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Travel comfortably with this supportive neck pillow

'Vasco' has created a neck pillow that heats up and vibrates, providing a portable massage experience for travelers who are always on the go. Read more... More about Travel Leisure, Travel, Mashable Video, Travel Tech, and Traveling

Drop Everything, Japan's Aspark Owl Electric Hypercar Just Did 0-60 In 1.9 Seconds

Time and space have seemingly been bent, and it was a small engineering firm in Japan that made it happen. Until today, the idea of a sub-2-second 0-60 time in a street-legal hypercar seemed the impossible barrier to break, but with the recent accomplishments of the Aspark Owl, announced yesterday, it is starting to seem like it could happen. More »      

Dyson's Plan To Build Three Electric Cars From Scratch Is Nuts And Just Might Work

Dyson is mostly known as a prominent manufacturer of vacuum cleaners and hand dryers, and that's fine. But in September it announced it wanted to get into the electric car business, and it had $4 billion with which to do it. Now here's more details on how it plans to do it, and how it just might work. More »      

A Fully Functional LEGO Snowblower [Video]

This, ladies and gentlegeek, is a snowblower built almost entirely out of LEGO Technic pieces, and it is fully functional! Check it out in action in the video above. Let it snow, we are ready! Lego Snowblower- awesome working machine. Show More Summary

When Black Panther 2 Happens, It Needs To Feature This Unused Character Concept

Sure, T'Challa is a great Black Panther, but what if we saw someone else in the suit? More »      

Mercedes-Benz Owner Daimler AG May Have Rigged Emissions Tests

Daimler AG, the automaker which produces the Mercedes-Benz line of luxury vehicles, is facing growing scrutiny after US investigators reportedly found that it installed software to cheat diesel emissions tests on cars, Bloomberg and Reuters reported. More »      

Why big pharma might pay cryptocurrency for your DNA

More people are getting their genome sequenced than ever before, so start-ups are offering to help people make money from their genomic data

Do Animals Have A Sense Of Competition?

Humans do the wildest things to animals - stick them with experimental drugs, mash them into cheap nuggets, mount their severed heads on dining room walls. Against this backdrop of chaos and mass extermination the Puppy Bowl seems fairly...Show More Summary

Black Panther Is Marvel's First Shakespearean Epic

There are a great many things that make Black Panther a Marvel film like no other, but one of the most striking things about it is how thoroughly familiar the world of Wakanda feels. Not in the sense that you've seen anything like it before (trust me, you haven't), but rather that seeing it feels like coming home. More »      

Mandatory Data Breach Notifications Are Coming: Here's Everything You Need To Know

This Thursday is the day! Yes, it is World Thinking Day (which you should still definitely do), but it's also the day that Australian Government agencies - and other organisations with obligations to secure personal information under...Show More Summary

This Is What A $22,000 Treadmill Looks Like

I won't even pay for a gym membership - so this is the closest I'll ever get to a twenty-two thousand dollar running machine (holy wow twenty-two thousand dollars, y'all). That's a car. Except you have to run. And you're still not getting anywhere. Anyway, here's the SkillRun. More »      

The 5 Best Podcast Apps For Android and iPhone

These apps can help you manage your podcast library and discover new shows

VANQUISH, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and Brave: The Video Game are coming to Xbox One backward compatibility today

Larry Hryb has announced three more games joining the Xbox One backward compatibility program starting today. This time they are VANQUISH, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and Brave: The Video Game. VANQUISH, Lara Croft and theShow More Summary

Ultrasound could waken a sleeping smart home

The home of the future, we are assured, will be swarming with tiny sensors: security cameras, carbon monoxide detectors, speakers, and everything else. Few need to be running all the time — but how do you wake them up when they’re needed if they’re off in the first place? Ultrasound. Read More

Black Role Models in Tech: A Personal Perspective

As part of celebrating Black History Month, we are sharing the perspectives of Tobi Amos, a young African-American engineer about some of the black role models who helped inspire her. The post Black Role Models in Tech: A Personal Perspective appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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