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Hands-On the Shaper Origin: A Tool That Changes How We Build

I bet the hand saw really changed some things. One day you’re hacking away at a log with an ax. It’s sweaty, awful work, and the results are never what you’d expect. The next day the clever new apprentice down at the blacksmith’s shop is demoing his beta of his new Saw invention and looking for testers, investors, and a girlfriend. Show More Summary

PSA: Vizio's 5.1 Surround Sound System Is Back In Stock For $150, If You Hurry

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Vizio’s turnkey 5.1 surround sound system is back in stock again for $150 for Prime members (discount shown at checkout). This has been going in and out of stock sporadically all week, so here’s another chance if you missed out earlier. Read more...

Drone Footage Shows the Earthquake in Italy Was Far Worse Than Anyone Thought

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Yesterday, a massive 6.1 magnitude earthquake rocked central Italy. It was followed by nearly 200 aftershocks, devastating whole towns and burying residents under rubble. Over 4,000 rescuers have been dispatched and the death toll has jumped to 247, the BBC reports. Read more...

Watching Ice Cream Melt Up Close Will Make You Want Ice Cream Real Bad

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Time-lapse footage has the power to turn mundane things into the most fascinating video you’ve ever seen. Aside from making sure you don’t step in it, you’d probably barely notice ice cream melting on the sidewalk. But when the hours...Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to Get a New Pink Gold Color

Smartphones haven’t changed too much in the past few years, but they’ve sure stepped it up in the color options department. Every phone seems to have its signature color now, sometimes in addition to the year’s “in” color (rose gold last year, blue this year). Show More Summary

Tour a $1.5-million Star Trek Home Theater

Think your man cave is cool? Check out Marc and Jennifer Bell’s Star Trek themed home theater and bar. It was a labor of love that took four years and $1.5-million to complete, and puts other…

Anglr is Fitbit for fishing

As an avid non-fisher it’s hard for me to quite grasp the depths of depravity associated with a fishing trip. Waking up at 4am? Swinging a pole at some water? Drinking beers all morning in a hot boat? Catching and eating a squirming live thing? Not for me. Show More Summary

DJI upgrades its 4k handheld gimbal camera with zoom lens, motion timelapse

DJI just announced an upgraded version of its lovely Osmo camera. Called the Osmo Plus, this model offers key features not found on the original Osmo such as zoom, motion timelapse and an improved stabilization system. Like the original,...Show More Summary

Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Microsoft’s impressive augmented reality headset won’t completely cut you off from, you know, the real world.

Get a $25 iTunes gift card for $14.38 - CNET

From the Cheapskate: Gift card reseller Raise has an unusually good deal on iTunes e-money. Plus: three bonus deals!

Watch This Hamster Play Super Mario Bros. And Win

When I saw the link to this video at first, I was really hoping for some contraption enabling a hamster running in a wheel to progress in Super Mario Bros. That kind of pro-animal egalitarian technology still eludes us, but this isn’t bad as consolation. Show More Summary

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Black and White Die-Cast Metal Action Figure 4-Pack

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : GeekAlerts

This Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Black and White Die-Cast Metal Action Figure 4-Pack features the turtles in superb metal form. They stand 3-inches tall, the perfect size for your TMNT collection. These are special black and white versions of Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello. They are fully poseable with 14 points of articulation and each […]

Your Harry Potter Party Needs This Self-Writing Spellbook Prop

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Is late-August too early to start planning a Halloween party that’s still over two months away? Obviously not. If anything it gives you plenty of time to order magical props and decor like this animated spellbook with a moving quill that appears to magically write spells all on its own. Read more...

Cyclist Goes Full Superman, Beats Everyone

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Pro tip to cyclists: sailing through the air horizontally while gripping your handlebars for dear life is the most efficient way downhill. Read more...

New report leaks details on Apple’s upcoming Snapchat rival and other new apps

Smartphone social apps including Facebook, Snapchat and instant messengers have seen tremendous growth in recent years thanks to the iPhone and Android. Apple revolutionized the smartphone business with the iPhone and the App Store, creating a massive mobile software business. Show More Summary

Guy Hacks Together a Piano From Chopsticks and Other Instruments and It Sounds Great

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You don’t need a million dollar Steinway piano to put on a captivating musical performance. You don’t even need a real piano, as Sami Elu proves, by hacking together recycled instruments, materials you’d find at a hardware store, and a bunch of unused chopsticks. Read more...

Xiaomi packs a massive battery and deca-core processor into a $135 phone

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : CrunchGear

Xiaomi’s numbers have been slipping some of late in its native China, but the company’s still announcing handsets at a healthy clip. A month after debuting the Redmi Pro, a high-end take on its budget line, the company is eyeing a rock bottom price point with its latest offering. Show More Summary

PowerEgg Drone looks like a Portal turret gone mad

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

PowerEgg, a consumer drone that looks like a turret from Portal gone mad, has just been made available for global pre-order. True to its name it really does look like an egg, and […]

New study finds iPhones fail far more often than Android phones

Apple customers are generally a shockingly loyal bunch. The company's high repeat customer rate can be attributed to a combination of factors that concern iPhones themselves as well as Apple's industry-leading customer service. Dealing...Show More Summary

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