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  • Razor has announced an adult sized version of its Crazy Cart drifting go-cart

    Thu 3:25pm By Stu Robarts
    Sometimes you can buy a toy for yourself and pretend you bought it for a child. That won't be the case with the Crazy Cart XL. It's a new version of Razor's original Crazy Cart that was released last year. It's been made bigger and more powerful, especially…
  • Limar Velov bike helmet features removable ventilation panels

    Thu 2:12pm By Ben Coxworth
    Although fair-weather cyclists may consistently appreciate the ventilation openings in most bike helmets, riders who brave the cold aren't always so keen on them. One solution is to cover those holes using a shower cap-like helmet cover, but Italy's Limar…
  • HP is looking to blend physical and digital reality with Sprout AIO

    Thu 1:25pm By Paul Ridden
    HP has revealed a new all-in-one computer named Sprout which pushes the everything-you-need-in-one-place envelope to both vertical and horizontal workspaces. Users are able to grab an icon or digital object on the computer's touchscreen display and drag it…
  • The Belt Scooter provides a wearable mode of transport

    Thu 10:29am By Dave Parrack
    The Belt Scooter by designer Ádám Török is a concept for a simple mode of transport you can wear around your waist. Thus making it much less likely you'll get stuck at a house party without any way of getting home... Continue Reading The Belt Scooter…
  • LG introduces DCI 4K monitor that trumps UHD 4K

    Thu 10:22am By Stu Robarts
    UHD 4K computer monitors (with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, like 4K TVs) have only started being released relatively recently. Already, though, manufacturers are offering monitors with higher specs still. LG's new 31MU97 has a DCI 4K resolution of 4096 x 2160,…
  • Lenovo's 13-inch Windows Yoga Tablet 2 offers hybrid functionality

    Thu 10:21am By Chris Wood
    Lenovo has announced the 13-inch Yoga Tablet 2, a Windows 8.1 system that offers familiar Yoga aesthetics. The new addition to the Yoga Tablet 2 family completes the Android/Windows pairings announced earlier this month, and presents an interesting blend of…
  • Microsoft’s Band is a competitive, feature-packed fitness tracker

    Thu 8:51am By Chris Wood
    Microsoft’s new wearable, known as the Band, is a sensor-packed, understated wearable that provides both solid fitness tracking and limited smartwatch functionality. It might be a little late to the wearable tech party, but it looks to be a good option…
  • Vinge's undulating train station lets the city flow around it

    Thu 8:29am By Stu Robarts
    Rail infrastructure has a tendency to split cities into two, beyond just its physical route. A station in Denmark, however, will use clever design to negate any such sense of separation. Vinge Train Station will use an undulating concourse that allows the city…
  • MGI's motorized Navigator Quad Gyro allows players to remotely control their cart

    Thu 5:47am By Angus MacKenzie
    The latest golf accessory by MGI Golf isn’t likely to improve anyone’s handicap but will help with the amount of exertion required to lug a bag of clubs about the course. The new remote controlled, electric Navigator Quad Gyro allows players to steer their…
  • Le Mans-winning Ferrari 275 GTB heads for Scottsdale Auction

    Thu 3:26am By Gizmag Team
    Ferrari dominates the rare car market with 53 percent of the most valuable cars ever sold at auction, 30 cars in the top 50, 14 cars in the top 20 and nine of the top ten. This 1966 Ferrari 275 Gran Turismo Berlinetta Competizione Scaglietti won its class at…
  • In a heartbeat: Ambulance Drone designed to cut cardiac arrest response times

    Thu 1:18am By Nick Lavars
    If there's anything we can take from the barrage of delivery drones to emerge recently, its that the technology has the potential to transport objects with unprecedented efficiency. Graduate student Alec Momont from Holland's Delft University of Technology is…
  • U-Boat Worx gets sporty with compact HP Sport Sub 2

    Thu 1:02am By Angus MacKenzie
    Dutch firm U-Boat Worx describes the latest addition to its line of submersibles as a "subsea-Ferrari". Like many Ferraris, the company's new HP Sport Sub 2 seats two and comes in eye-catching red, but unlike most Ferraris, it can carry a pilot and passenger…
  • Tzukuri smart-sunglasses are "unforgettable"

