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SpaceX: First Commercial Space Flight Takes Off


Our hopes and dreams of colonizing space may be just a little bit closer now with news of the first commercial flight into space.

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GOgroove SMARTmini BT ADVANCED Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter


If you’re in need of a hands-free kit when you’re in the car, then the SMARTmini Bluetooth FM transmitter is a great, low-cost option. Not only does it work smoothly with a variety of smartphones and is extremely portable, but right now you can also buy it for almost 50% off of retail price.

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Daily Deal: $50 off Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Android Tablet


Been pondering whether to get one of Samsung’s new Galaxy tablets? Now may be a good time, because the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 is now for sale on Amazon for just $248.

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Modbook Pro: The $3500 Pen-based OS X Tablet that ships in November


Since its announcement, there have been rumors of a new ModBook hitting the market, and today, after a years’ worth of hushed up speculation, the ModBook Pro is available for sale.

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mRobo Dancing Robot Looks Innocent Now, But in 2020?


The robot, which is mainly white in color, starts off looking like an average inanimate speaker until it catches you off guard and begins transforming into a fully-fledged humanoid. The Michael Jackson wannabe then starts grooving its body parts to the music as it plays sound through its rumbling stomach.

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Infrared Wireless Capable of Delivering 1Gbps Data Transfer Rates


1Gbps; that is the data transfer speed Researchers at Fraunhofer say they are capable of achieving by using a new infrared wireless communication module. It sounds a bit far-fetched, especially when infrared was mainly regarded as an ineffective data transfer method back when Bluetooth and wireless came into play. But Fraunhofer researchers believe they can transfer data 46 times faster than Wifi and an outstanding 1,430 times faster than Bluetooth.

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Live TV for UK: FilmOnX for Android


If you’re in the UK and are looking for an all-in-one freeview experience for your Android, FilmOnX provides all the popular channels straight to your device with no sign-up fees and no other equipment. There are premium options to unlock more channels, but the bulk of the TV features are offered for free.

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Upgrade Corner: Five 128GB SSD Drives Priced at Under $100


We’re throwing you a whole load more SSD deals today because we want anyone who hasn’t experienced the blazing speed of an SSD-driven computer, to have absolutely no reason to upgrade.  SSD drives are probably the most affordable way to upgrade your old notebook while increasing it’s speed. You’ll be able to bag yourself  an ADATA 128GB 2.5” SATA III ...

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Future Batteries to Run on Sugar


Most kids these days use sugar as a source of super-efficient fuel, over-clocking their supercharged bodies into a short burst of uncontrollable hyperactive brain power. It doesn't last long, but whilst it’s there, the kids feel almost impenetrable.

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The James Bond 007 iPhone 5 Case


A new product by a start-up business on Indigogo is reshaping the way cases interact with our smart phones. This case isn't just about protecting your iPhone; it’s also about turning it into something that makes the extra thickness do more than just add an extra layer of padding.

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Game Review: Swing Shot


Com2us is one of my favorite developers, simply because they have a keen ability to create innovative new games for the Android platform, and Swing Shot is a clear example of their talent. This review is for the Android version, but there is an iOS version available as well. Gameplay and Controls Swing Shot starts us off with a slightly ...

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Game Review: Prince of Persia Classic on Android


The Classic 1989 2D sidescroller Prince of Persia has been remade and re-skinned by the folks at Ubisoft , the game is absolutely stunning on an Android device.

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Daily Deal: Pyro 120GB Solid State Drive for Under $75


The trade space for SSD’s is becoming a tight competition, and we’re seeing price drops and sales all over the place as a result. Hopefully in the next few years we’ll see prices for Solid state drives going for around the same price as hard disc drives are selling for today. But for now, this is one of the best deals you’re going to find on the net.

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Flying Robots Play Catch


A group of Swiss researchers have created a new video putting their high-tech quadrocopter’s flying efficiency to the test. The three flying robots fly back and forth in recognition with each other, whilst each being attached to a three sided net. The intuitive copters can catch incoming balls by flying in formation to move the net accordingly. Once the ball is in the net, they are then also able to launch it upwards by quickly stretching out the net.

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Daily Deal: Save up to 80% on Class 10 Micro SD Cards


Previously, a high speed micro SD card would put you back up to $150, and with a technology that can house up to 32GB in a space of 15 by 11 mm, and a width of just a millimeter, it’s always been understandable why these products might cost so much. But today you’ll be able to get yourself a Class ...

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