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Word's been floating around the blogosphere lately that in Brazil, you're probably not going to be buying yourself a PS4 unless you're fabulously wealthy. For some odd reason, although Sony's console only costs about $400 here, it's retailing for almost two grand there. Wait, what?
Nothing beats a good Halloween party. Any excuse to drink and be merry is a good one, particularly if one has the opportunity to show off your costume. 'Course, the best parties always have a little something to do: here's a few deliciously eerie games to keep everyone occupied at your own party.
by Must Love Gadgets
The market for home and small business 3D printers has grown tremendously in the last few years and their prices have come down as low as $400 to $500. Now, two brothers with extensive backgrounds in engineering and plastics extruding, Carl and Brian Douglass, have created improvements for these printers: printheads that will empower them with even greater capability. Dglass3D - D3D, for short.
by Tech Light
Not everyone is fortunate enough to live somewhere you aren't likely to have a gun turned on you just for walking down the street, and a lot of folks are soldiers - a dangerous line of work. Robotena exists for just those people: a robot designed to safely cart wounded people out of warzones.
by Tech Light
Well, folks, it's finally happened. There's an open-source robot on the way. An organization known as Unbounded Robotics yesterday announced the UBR-1; a semi-autonomous, one-armed robot which it claims is perfect for a wide range of industrial, business, and office applications.
The team at Google's Quantum AI Lab have recently done something rather exciting with the immensely popular block building video game Minecraft: they've added quantum physics. qCraft, as it's called, is a mod that adds blocks which exhibit a number of theories present in current-day quantum physics.
by T Goodman
When the news first leaked about Google Glass a few years ago, it was pretty hard to imagine that such a device would turn out to be more than an entertaining gadget. But now that Google Glass is being tested by prospective users, medical professionals are taking the device very seriously and, if you become a patient needing heavy-duty medical care, you will be taking it seriously too.
There's something invigorating about fear, and there's no better occasion than Halloween. To that end, I've always found horror-themed video games to be scariest; you're naturally more immersed. Why not try one? Submitted for your pleasure, here's a few horror games guaranteed to scare you witless.
by Tech Light
Nvidia came forward with an exciting announcement earlier today; news which should have gamers everywhere jumping for joy: the graphics card manufacturer has, in essence, eliminated screen tearing from gaming altogether. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce you to Nvidia G-Sync.
by Invention Ideas
The judges have selected their favorite innovations from each of the 20 participating nations shooting for the James Dyson Award, and as brilliant as all of the finalists are, I challenged myself to pick out the five new goodies that truly deserve the grand prize: