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Hackaday Prize Entry: Controling E-ZPass

You can drive from Boston to Chicago without picking up a single ticket from a toll booth, or handing money to a single toll booth worker. You can do this because of E-ZPass, a small plastic brick mounted in most cars in the Northeast United States. Show More Summary

New video of Apple’s mammoth new spaceship campus is impressive

Set to be completed in late 2016 or early 2017, Apple's new Spaceship campus will be a marvel to behold once construction winds down and Apple employees begin making the transition over from 1 Infinite Loop. An ambitious project to say...Show More Summary

Designing A Single Instruction Computer

Today’s computers are unimaginably complex, and so complicated it’s nearly impossible for anyone to comprehend everything a CPU can do in excruciating detail. It wasn’t always like this – the early CPUs of the 70s and 80s were relatively simple and can easily be recreated at the individual gate level. Show More Summary

Larry David may return to HBO for a new season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm has been in a weird sort of purgatory for years now. Though the show never officially ended -- nor was it cancelled -- the last time we saw a new episode from Larry David and co. was back in 2011. Since then, David has been rather coy about whether or not the show has a future. Show More Summary

Watch these smartphones bend and even fold in half

In addition to demoing products that will soon hit stores like the Lenovo PHAB2 series and the Motorola Moto Z family, Lenovo briefly covered a few concept products during its Tech World keynote event this week. The company even showcased...Show More Summary

Barack Obama tells Jimmy Fallon why his smartphone is so embarrassing

Barack Obama may be the most powerful man in the world, but his smartphone game is in need of repair. In fact, the smartphone you currently have in your pocket is probably more advanced than the one he's using. During an appearance on The...Show More Summary

Fixing a broken CCFL Backlight

When you work at Tektronix and they make a difficult to refuse offer for their ‘scopes, you obviously grab it. Even if the only one you can afford is the not-so-awesome TDS1012. [Jason Milldrum] got his unit before cheaper, and better ‘scopes appeared on the market. Show More Summary

Video pits the world’s two best smartphone cameras against each other

Only two smartphones have ever managed to score an 88 following DxOMark's extensive testing. Depending on how you feel about DxOMark, that could certainly be construed as a big deal. The first phone to garner the impressive score was...Show More Summary

Seeing Super Mario Maker in Real Life Will Make You Glad You Don't Live in a Video Game

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You probably never stop to think about just how nightmarish the Mushroom Kingdom is while playing any of the Super Mario games. But this real-life version of Super Mario Maker really puts things into perspective. If this is what a plumber’s life really is like, it’s far more intense than just fixing pipes and unclogging drains. Read more...

Finally, a Playable Version of the World's Tiniest Violin

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It doesn’t take much practice to learn to play the world’s tiniest violin—just a complete and utter lack of sympathy for what someone else is complaining about. But thanks to the folks at Design I/O, your microscopic violin will finally produce actual sad music. Read more...

Philips has created a camera that can monitor vital signs without even touching a patient

Systems that monitor vital signs are among the most important tools heath care professionals have at their disposal when looking after a patient. Even small changes to certain vitals can be early warning signs of a problem that can be detected long before any discomfort is felt by the patient. Show More Summary

What's the Difference Between Cement, Concrete, and Mortar?

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Any man worth his salt should know the difference between cement, concrete, and mortar. I am not that man. They’re all just gray sludge to me. But This Old House explains the difference between the three in a very easy to understand way. Read more...

The first Blocks modular smartwatch is available for preorder

Remember the Blocks modular smartwatch concept? Well, the good news is that the product is no longer just a concept. After an impressive $1.6 million Kickstarter campaign, the company is ready to show off the final version of the product. Show More Summary

Silly, Fun Video Recites the Alphabet Using Movie Scenes

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Hearing the alphabet through movie scenes is totally dumb and silly but also loads of stupid fun. Burger Fiction took scenes from 85 different movies and stitched them together to spit out all 26 letters, and it’s almost captivating, in a “Damn, they’re really going to be able to get every letter” sort of way. Read more...

Colin Furze Builds a Death Star Using 5,000 Fireworks

So how does a crazy YouTuber who likes to blow stuff up celebrate his three-millionth subscriber? YouTuber Colin Furze went all Imperial and created a Death Star filled with 5,000 fireworks. This should be fun. This…

Comedy Central just put up every ‘Key & Peele’ sketch ever made online

During an impressive and endlessly hilarious 3-year run on Comedy Central, Key & Peele picked up where Chappelle's Show left off and took irreverent sketch comedy to even greater heights. Anchored by comedy aces Keegan-Michael Key and...Show More Summary

The 6 most exciting things unveiled at Lenovo’s big event

Lenovo Tech World 2016 is now behind us and while it wasn't necessarily the most hotly anticipated event of the season — WWDC and E3 both begin on Monday — it was still an action-packed show during which we saw some exciting new products take shape. Show More Summary

Lenovo’s first Moto Z flagship phones are finally official

Motorola is quite an innovator when it comes to smartphones. It launched the Motorola Droid, the first phone that offered buyers a compelling Android-based iPhone alternative. Later, it came up with the Moto X flagship, and Moto G and Moto E affordable handsets. Show More Summary

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