include every model we might like to take camping, especially if our camping plans were to include off-roading. Show More Summary

US Border Patrol Agent Caught Watching Porn At Work, Blames Internet Filter For Not Stopping Him

Working for the US Department of Homeland Security can be stressful. But no matter how difficult your job is, looking at porn is usually frowned upon during work hours. So when a US border patrol agent was recently busted for watching porn at work, he got into trouble. Show More Summary

Body-based transmission system keeps passwords secure

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Trying to remember a pile of passwords is a hassle many people get around by just using the same codes for everything, but that's hardly secure. Smartphone manufacturers have embraced sensors like fingerprint and iris scanners, and thanks...Show More Summary

Hackaday Prize Entry: Under Cabinet LED Lighting Controller

[Matt Meerian]’s workbench seems to be in perpetual shadow, so he has become adept at mounting LED strips under all his shelves and cabinets. These solve any problems involving finding things in the gloom, but present a new problem in...Show More Summary

WIRED’s Top 50 Black Friday Deals

It's Black Friday, and sweet deals abound. But chasing them down without proper guidance is going to land you in a lot of unnecessary lines. No worries, WIRED put in the extra legwork so you can spend less time on your feet and more time wiggling your toes by the fireplace. Good luck! One note: […] The post WIRED's Top 50 Black Friday Deals appeared first on WIRED.

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