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Krossblade's SkyCruiser can't decide if it's an airplane, quadcopter, or car


Can’t decide if you want an airplane, a helicopter, or a flying car? Then why not all three at once? Arizona-based start-up Krossblade seems to think the same way with its SkyCruiser concept – an electric hybrid aircraft that not only switches between being an airplane and a quadcopter, but can be driven on the road as well...

Converting skin cells directly into brain cells advances fight against Huntington's disease


Few diseases are as terrifying as Huntington's, an inherited genetic disorder that gradually saps away at sufferers' muscle control and cognitive capacity until they die (usually some 20 or so years after initial symptoms).

Hyundai Genesis gets a 600 hp makeover


Chicago-based customization firm Toca has revealed a twin-turbo, 600 hp performance version of Hyundai's Genesis sedan dubbed "Steel Phoenix" ahead of SEMA in Las Vegas next month.

From aerobatics to F1 cars: Inside Red Bull's Hangar-7 museum


Gizmag recently took the opportunity to tour the Hangar-7 Museum in Red Bull's hometown of Salzburg, Austria.

Science Museum exhibit explores the Information Age


If the 19th and 20th centuries were the Transportation Age, then the 21st century is the Information Age.

Dexmo exoskeleton-for-the-hand gives computer interfacing the finger(s)


What happens when you're immersed in a virtual world – such as a game – and you want to use your real-world fingers to control your virtual fingers in that world?

LittleBig Bike grows with your child, and gains pedals along the way


It's one of those "givens" of raising a child – as they get older, you have to get them bigger and more advanced bicycles.

Nexus 6 vs. iPhone 6 Plus


The Motorola/Google Nexus 6 is just one of several huge phones that could be worth a look this holiday season.

Tuned Toyota Supra dragster hits 240 mph in 6 seconds, sets world record


The Toyota Supra was no slouch in its time, but a newly-built drag racing version of the car has been taken to a new extreme.

CERN needs your help identifying mysterious photos


CERN is currently digitizing over 50 years worth of its old black and white photographs to make them searchable via the Cern Document Server.

Facebook offers a modern take on the internet forum with Rooms


In one form or another, Facebook has been bringing existing social groups together online for over 10 years, and has so far shied away from user anonymity.

ilumi LED Smartbulb: The World's Smartest Light


Smartbulbs have improved a lot in the past couple of years, partly thanks to LED technology, and it is now a must-have upgrade for any tech-savvy home.

Ground tests complete as world's fastest flying motorcycle seeks racing competition


At the intersection of the motorcycle and the gyrocopter lives the flying motorcycle – combining the easy, cheap and safe flying abilities of the gyro with the loose road registration requirements of the motorbike.

iPad Air 2 vs. Microsoft Surface Pro 3


The iPad Air 2 is the best iPad yet (as the latest iPad always should be), but how does it compare to one of the leading laptop/tablet hybrids?

Xenex updates protocols for germ-zapping robots in response to Ebola threat


Dealing with highly infectious diseases like Ebola is often like a logic problem. Disinfecting rooms is hard enough, but what about protective suits?

Ear-IT project: How listening to the sounds of a city could make for smarter living


As the Internet of Things starts to take hold, we're seeing the emergence of gadgets equipped with all kinds of sensors to improve the world around us, from energy-saving climate control systems to smart locks for the front door.

Cell transplant enables paralyzed man to walk again


In 2010, Darek Fidyka was paralyzed from the chest down as a result of a knife attack that left an 8 mm gap in his spinal column.

Sweat-analyzing skin patch could replace blood sampling


Nobody likes having blood samples drawn. What's more, such samples typically have to be analyzed in a lab before they're able to tell us anything.

A sound technique for detecting knee osteoarthritis


Whether from a personal trainer, doctor, or purveyor of miracle-berries you met at the local farmer's market, you've probably heard the phrase, "listen to your body." UK researchers have developed a new technique for detecting knee arthritis that takes this idea literally, using sound waves to reveal the health of a person's knee.

Large 3D nanostructures built from Lego-like DNA bricks


The very same building blocks that make us have been successfully programmed to form 32 differently-shaped crystal structures.


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