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Giant ‘Windwheel’ to power large city in Netherlands

A consortium of Rotterdam based companies want to reinvent the ‘windmill,’ and it will be quite a sight if the contraption gets built. Dubbed the ‘Dutch Windwheel,’ the concept harnesses the wind to generate electricity while doing away with the mechanical parts that have made traditional windmills so popular over

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Large plumes on Mars baffle scientists

Scientists are investigating large plumes above Mar’s surface. Amateur astronomers have reported, on multiple occasions, the appearance of plume-like features appearing in Mar’s atmosphere in March and April of 2012. Purportedly, the plumes were estimated to reach altitudes of over 250km on both occasions. Similar occurrences observed in the past

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QUANT F blows all Tesla models out of the water

nanoFlowcell AG will show off another rendition of its QUANT car at an upcoming 2015 Geneva Motor Show.  Electric ‘sportscars’, as they’re being hailed, are the craze these days, and the QUANT F is just adding more flame to the fire. According to its maker, the updated QUANT is capable

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Drone delivery tests show promising results in France

GeoPost is joining many other couriers in testing out drone delivery technology, and reportedly the French mail service is showing some promising results. The express delivery service has been partnering with Atechsys for quite some time now, and the result is quite impressive to say the least.  According to a

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SimCity 2000 is free for a limited time

It’s free. Yes, free. If you’re simulation fan, then you will know what SimCity is.  Aside from the rather disastrous launch last year, the game SimCity 2000 is still a decent simulation game worth chucking a few coins at. Well, that was then, but this is now. Electronic Arts is

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Google releases new live TV tuning app

Thinking about using an Android set-top box to watch TV? Well, Google is finally about to offer users that option with the Live Channels for Android TV app. The app suddenly appeared in the Google Play Store recently, but don’t expect any Android devices to be able to install it. 

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Intel may power the next version of Google Glass

Google’s next iteration of Project Glass will purportedly run on Intel’s mobile offering. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the folks tinkering in Google’s lab will double up the amount of ram in its Glass gadget.  However, that’s not the only bit of interesting news about Google’s take on

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Smartphones

Puzzlephone: The three part modular smartphone

Circular Devices is working on a modular smartphone with three parts, drastically simplifying the concept brought up by companies like Google. It’s called the Puzzlephone and it has three main parts.  The processing part contains the all-important CPU, the battery and secondary electronics, and of course the camera for all

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InSpace attempts to 3D-ify all things digital

[youtube id="ZruOsZV2aXc"] Hanging out in virtual space is a lot like staring at a piece of paper, except we are able to freely manipulate objects and content on the canvas without having to erase and then redrawing things.  The question is now, why haven’t we progressed enough to be able

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Human tissue printing service now available to the public

[youtube id="s3CiJ26YS_U"] Organovo has just made their human tissue 3D printing technology available to the public. Dubbed the exVive3D, the 3D printer capable of printing out human liver tissue is now available to researchers that want to test their drugs and chemicals.  The printer itself, Organovo claims, eliminate the need

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