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MIT researchers 3D-print robots that can literally walk off the printer when done 1:19

By creating a new printing method called "printable hydraulics," researchers at MIT found a way to 3D-print a working robot in just one session. After installing a battery and motor, the robot is capable of walking off the…
Virtual Reality

The Orah 4i camera stitches virtual reality and live-streaming together

Imagine sitting down to watch a live sports match, but instead of turning on the TV, you reach for your VR headset. The Orah 4i virtual reality camera doesn't just capture 360-degree footage, but it also live-streams it.
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A gun that shoots champagne? A gun that shoots champagne. 0:49

This champagne gun is a real gadget that sprays bubbly up to 23 feet away, for when putting your thumb on the shaken bottle isn't luxurious enough. It also comes with a pouring attachment for champagne service, or serves as a…
Computing

Amped Wireless has a wall-mounted network extender that reaches 11,000 square feet 3:53

Amped Wireless has launched a new wireless network extender that mounts in an electrical socket and provides up to 11,000 square feet of extra coverage.
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Moleskine’s Smart Writing Set digitizes your notes with a smartpen and notebook

On Wednesday, Moleskine unveiled its new Smart Writing Set, which promises to work together with a smart pen and an app to instantly digitize notes and sketches made on paper. You'll be able to digitally edit and share what you…
Mobile

Samsung’s next wearable could be a smart contact lens called Gear Blink

Forget Google Glass. Samsung's next big thing could be a smart contact lens. According to a new patent, It has a tiny display and a camera that you can control by blinking your eye.
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A computer painted this portrait of Rembrandt in the style of Rembrandt

The intersection of technology and art has produced a work entitled "the Next Rembrandt," a title that refers to both the artist and the subject. "Painted" by a computer, the piece is a stunning portrait of the legendary Dutch…
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New implantable device alleviates pain by tricking your brain with electrical pulses

To help reduce the reliance on opiates and other powerful pain medicines in treating chronic pain, a research team from the University of Texas at Arlington has been working on an alternative method for controlling pain -- electrical…
Home

Control more of your home through Amazon’s Alexa with the new Smart Home API

Amazon has released a whole new set of open software meant to make it even easier for you to control your entire home through a single portal. It's all part of the new Smart Home Skill API, the latest addition to the Alexa Skills Kit.
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Robo-love? Study shows that humans get aroused when asked to touch intimate robot body parts

According to a Stanford study, humans experience physiological arousal when touching robot body parts. When participants were asked to touch the robots' eyes and buttocks, they tapped into social norms in order to understand how…
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If Google built a tech-filled city from scratch, would you move there?

If Google's sister company Sidewalk Labs built a city 'from the internet up', would you want to move there? There are no public plans for such a project, but Sidewalk's CEO recently called it "a compelling idea."