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Sena introduces smart cycling helmet

You have only one head, and under that hair and skin on the outside lies a skull. The skull is what keeps your brain protected from all sorts of knocks and hits, but since it is not made out of some indestructible material, you know that some blunt force could actually shatter the skull — and mush up everything inside. This means one should always be extra careful when it...

This tiny little device lets you create your own personal cloud network in seconds

The Lima Smart & Private Cloud Storage Device is a tiny little device that fits in the palm of your hand, but don't let its cute design fool you: this gadget means business. Plug one end into the wireless router in your home or office, and plug the other end into an external hard drive like this affordable 1TB model from Seagate. Show More Summary

Air-Powered Top Only Possible on a 3D Printer

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

One of the major reasons anyone would turn to a 3D printer, even if they have access to a machine shop, is that there are some shapes that are not possible to make with conventional “subtractive manufacturing” techniques. There are a...Show More Summary

Forget racing, this is what’s really driving Apple’s interest in McLaren

With Apple still reportedly interested in entering the automotive space, a wild new rumor emerged earlier this week claiming that Apple was interested in acquiring McLaren Technology Group. The McLaren Technology Group, for those unfamiliar,...Show More Summary

Sending Music Long Distance Using A Laser

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen DIYers sending music over a laser beam but the brothers [Armand] and [Victor] are certainly in contention for sending the music the longest distance, 452 meter/1480 feet from their building, over the tops of a few houses, through a treetop and into a friend’s apartment. Show More Summary

Thermal Photography Shows Even Pizza Emits Radiation

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

These beautiful photographs of fast food were taken by Brea Souders using a radiometric thermal camera. They demonstrate that all matter with a temperature greater than absolute zero emits electromagnetic waves—no microwave oven required. And that Day-Glo Warholish quality is more than appropriate for junk food. Read more...

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