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The Genie Smart Lock promises low power consumption with a full suite of smart lock featur...

Smart locks are becoming increasingly popular, with examples currently including the Lockitron and the Schlage Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt. Many of the devices, however, go through batteries pretty quickly. It's with this in mind that the creators of the Genie Smart Lock set out to design a device with the features of other models, but much less power drain.  Read More

Artist's impression of the ESA's Rosetta spacecraft (Image: ESA–J. Huart, 2013)

The ESA's Rosetta spacecraft is now close enough to its target, the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P), to begin to discern some of the surface features marking the face of the lonely wanderer. Taken from a distance of 3,400 miles (5,500 km), the images will provide the first detailed insight into the comet due to be visited by Rosetta's Philae lander in November 2014.  Read More

Gizmag revisits the iPad Air after nine months

With the iPad Air having been on store shelves as long as a child lives in the womb, we thought this would be a good time to take another look at Apple's premiere tablet. Though we reviewed it shortly after getting our hands on it, why not revisit the iPad Air after nine months?  Read More

A group of Australian students has set a new world speed record for an electric vehicle (P...

A group of students from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has set a new world speed record for an electric vehicle. The team's Sunswift car averaged over 100 km/h (62 mph) over a distance of 500 km (311 mi). The previous record for an electric car over the same distance was 73 km/h (45 mph).  Read More

The Leatherdos serves seven functions (such as cutting), besides holding your hair or yarm... It's a spy movie cliché. The hero takes a bobby pin from the heroine's hair, and uses it to pick the lock on their handcuffs. Well, if she were wearing the new Leatherdos multitool hair clip, he'd also be able to do things like cutting through ropes, removing screws and, uh ... unlocking a grocery cart.  Read More

This weekend saw giants walking the streets of Liverpool (Photo: Stu Robarts/Gizmag)

Liverpool, UK, has played host to some pretty big visitors in the past, but its guests this weekend were truly huge. Royal De Luxe's giant puppets roamed the city's streets, capturing imaginations and drawing huge crowds. It is the second time its Giant Spectacular has visited Liverpool.  Read More

Stephen Henderson playing a new Ruach Music Live Series cajon

The percussive sound of folks sitting atop a cajón de embalaje and banging out a rhythm has accompanied traditional music for years. Many, many years. Often called a drumkit in a box, many of today's examples come with built-in snare sounds, bass drum pedal attachments and all manner of jingle-jangle accessories, but the basic instrument remains true to its Peruvian ancestors. Teenage cajon maker Stephen Henderson has designed and built a new series of wooden boxes with a 5-way snare lock mechanism and integrated kick pedal.  Read More

Philips connected lighting system for offices using LED luminaires with additional embedde...

With corporate showmanship and architectural one-upmanship being what they are, newly-built company headquarters are often lavish affairs. The Edge in Amsterdam is no different. Not only is it good looking sustainably-designed, but its lighting does more than just brighten up a room.  Read More

The Hotel VW California comprises six VW California SE camper vans, to be installed in sel... Sounding a bit like an Eagles song gone awry, Hotel VW California is actually a marketing stunt by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and LateRooms.com that offers guests one night in a VW California SE camper van in a select UK location.  Read More

The new Aston Martin super saloon will be an extremely limited series Aston Martin has confirmed plans for an all-new super saloon that will see the revival of the historic Lagonda nameplate in a limited series.  Read More

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