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Analog and digital worlds collide in the Fusion Guitar

One of the best sounding travel guitars we've tried is Yamaha's Silent Guitar, which offers a choice of modeled simulated tones or piezo-sourced sounds routed to headphones or an external amp.

MVRDV's Ravel Plaza will be part village green, part verdant cliffside

Amsterdam, Netherlands, is to become home to three terraced, cliff-like towers dripping with greenery.

RoBoHoN- The fully Mobile Smart Phone by SHARP

RoBoHoN is a true mobile phone, as it features the mobility and actions of a small communication robot, with the connectivity and functions of a smart phone.

Autopilot system for recreational boating responds to threats before they occur

Autopilot systems for yachts and inboard boats are a common backup that gives the captain an occasional rest.

Fast-drying toilet brush keeps your crapper looking dapper

Inventor Garry Stewart is sick of your crap. He believes it's time to ditch dripping plastic toilet brush bristles and he's invented a new weapon for taking the battle to the porcelain throne.

Universal space docking system gets an upgrade

Not being able to charge your phone because you have the wrong USB cable is one thing, but imagine showing up at a space station with the wrong docking system.

Huawei Watch vs. Moto 360 (2nd-gen): In pictures

Comparing the Huawei Watch to the Moto 360 is kinda like comparing two Windows PCs that have identical specs but different cases.

Subaru gets active and automated with new Viziv concept

Subaru has already trotted three Viziv (Vision for Innovation) designs out over the past two years – the original 2013 Viziv concept, the Viziv 2 and the Viziv GT video game race car.

Drone detection technology to watch over US airports

The Federal Aviation Administration has been vocal on the dangers of drone flight, evidenced by its painstaking approach to drafting new laws, public awareness campaigns and even a smartphone app.

NASA crowdsources spacesuit durability testing

We know from our experiences on the Moon that EVA suits undergo significant abrasion and wear over the course of a mission, and with NASA's eyes fixed firmly on a mission to Mars, the next generation of spacesuits will quite literally be thrown into the unknown.

16 cameras in one: Light promises smartphone size and DSLR image quality

Light is a new silicon valley startup that’s focused on the holy grail of photography. A camera the size of a smartphone, that takes photos the quality of a 52-megapixel DSLR, zooms optically between 35 and 150mm, shoots great images in low light, and lets you select focus and depth of field after you shoot.

Opus Moto folding camper houses your family and your bike

You want to go camping with the family, but you also want to sneak out and bike a bit of the enticing weave of scenic roads just outside camp.

DJI releases the Osmo – a hand-held stabilized 4K video camera

Although DJI is certainly best-known for its quadcopters, it also makes the well-regarded Ronin stabilizing rig for use with DSLRs and cine cameras.

NASA study suggests low-energy electrons have a big impact on pulsating auroras

NASA scientists have used a combination of satellite data and ground-based cameras to study pulsating auroras, which appear as flickering patches of bright light in the night sky.

3D-printed Adidas running shoe should fit like a glove

Custom-made sports footwear is typically the preserve of professional athletes, but perhaps not for much longer.

Finolhu Villas: Solar-powered vacations for the well-heeled

The Maldives isn't exactly lacking in novel luxury hotels, but well-heeled travelers with a view to mitigate their carbon footprint can now check into what's being promoted as the Maldives' first entirely solar-powered five star resort.

SpaceIL buys "ticket to the moon" for Google XPrize

An Israeli team has become the first to produce a "verified launch contract" as part of the Google Lunar XPRIZE.

Open Bionics adds superhero appeal to prostheses for kids

Historically, those born without a hand or have one amputated can choose prosthetic devices that focus on realism and, for a steeper price, fine motor control.

Biofuels from coffee grounds could help power London

That morning cup of joe ahead of your daily commute may end up providing more than just the refreshing boost needed to tackle the day ahead.

Unexplained ripples streaking away from neighboring star could hold clues to planet formation

Astronomers have been left puzzled after images from the ESO's Very Large Telescope in Chile revealed mysterious wave-shaped structures around a nearby star, the likes of which have never been seen before.