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Nintendo's Game Boy turns 25 today

Apr 21, 2014   //   by Admin   //   Blog sponsored by Engadget.com  //  No Comments

Now we feel really old….

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This onesie turns you into a walking WiFi hotspot

Apr 21, 2014   //   by Admin   //   Blog sponsored by Engadget.com  //  No Comments

Forget carrying a separate hotspot router to have a local network wherever you go — what if you were the hotspot? Fashion designer Borre Akkersdijk has come very, very close to making that vision a reality with his experimental BB.Suit. The…

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Americans are optimistic about technology, except drones… and robots… and…

Apr 21, 2014   //   by Admin   //   Blog sponsored by Engadget.com  //  No Comments

If you asked the average American what they think about the coming crop of technologies, you’d probably get some generic optimism. According to a recent Pew Research survey found that 59 percent of Americans expected that technology would make our…

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How a toy designer dreamed up the geek-friendly AeroPress coffee maker

Apr 21, 2014   //   by Admin   //   Blog sponsored by Engadget.com  //  No Comments

The AeroPress is a deceptively simple device — it’s basically a coffee syringe. The quick brewing coffee maker sits somewhere between an espresso machine and a French press. You pour hot water over your grounds then force the water through them with…

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Samsung opens its own Innovation Museum, we take an early tour

Apr 21, 2014   //   by Admin   //   Blog sponsored by Engadget.com  //  No Comments

Before arriving at the Samsung Innovation Museum, I had an idea of what to expect: the Korean company shoehorning itself into every technological milestone, whether it deserved to or not. Fortunately, the five-storey complex in Suwon’s Digital City…

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How would you change Blackberry's Z10?

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With the advent of touchscreen smartphones, BlackBerry lost its position as king of the mobile world. In response, the company bought QNX and hibernated, plotting a reinvention centered around BlackBerry 10. When the business emerged with the Z10,…

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The battle for exclusive games has come to smartphones

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It’s like Sega and Sony all over again. We don’t mean the hardware arms race (although that’s certainly happening), but how the smartphone world’s two top players are now fighting over the most popular games… and their sequels. Gaming is one of the…

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Behold the internet's power: Quentin Tarantino to rewrite movie ending after script leaks

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What the internet giveth, it also taketh away… and then giveth back again (sort of). Back in January, the script for Quentin Tarantino’s next film, a western called the Hateful Eight, showed up online and Defamer drew the web’s attention to its…

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Drones help find World War II's missing soldiers

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The BentProp Project has spent years finding American soldiers who went missing in the Pacific during World War II, but available technology has limited its success. Team members have frequently had to scan wide areas themselves, slowing down their…

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