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Peugeot returns to Dakar with sinister 2008 DKR


After a record-breaking performance in the 208 T16 at last year's Pikes Peak Hill Climb, Peugeot announced a few weeks back that it would again team with Red Bull and Total, this time with its sights on next year's Dakar Rally.

LADEE probe hits the Moon at 3,600 mph


In space, no one can hear you hit the Moon at near-hypersonic speed. Today, NASA's Ames Research Center announced that the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) made a controlled impact on the far side of the Moon some time between 9:30 and 10:30 pm PDT on Thursday, bringing to an end its mission to study the lunar atmosphere...

Baobed treehouse lets you sleep in the trees or on the ground


We've seen many structures that offer shelter while hanging from tree branches over the years, but the Baobed treehouse adds some extra versatility to the equation.

Fourth time lucky for SpaceX's CRS-3 Dragon launch


It took four tries, but SpaceX’s CRS-3 mission is on its way to the International Space Station (ISS).

NASA's Cassini spacecraft captures the birth of a new Saturnian moon


Images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft taken Apr. 15 hint at the formation of a new Saturnian moon. The icy object, believed to be only half a mile in diameter, recently formed in Saturn's outer rings and has been given the provisional name, Peggy...

Smarcos project aims to make internet-connected devices smarter


The Smart Composite Human-Computer Interfaces (Smarcos) project is developing a system that will allow the rising number of internet-connected devices to observe and predict consumers' actions in real time, so they can intelligently coordinate their efforts and bring up relevant information whenever needed, with the least amount of human intervention...

Google Street View tech can solve CAPTCHA puzzles


Do you get frustrated filling out those online forms with jumbled letters to prove that you're human, only to get them wrong?

Open-source "intelligent" beehives developed to tackle Colony Collapse Disorder


Bee colonies are in decline worldwide. As Gizmag reported previously, this is a growing problem, and a number of theories and solutions are being explored.

Benelli’s 300cc BN302: Italian motorcycling for beginners


Benelli has rolled out the welcome mat to new riders with the release of its BN302 twin cylinder, 300cc nakedbike.

Boeing's Phantom Badger packs a lot of combat vehicle into a small package


The US military fields some pretty impressive vehicles, but they aren't worth much if they don’t fit on the aircraft intended to transport them.

Review: Samsung Galaxy S5


Sometime within the last couple of years, smartphones hit a wall. Make no mistake, they're still improving.

Google Camera app simulates lens blur on camera phones


Google’s new camera app for Android aims to address one of the greatest advantages that big-sensor, big-pricetag DSLR cameras have over phone cameras – the ability to blur out the background and achieve a bokeh effect.

Brooks-Range replaces tent poles with internal cords to save weight


Tent poles have to be one of the most hated types of sports equipment in the world. They represent the long, difficult process of setting that huge, overly complex base camp tent up at quarter to midnight.

In pictures: 41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show 2014


Held at the end of March each year, the annual Tokyo Motorcycle show is a "hands on handlebars and bums on saddles" kind of event which, as well as being a world showcase for the latest innovations from local manufacturers, aims to function as a shop window and proving ground for the millions of motorcyclists in Japan.

Kepler discovers most potentially habitable planet yet


The search for extraterrestrial life zeroed in a bit today as NASA announced that its unmanned Kepler Space Telescope detected the most Earth-like planet yet found beyond the Solar System.

Mazda unveils its MX-5 Miata 25th Anniversary Edition


In February 1989, Mazda introduced what would become the best-selling two-seater sports car of all time – the MX-5 Miata.

High-performing surgical adhesive utilizes nanoparticles


In the ongoing quest to develop better ways of sealing wounds within the body, scientists have created surgical adhesives inspired by porcupine quills, mussels and slugs.

Sentinel-1A satellite returns first shots of Earth


ESA's Sentinel-1A satellite has returned its first images of Earth from space in its second week of achieving orbit.

The Cesium 133 atomic wristwatch heads to Kickstarter


There are plenty of atomic watches available that can keep time accurately by receiving a radio signal from an atomic clock, but there hasn't ever been a true atomic wristwatch which boasts its own atomic clock.

Sony teases upcoming PS4 software update with new video editor and pre-loading


Sony has provided some details of what to expect from its upcoming PlayStation 4 software update. The company has reportedly taken user feedback into account and is planning two significant upgrades for the v1.7 update – the ability to pre-load games and some significant improvements to its Share service.


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