    Thu 12:16am By Dave LeClair
    Losing your sunglasses is no fun, especially expensive ones. Tzukuri is aiming to prevent such tragedies with a range of sunglasses that allow you to track them should they go missing... Continue Reading Tzukuri smart-sunglasses are "unforgettable"Section:…
  • Hipster rehabilitation brace aims to treat hip dysplasia in dogs

    Wed 11:25pm By Loz Blain
    Nothing can break a dog's spirit - but hip dysplasia can sure ruin your best friend's mobility and make life very painful. That's why the funky-looking Hipster rehabilitation brace could end up being such a significant product. It's designed to hold the hip in…
  • Motorclassica celebrates 100 years of Maserati ... and much more

    Wed 10:46pm By Nick Lavars
    Thousands of auto enthusiasts flocked to the Royal Exhibition building in Melbourne, Australia, over the weekend for Motorclassica 2014. Adding to the drawing power of the event was the celebration of Maserati's 100th anniversary, which saw the display of…
  • Aerial Power's drones deliver a clean sweep of solar panels

    Wed 10:20pm By Nick Lavars
    To maintain their effectiveness, solar panels need to be kept clean, but this can be a labor-intensive and costly process. Aerial Power is the latest to seek an automated solution – the London-based startup is developing brush-carrying drones that skim along…
  • Spectacular Brough Superior Alpine Grand Sports & Vincent Black Shadow set for auction

    Wed 9:44pm By Gizmag Team
    The one liter V-twins from Brough Superior and Vincent are the world's two most sought-after motorcycles – that's a fact. Now two perfect examples will cross the block on the same day. The Alpine Grand Sports Brough will most likely become one of the top ten…
  • Review: iPad mini 3

    Wed 9:08pm By Will Shanklin
    The newest iPad mini is the smallest iPad update yet – to the degree that isn't really a new device. But is it still worth a look? Join Gizmag, as we review Apple's "new" iPad mini 3... Continue Reading Review: iPad mini 3Section: Mobile TechnologyTags:…
  • HaptoMime lets users "touch" a mid-air display

    Wed 7:12pm By Ben Coxworth
    Touchscreen interfaces may make our lives easier, but the things do tend to get smeared with finger oil and whatnot, plus they're notorious for spreading germs. That's why a team of researchers at the University of Tokyo, led by assistant professor Yasuaki…
  • Zombie-proof cabin unveiled in time for Halloween

    Wed 5:50pm By Adam Williams
    British company Tiger Log Cabins has stepped up just in time for Halloween to offer a fortified cabin that sports everything required to fight the undead, including off-grid technology, entertainment facilities, and even some heavy weaponry. .. Continue…
  • Kodak gets into the 360-degree video arena, with the PixPro SP360

    Wed 5:14pm By Ben Coxworth
    We've recently been hearing a lot about systems that record 360-degree video, although they mostly appear to be either professional setups or offerings from relatively small startup companies. That changed yesterday, however, when JK Imaging announced the new…
  • Mesoloft will scatter your ashes from the edge of space

    Wed 4:46pm By Dave LeClair
    Some people choose to honor the memory of a lost loved one by doing something creative with their ashes. What's more creative than taking their remains to the very top of the Earth's atmosphere and releasing them? That's what Mesoloft is offering to those who…
  • ESA postpones experimental spaceplane launch

    Wed 3:11pm By Anthony Wood
    ESA has delayed the launch of its Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle (IXV), originally planned for Nov. 18. The decision to delay the launch was made to allow the agency time to gather further information on the unusual trajectory into which the Vega rocket…
  • You can now remotely play PS4 games on Xperia Z3 phones and tablets

    Wed 2:29pm By Chris Wood
    One of the most innovative features of Sony’s PlayStation 4 console is its ability to stream games to other Sony devices over Wi-Fi. This was previously limited to the company’s PlayStation Vita handheld and PlayStation TV micro console. With the release…
  • The Breaker adds a chain tool to cycling multitool/tire lever

    Wed 2:09pm By Ben Coxworth
    Last year we heard about the Nutter, a stainless steel device that combines a multi-bit cycling multitool with a tire lever. Since then, inventor Mark Windsor decided to take that design and make it even more useful. The result is the Breaker, which is…