Remember the last time you used a pay phone? Yeah, neither do I. And it looks as if New York City is thinking the same thing as they’re working with pay phone and broadband companies to turn those old boxes into free wireless hotspots by using “military grade” antennas to spread the┬ásignal. Currently the city […]

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“Mobility can change the world”, the phrase coined by the Tokyo Motor Show 2011, was used as inspiration by Toyota to create the Fun Vii. This concept car has pushed the boundaries of the conventional car that we know about. Read about how to “customize” your car.

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Snapkeys is a Mind-Reading Imaginary Keyboard

Snapkey’s 2i typing system is an extremely awesome and rather beautiful interface for words to flow freely from your mind into your iPad or iPhone (or Android) – if it does exist.

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Ninja moves from the sword’s point of view

How would it be to watch a swordfight from the point of view of the swords’ tip? Well, the video on this post is the closest you can get to that happening. At Swordfish 2010, a few users strapped a video camera to the tip of a sword and executed a few slick moves. The result: the video.

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Sixty Symbols is a collection of videos about physics and astronomy presented by experts from The University of Nottingham. They have tried to make complex physics based concepts simple for lay people!

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XWave head gear, coupled with the free iPhone app, displays your brain activity through graphics and even let you control them.

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Icons of the Web is a new image collage by internet security site nmap.org. With tonnes of favicons arranged in size according to the hits their respective sites receive, this is one heck of an amazing image!

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Live-Composed Music Album on a Single Microchip!

How would you like to listen to an album that keeps performing to you live? Tristan Perich’s 1-Bit Symphony is an experimental “album” that does exactly that! Each “CD” is actually a microchip that composes 1-bit tunes on the go!

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Online Identity Mozilla Concepts

Mozilla Account Manager is a new concept by Mozilla to ease management of online identity for websites in browsers. A prototype of Account Manager is available for downloads through Mozilla.

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Read about Emily Howell, a one of a kind composer who is actually a computer program.

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Read about artist Marco Fusinato for whom music can not only be heard but seen as well.

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Read the story of a man who launched Crayon Rockets into the desert sky!

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The World’s First 3D Bio-printer has been developed by Organovo and manufactured by Invetech and is ready for release. This 3D Bio-printer can be used to replicate human cells for transplant surgery and other researches. This revolutionary 3D Bio-printer will be delivered to research and medical institutions through 2010 and 2011.

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Bright Blue PSP

The Sony PSP is not only a gaming device. The Royal Navy has decided to use 230 PSPs as teaching aids for sailors at sea. These PSPs come loaded with study materials as slides with audio commentary. This is one of the more innovative uses of the PSP.

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Toogle allows you to textify images! Toogle uses Google Image search and converts the most popular result into colored text. Toogle is a quirky little web application that screams “fun!” when you use it!

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