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Looking to track earthquakes on your own? Do it with the Raspberry Shake

Was that a tremor you just felt? You don't have to be a seismologist to answer that question, at least, not if you have the Raspberry Shake. Branded as a "professional grade personal seismograph"
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Robots demolish a site deemed too hazardous for workers

After four workers were tragically killed on a U.K. demolition site, robots were charged with carrying out the demolition work in their place. This is the future of the demolition industry, the manufacturer of the robots says.
Photography

Can't tell Monet from Manet? Let Google's latest app be your tour guide

Google's latest Arts & Culture update allows users to tour a museum virtually, or head out on a self-guided tour. The beta program will use artwork-recognition software and a smartphone camera to offer all the background…
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Turn your kitchen into your favorite local brewpub with Hopsy’s HomeTap

Backed by its pre-existing craft beer delivery network, the Bay Area-based company Hopsy now offers a draught-style countertop beer dispenser it's dubbing the HomeTap. With the machine, owners can enjoy their favorite local beer.
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Watch the time fly by with this gorgeous levitating nixie clock

Scottish electronics whiz Tony “Lasermad” Adams has built a levitating nixie clock unlike any that have been seen before -- and he's offering it to customers via a new Kickstarter campaign.
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Chinese scientists will be the first to use CRISPR gene editing in human patients

Chinese scientists next month will treat lung cancer patients with immune cells modified using the CRISPR–Cas9 gene editing technique. The world's first human trials will establish whether CRISPR is a viable option for patients not…
Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is the new canvas: Oculus shows off Medium sculptures

The Rift Touch 3D sculpting program, Medium, is really starting to take shape, so Oculus invited a gang of artists in to turn their digital art into tactile experiences. We really like the robots.
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Voyager 4 drone's incredible optical zoom camera will pack 16x magnification

Drone manufacturer Walkera has unveiled Voyager 4, its latest flagship drone, which will feature a camera system capable of capturing a focal range between 10mm and 1500mm.
Virtual Reality

Could VR unlock the cure for Vietnam veterans' decades-old PTSD?

A crowdfunding campaign wants to build virtual reality tools to help Vietnam War vets cope with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Dr. Albert "Skip" Rizzo explained to Digital Trends how it works.
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NASA time-lapse shows a year on Earth from a million miles away

To celebrate a year of operation, NASA took images captured by its EPIC camera module on board the NOAA DSCOVR spacecraft and created a mesmerizing time-lapse of a year on Earth, as seen from a million miles away.
Wearables

This creative wearable is a nail in the London Underground Oyster Card's coffin

This jewelry design graduate has found a far more convenient and creative way to use an Oyster Card on the London Underground. She has taken the chip from inside the card, and put it in a set of false nails.
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Snowden developing iPhone battery case with hidden spy tool

To detect revealing mobile transmissions that could be used to locate journalists, Edward Snowden and hacker Andrew “Bunnie” Huang are developing a spy monitoring tool that doubles as a battery case.