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Microsoft Shows Off Minecraft with HoloLens for Real-World Play

Microsoft Shows Off Minecraft with HoloLens for Real-World Play

While Microsoft has shown off some very cool applications for things like HoloLens and potential software for collaboration and even AR robots, we’ve hadn’t seen many products aimed at the consumer masses…not until E3, when Microsoft took HoloLens to the people and showed off a Minecraft app. The idea is simple and…
LyveHome Unites Videos and Photos On All Your Devices In One Place

LyveHome Unites Videos and Photos On All Your Devices In One Place

If you’re like me, you probably have photos and videos scattered throughout all your devices – smartphones, computers and tablets. It’s a pain getting them all in one place. But the LyveHome photo and video manager wants to remedy this problem, united memories that are scattered across your mobile device…
Ubuntu Launches OS For Touch Smartphones

Ubuntu Launches OS For Touch Smartphones

Ubuntu, the popular Linux-based OS for those that eschew Windows or Mac OS, has launched version 13.10 today, or as it’s known in the Linux community: Saucy Salamander.  This is significant because, unlike the Ubuntu variant for Android OS, version 13.10 is designed to expressly support a line of Ubuntu-based…
6 Massively Popular Devices Killed by Smartphones – Are Standalone Devices Doomed?

6 Massively Popular Devices Killed by Smartphones – Are Standalone Devices Doomed?

With the use of “smart” phones nowadays, man is able to perform many tasks conveniently – anywhere and anytime. Convenient and fraught with features, smartphones are not just here to stay, but they are in a quest for total domination. Crammed with so many features other devices are just too…
Liftware Spoon Helps With Parkinson’s Tremors

Liftware Spoon Helps With Parkinson’s Tremors

A new smart spoon can be a vital tool in helping stabilize Parkinson’s tremors. San Francisco-based Lift Labs’ patented Liftware Spoon uses an “active cancellation of tremor” technology that works to counteract the tremors people can experience in their hands and help prevent spills. For those with the disease, chewing and…
New iKnife Scalpel Finds Cancer As It’s Cutting

New iKnife Scalpel Finds Cancer As It’s Cutting

One of the biggest problems with cancer is getting rid of it. Often, that involves surgery, but surgeons can have a difficult time separating cancerous tissue from healthy, and mid-operation analysis techniques take a little too much time to be used constantly. So a group of medical students have invented…
Ad Campaign Rewards a Free Samsung Galaxy S4 When You Stare At It for 60 Minutes Straight (video)

Ad Campaign Rewards a Free Samsung Galaxy S4 When You Stare At It for 60 Minutes Straight (video)

Pining for a Samsung Galaxy S4, currently the world’s best-selling smartphone?  Well, if you lived in Switzerland you could have one for free simply by staring at the phone for 60 minutes. Sounds simple, right?  Not quite. Swisscom set up kiosks in a select number of train stations throughout the pint…
Image of the Day: View from the New NYC World Trade Center

Image of the Day: View from the New NYC World Trade Center

Donald Trump ain’t got nothing on this. Image by Spencer Platt / Getty Images
Guy Surgically Mounts iPod Nano to His Arm (video)

Guy Surgically Mounts iPod Nano to His Arm (video)

Body piercing, while cool and unique to many an individual often doesn’t serve any utility.  Unless of course you’re looking to swing through the air by giant hooks attached to a crane – yeah, people do that. [GR]QKVNVoBScFA[/GR] However, in the case of Dave Hurban, body piercing isn’t just for show…
World’s Largest Paper Airplane Makes Aviation History (video)

World’s Largest Paper Airplane Makes Aviation History (video)

[GR]z6uN3LiJqAo[/GR] The world’s largest paper airplane flew over the Arizona desert last Wednesday. Called “Arturo’s Desert Eagle,” the paper airplane is 45 feet long, has a wingspan of 24 feet and weighs 800 pounds even though it’s based on a much smaller paper airplane that was created by 12 year-old…
Interactive Painting Sports Flying Fruit (video)

Interactive Painting Sports Flying Fruit (video)

Paintings by their very nature are fixed.  And by fixed we mean they’ll never change in terms of composition.  Some just can’t live with that idea and that’s perhaps what motivated Scott Garner to build this moving painting. He started by dressing a standard LCD TV with a custom wooden…
30 of the Funniest Siri Responses (list)

30 of the Funniest Siri Responses (list)

Apple’s new iPhone 4S wasn’t the iPhone 5 everybody wanted, but it was still packed with loads of cool upgrades and new features. The biggest being Siri, a speech recognition personal assistant that’s not an app, but an actual computer program built into the phone.  It has both speech input and…
8 Top Tech Videos and Gadgets for the Week: September 2nd (list) (video)

8 Top Tech Videos and Gadgets for the Week: September 2nd (list) (video)

Man, where did summer go! We’re already in September, and Labor Day is this coming Monday, aka the official farewell to summer 2011. Wishing all readers a safe and fun holiday weekend with our weekly tech wrap up! 4. Bamboo Blackbox Cases Made from Bamboo these eco-friendly, stylish and unique…
DROID X2 Caught on Video Camera (video)

DROID X2 Caught on Video Camera (video)

Last week we saw a leaked image of the DROID X2.  Honestly, it is nothing worth losing sleep over, let alone waiting for, at least given what little we know so far. Early rumors pointed to the DROID X2 boasting 4G connectivity, but according to Technobuffalo, who seems to have…

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