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BMW predicts intriguing future with Vision Future Luxury concept


Presented at this week's Beijing Auto Show, the all-new BMW Vision Future Luxury focuses in on the future of luxury motoring.

Remote-controlled MiniBrake helps bring your child's bike to a halt


A team of Hungarian inventors is looking to help ease the stress of raising would-be Evil Knievels by developing a remote controlled bicycle brake.

Punching mantis shrimp inspires super-tough composites


A new lightweight, super strong material has been discovered thanks to one of nature’s most violent sociopaths.

CATable: A cry for help from a desperate cat owner


Another one for our Top Ten Cat Gadgets? Ruan Hao’s CATable could only be the invention of a severely Stockholm Syndrome-impaired cat owner.

Audi transforms the TT coupe into a 128-mpg plug-in off-roader


Audi appears committed to injecting the SUV segment with added sportiness, at least insofar as concept cars are concerned.

Review: Survivor + Catalyst Waterproof Case for iPhone 5


Griffin's Survivor + Catalyst is a waterproof, shockproof case for iPhone 5 that's billed as being "functional enough to use every day." So does it live up to these expectations?

"Optionally piloted" Black Hawk takes to the air


While autonomous aircraft are now a well established part of military operations, there are some areas where “pilot optional” is still very much synonymous with “cutting edge.” Case in point is Optionally Piloted Black Hawk (OPBH) Demonstrator developed by the Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.

What to expect from the Windows Phone 8.1 update


Just like Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update, its mobile OS is continuing to move forward with Windows Phone 8.1.

Crystal-forming microparticles could lead to color-changing tanks and planes


Military vehicles that change color to be dark at night, and camo-green in the daylight ... could such a thing be possible?

B612 Foundation highlights the risk of city-destroying asteroids


The California-based B612 Foundation has released a video displaying the distribution of 26 multi-kiloton asteroid impacts known to have struck the Earth since the year 2000.

Mellow brings sous-vide cooking to the home user


Many people aren't fortunate enough to have a partner both willing and able to prepare delicious meals on a regular basis.

Lytro reveals the professional-grade Illum light field camera


When Lytro announced plans for consumer-oriented light field cameras, we were instantly smitten by the idea of being able to re-focus images after taking them.

Apparatus X: An off-grid disaster relief vehicle, micro-home, and more


Inspired by a perceived lack of adequate services for victims of 2005's Hurricane Katrina, a team of engineering and architecture students at Pennsylvania State University have joined forces to create something that can help.

"Slipstream" sculpture simulates flight pattern in re-vamped Heathrow Terminal 2


Engineers have called it "the hundred-thousand-piece jigsaw," and today it was unveiled as the centerpiece of a new extension to London's Heathrow Terminal 2 building.

Gibson splices together guitar cable and recorder


Have you ever stumbled across a great-sounding riff while noodling away in the bedroom, only to find that by the time you've broken out your digital recording gear, you can't remember a note?

New OnePlus One mobile promises to topple Samsung, HTC and company


In January, it was announced that community Android version CyanogenMod would be pre-loaded on an upcoming new phone from a Chinese startup called OnePlus.

Chinese company uses 3D printing to build 10 houses in a day


This small home may look plain, but it represents a significant achievement in rapid construction. A Chinese company has demonstrated the capabilities of its giant 3D printer by manufacturing 10 houses in less than 24 hours.

UK's Design Museum announces 2014 Designs of the Year


The Design Museum in London, UK, has announced the winners of its 2014 Designs of the Year Awards. The designs are judged by a high-profile panel and are presented in seven design categories.

Lamborghini uses an intimate Manhattan event to debut its 610 hp Huracán


Last week Lamborghini’s Huracán LP 610-4, the 610 hp, all-wheel-drive successor to the outgoing Gallardo made its North American debut at a small and intimate event as part of the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) and Gizmag was there.

Name Your Own Price on $807 Worth of Mac Apps


Software bundles are a great way to save money on apps. For a limited time, Gizmag readers can name their own price on $807 worth of Mac Apps.


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