Real-Life Death Ray Built by Teenager

Tuesday, February 15, 2011



If you happen to have a fiberglass satelite dish and 5800 mirrors you can build your own deathray just like Eric Jacqmain, a 19-year-old from Indiana.His death ray that can turn a woodden log on fire instantly, not talkig about cutting alluminum cans like butter or melting the concrete.
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Microsoft Surface 2(video)

Sunday, February 13, 2011


A few years back Microsoft launched into a new innovative area of PC computing when it introduced the Microsoft Surface.  It was basically a table with an ultra-cool touch screen built in.  People could then be sitting around a table interacting with this computer making the whole experience enjoyable and intuitive.  Now Microsoft has released the Microsoft Surface 2 taking the concept to a whole new level!
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Kinect hack makes you the Man of Steel(video)

Saturday, February 12, 2011


Every comic book fan has pretended to be Superman at one point or another, but students at the University of Amsterdam have taken the fantasy one step further with a first-person simulator that makes you feel like the Man of Steel.
READ MORE - Kinect hack makes you the Man of Steel(video)

New OLED display

Thursday, February 10, 2011


One of the main advantages of OLED is that it can be flexible—so flexible, in fact, that it can be wrapped around a pencil. Taking 2007’s .3mm prototype Sony’s made a new one just 80μm-thick.
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XIM3 brings mouse & keyboard controls to the Xbox 360(video)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Playing FPS games on a console for a hardcore PC gamer like me, allways felt like it would be so much better with a keyboard and mouse. XIM3 decided to change this for Xbox 360 gamer by releasing their adaptor.
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BioLite Camp Stove Burns Clean, Charges Gadgets

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Over 3 billion people use solid fuel (like wood) for cooking. This is not ideal, since the toxic smoke from indoor cooking fires kills 1.6 million people per year while wafting up into the atmosphere where it does all kinds of other bad stuff (in total, it’s about 50% of the nastiness of CO2 when it comes to climate change).
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Closing the gap? Google finally unveils Honeycomb tablet software it hopes will take on the iPad(video)

Monday, February 7, 2011



Google has launched an operating system it hopes will break into the tablet computer market dominated by Apple.
The company showcased the first version of its Android software specifically designed to run on tablets yesterday.
Honeycomb has greater computing horsepower than in previous incarnations, allowing for a sleeker and theoretically faster interface with built-in video conferencing.
READ MORE - Closing the gap? Google finally unveils Honeycomb tablet software it hopes will take on the iPad(video)

No new posts for the weekend.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Sorry my followers, but i'll be gone for the weekend so i can't update my blog, don't panic i'll be back soon i proomise :D.
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Electrical device plugs directly into trees for power.


In today's world of high-tech portable gadgets, iPods and cell phones, we've become dependent upon readily accessible electric outlets to power our devices and charge our batteries. But now researchers at the University of Washingtonhave discovered nature's alternative to the power outlet: living trees.
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Dominoes fall via wireless tech(Video)

Thursday, February 3, 2011



Probably most of us love the look of falling dominoes. But these new hi-tech wireless dominoes take it to the whole new level.
They interact with each other using wireless technology and can topple each other without even touching.
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Aquarium Media Center PC

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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This is probably one of the best looking case mods i have ever seen.
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How Did the Duck Hunt Gun Work?



If you’re a geek of a certain age, a good portion of your childhood probably revolved around
sitting too close to the TV, clutching a plastic safety cone-colored hand gun and blasting
waterfowl out of a pixilated sky in Duck Hunt (also, trying to blow that dog’s head off when he
laughed at you). The Duck Hunt gun, officially called the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Zapper, seems downright primitive next to the Nintendo’s Wii and Microsoft’s Kinect, but in
the late 80s, it filled plenty of young heads with wonder. How did that thing work?
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How much does a mistake cost? For Intel, $1 billion

INTEL says it has found a design flaw in one of its recently released computer chips and is working with laptop makers to replace affected computers.
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Water powered jetpack finally goes on sale on March 2011(Video).

Saturday, January 29, 2011

The JetLev jetpack consists of a lightweight fiberglass backpack connected to a hose that sucks up water. By separating the engine and its fuel from the backpack, Li was able to drastically reduce the backpack’s weight and therefore the amount of thrust needed to get airborne. The device’s thrust-to-weight ratio is three times better than that of a fighter jet, according to New Scientist
READ MORE - Water powered jetpack finally goes on sale on March 2011(Video).

the beginning

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog. I'll be posting what i think is interesting and usefull in life i hope you will like this too.
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