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Jimmy Lin reveals 7-inch iPad 2 “prototype”

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By now, most of us may have caught a glimpse of Taiwanese pop-star Jimmy Lin holding an iPad in one hand, and what appears to be a 7-inch iPad prototype in the other. As convincing as this "prototype" appears, I have serious doubts. It's nothing more than a Chinese knock-off, the W11, who seem to refer to their product as the W11 iPad. This post translated from a blog in China on Oct. 5 talks about the product's head start in production before the "legendary 7-inch iPad 2."

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New hydrogen technology shrouded in mist of secrecy

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Energy Technologies CZ a.s., small, independent research and development company in the Czech Republic announced a breakthrough in hydrogen fuel generation. According to a company press release, they've found a way to produce hydrogen fuel from water "cheaper" than any fossil fuels we use today; 790% cheaper than the current cost of gasoline or diesel in the U.S., and 1400% cheaper than in the Czech Republic.

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The Vostok Cabin

Vostok Cabin by Atelier Van Lieshout

Atelier van Lieshout (literally "workshop of Lieshout"), the same highly disturbed Dutchmen who gave the world SlaveCity, the Wombhouse, and mounted a 57mm Canon on the company car, have finished their newest project: The Vostok Cabin.

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The sweet taste of vision for the blind

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Four years ago, the University of Montreal made ABC headlines while testing the “BrainPort vision” device. In the study, a blind volunteer strapped what appeared to be a webcam mounted on safety glasses to his forehead and slipped a small electrical grid on a wide, flat orange tether into his ...

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Volt: A Chevy facade

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What ever happened to the maximum range of 80–100 miles (130-160 kms) per charge on GM's EV1 in the mid 90s? I mean, that was the 90s. There's no way technology has gotten 65 per cent worse over the last 15 years. Come to think of it, wasn't that right about the same time Microsoft decided they should add internet capabilities to their products?

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