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WowWee showed off its upcoming Rev and MiPosaur toys at the 2015 Toy Fair in London (Photo...

Hi-tech toy firm WowWee showcased a couple of its upcoming offerings at the London Toy Fair last week. Its REV cars allow users to battle each other in either single- or multi-player modes. The MiPosaur, meanwhile, is a robotic dinosaur that responds to gestures.  Read More

The Duet combines Android and Windows systems with an Intel Edison mini-computer, allowing...

We’ve seen a number of smart tables from Ideum before, but the Duet brings something a little new, integrating both Windows 8 and Android computers into a single unit. The company has designed it to be easy to switch between the two operating systems, and the hardware itself is a rugged, multitouch affair.  Read More

kraftwerk runs on gas and promises to recharge an iPhone up to 11 times before needing a r...

Battery packs like the iCruiser are handy for recharging mobile devices off-the-grid, but they soon run out of juice, which isn't ideal if you'll be away from mains power for an extended period of time. You could go solar with a device like the Waka Waka, but then there's the worry of getting enough rays. Another option may be on the way in the form of kraftwerk: a prototype fuel cell power pack for USB-powered devices that runs from gas canisters and promises to charge an iPhone up to 11 times before needing a refill.  Read More

BroadLink's S1 promises to make smart home features affordable

The prices of smart home devices are slowly reaching a point where they're affordable, but BroadLink is aiming to bring said functions to users at a price that is truly within the comfort zone of the masses. Its DIY smart home kit, called SmartONE (S1), is available for less than US$50.  Read More

The Milestone Prizes are designed to give teams a helping hand on their journey to the Moo...

Back in December, we learned that the final deadline for the prestigious Lunar XPrize had been pushed back to 2016, giving the teams a little more time to perfect their creations. We also heard that up to US$6 million in funding would be awarded to the most promising teams. The results are now in and the front runners are beginning to emerge.  Read More

The NHL is promising 'never-before-seen perspectives of the game' in its use of the GoPro ...

As wearable cameras get smaller, lighter and more powerful, so their potential increases, and the new deal that GoPro has inked with the National Hockey League is proof of that. Some of the players in last weekend's 2015 All-Stars Skills Competition and 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game were kitted out with head-mounted GoPro cameras to capture all the action as it happened and give viewers a unique angle on the play.  Read More

The PlayBox is a Playstation 4 and Xbox One hybrid laptop created by modder Edward Zarick ...

If you've been agonizing about whether to get a Playstation 4 or an Xbox One, there may now a third way. A modder by the name of Edward Zarick has crammed both consoles into one portable machine. The PlayBox is the laptop of every gamer's dreams.  Read More

The Lampuga is a design of Hamburg-based Sashay GmbH (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Once the domain of a select few products like the Powerski Jetboard, the powered surfboard market has really grown over the past year. During that time, we've seen the underwhelming Waterwolf, the promising, multi-personality Aquila, and the Radinn surfboards. The German-designed Lampuga joins the crowd, bringing with it speeds up to 34 mph (55 km/h) and claims of being the world's fastest e-surfboard.  Read More

The Sky Garden is a public space at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street (Photo: Stu Robarts/Giz...

Earlier this month, the Sky Garden opened at London's 20 Fenchurch Street. The attraction is touted as London's "highest public garden" and spans the top three floors in the building. Gizmag went along to have a look.  Read More

Artist's concept of the Aragoscope deployed

The Hubble space telescope has given us decades of incredible images, but it's reaching the end of its service life and the question is, what will come after? One possibility is the Aragoscope from the University of Colorado Boulder, which uses a gigantic orbital disk instead of a mirror to produce images 1,000 times sharper than the Hubble's best efforts.  Read More

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