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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

gizmag

eBikes might be good for commuters who don't want to arrive at work all sweaty, but the technology can also provide a helping hand to cyclists who want to get down and dirty. Shimano has recognized this with the new STePS MTB, a rugged eBike motor designed for off-road performance.Read more
There are only a few VR headsets you can buy today – or at least only a few that matter – but now that consumer virtual reality is here, this sounds like a good time to compare your best options (both present and near future). Read on for our first VR Headset Comparison Guide. Read more
A new set of wireless earbuds with built-in microphones has just been released on Kickstarter that truly raise the bar in this arena. We tried them out. Read more
The SaloneSatellite has celebrated its 19th edition, showcasing innovative designs from young designers from around the world, with a special emphasis on new materials. Read more
The 88-key MPiano digital controller was developed in partnership with the Porsche Design Studio and features adjustable keyboard action so that musicians can choose precisely how the device feels to play, from the solid, weighty keys of a concert grand to a light and springy tabletop synth. Read more
The e-bike market has been rapidly changing, with a number of companies stepping up and offering lighter, less conspicuous electric bikes. The M2S All-Go is the latest in this growing field, its carbon frame offering both distinct looks and a light ride weight. Read more
It can be tough to find space for your own boat if you live in an urban area, and not everyone is able to hitch up a trailer whenever the urge strikes them. GoBoat aims to solve these problems with a stable fishing boat that collapses to save space. Read more
Dutch stylist Helly Scholten is interested in living sustainably so when the chance came to move into an experimental sustainable house designed by Rotterdam University, she jumped at it. The house is, essentially, an oversized greenhouse that aims to explore sustainable methods of living. Read more
The sea urchin's mouth has inspired a UC San Diego to create a claw-like manipulator for collecting soil samples by robotic rovers exploring other planets.​Read more
After a long gestation period in faceless bubbles, Google has decided it's time to integrate its sensors and software into passenger cars. It turns out those cars will be hybrid Chrysler Pacificas, which will be specially built to house the hardware required for safe autonomous driving. Read more
With a view to bringing bespoke rides to more surfers, Australian researchers are 3D printing fins that can be tailored to individuals and their local waves. Read more
​Volkswagen has swept past Renault, Seat and Honda in the race for Nürburgring bragging rights, having lopped 1.42 seconds off the existing front-drive production Nordschleife record in a Golf GTI Clubsport S. Read more
Odyssey Trikes' Mark 5 Super claims a range of 300 miles (480 km) on a single charge, while also boasting a top speed of 60 mph (96 km/h). Read more
The all-new Wheelhome Vikenze II strips camping down to the most singular form, offering seriously space-efficient accommodations for you, and you alone.Read more
We’ve seen drugs capable of turning white fat-storing tissue into brown, fat-burning tissue, but a new nanoparticle delivery system could significantly improve how such treatments are delivered, avoiding unwanted side effects often associated with such therapy. Read more
The Wine Squirrel decanter is designed with an inflatable sealing mechanism that helps to maintain taste and eliminate wasted wine. Read more
A project taking place at the University of Pennsylvania is looking to revolutionize how CT scans of large animals are taken, using two robotic arms that move around the horse while it’s upright and conscious. Read more
Chemists at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) have just engineered a substance that thickens when stretched. It could lead to better bullet-proof materials or improved running shoes. Read more
Whereas the Milky Way contains anywhere from 100 to 400 billion stars, our home planet may host as many as one trillion species – the vast majority of which are microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi. What's more amazing is that we've discovered only a thousandth of a percent of them all. Read more
It’s been a couple of years since we first tried out the 3Doodler – a pen that lets you draw in three dimensions using molten plastic. Now the company is back with its latest offering – the 3Doodler Create, bringing improved reliability and some cool new design elements. Read more
Trying to find a comfortable position in which to sleep when on a plane can be an exercise in futility. You could try folding your arms and resting on a tray table, but a lack of space may keep you awake. The inflatable Woollip travel pillow breathes new life into these age-old problems. Read more
The laptops, mobile devices and takeaway coffees that students take to class today, though, take up a little more space than lecture chair arms can typically accommodate. Desk Buddy provides a little more real estate to work on. Read more
When your Wi-Fi stops working, you can usually plan on spending the next five minutes restaring your broadband modem, router and/or access point and hoping that does the trick. ResetPlug is designed to prevent this irritating procedure by automatically hitting the power reset button for you. Read more
Drawing in visitors from all around the world, Japan's Mt Fuji is an eye-catching enough sight on its own. Add a fleet of LED-equipped drones dancing to traditional Japanese music in the foreground, and you've got yourself an enchanting blend of the old and the new.Read more
​When you're going out on a recreational bike ride, you don't want to lug a big ol' U-lock along with you. That's where the Hiplok FLX comes in. It's a compact cable lock that doubles as a wearable tail light.​ Read more
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