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AlumaSki is designed to go where Jet Skis fear to tread


Jet Skis are certainly able to squeeze into narrow waterways, although you probably wouldn't feel comfortable scraping one's hull against a rocky riverbed.

Apple releases iOS 8 into the wild


The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 8, is now available to download starting today.

NASA's Dawn spacecraft recovers after two malfunctions


NASA's Dawn spacecraft has recovered from an unexpected phenomenon that resulted in the robotic explorer going into safe mode on September 11, mirroring a similar event that affected the spacecraft three years ago as it approached the protoplanet Vesta.

Glyder lets you exercise at your desk without whacking your knees


By now, pretty much everyone has heard about the health risks involved with remaining seated and sedentary for long periods of time.

Foster's new Mexico City airport to be "one of the biggest and most sustainable" in the world


Foster + Partners has designed a number of airports, including Kuwait International, Jordan's Alia International and the proposed London Britannia.

Hasselblad reveals its H5D-50c Wi-Fi upgrade at Photokina


Hasselblad is showing off a new Wi-Fi enabled version of its H5D-50c camera at Photokina. But don't worry if you've recently splashed out on the original, as the new medium format shooter will be offered to current H5D-50c owners for a €500 (or US$1,000 in the US) upgrade fee, for a limited time.

Cologne gets first look at new Leica S (Type 007) medium format camera


Leica has used Photokina to reveal its new medium format line-up by announcing two new models. The new flagship Leica S (Type 007) brings the benefits of a CMOS sensor and features a wide ISO range, faster continuous shooting and 4K video recording, while the entry-level Leica S-E offers users a slightly more affordable way of getting into medium format Leica photography...

Dremel announces personal 3D printer


Dremel, the company best known for its rotary power tool that's used for everything from routing and sanding to carving and engraving, has announced that it's taking a leap into the 21st century with its first consumer 3D printer – the Dremel 3D Idea Builder...

Dancing traffic light entertains pedestrians and improves safety


Pedestrians will often ignore the "red man" at pedestrian lights in order to cross the road sooner. Unfortunately, this leads to accidents.

"World's first" 3D printed car created and driven by Local Motors


The acceleration of 3D printing means that even cars can be now printed. The Local Motors Strati 3D car was printed live at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2014 last week.

Polaroid's Socialmatic camera edges closer to production


ADR Studio first revealed the Socialmatic concept design back in 2012. A year later Polaroid announced that the chunky photo sharing and printing camera would hit stores by the close of 2014.

Cutting edge architecture ... for cats


A total of 14 Los Angeles-based architecture firms, including Perkins and Will and HOK, were recently tasked with designing small outdoor cat shelters for charity.

MIT demonstrates slithering rubber robot


Once upon a time, robots were imagined as human-like machines with a distinct body complete with head, arms, hands, feet, and legs.

Nissan reveals its new Pulsar hatch


Nissan's all-new Pulsar hatchback will be available with a raft of active safety features and two fuel efficient engines at launch: a turbocharged 1.2-liter petrol engine and a 1.5-liter diesel motor...

Turret flight tests to pave the way for laser weapons on military aircraft


High energy laser (HEL) systems have been the subject of military research for decades, but it is only in recent years that the technology has advanced to the point where it is feasible for such systems to be mounted on military ground vehicles and sea vessels.

Battery-packed PowerPole boosts GoPro recording time by five times


Even with the beefed up battery of GoPro's Hero3+, there's always the possibility of the camera cutting out right as the action heats up.

Skydancer 7.5 shows the world what a motorhome convertible looks like


From the ubiquitous soft top to multi-panel glass retractables, car convertibles have always been a staple of our coverage.

Spaceship Earth Grants competition offers private citizens a trip into space


Spaceship Earth Grants (SEG), a US public-benefit organization and an affiliate of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, has launched a contest that aims to give away one space flight for every 50,000 applications it receives.

Hybrid Play morphs playgrounds into mobile game controllers


Playgrounds may seem old school to some kids when compared to the latest video games, but Hybrid Play’s interactive game system turns swing sets and seesaws into games controllers through a mobile app available for iOS and Android devices.

SanDisk unveils world's first 512 GB SD memory card


SanDisk has announced its, and the world's, highest capacity SD memory card so far. Designed with professional videographers and photographers in mind, the 512 GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card couples high capacity with write speeds of up to 90 MB/s and transfer speeds up to 95 MB/s...


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