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The Antelope suit boosts muscle activity while you exercise

A new wearable suit called the Antelope uses muscle-targeting electrodes to increase the intensity of your gym workouts and other types of exercise. Wearable Life Science, the German startup behind the suit, says 20 minutes of exercise using the suit could be as effective and beneficial as three hours of activity without it.  Read More

Elevate makes it possible to use any existing desktop or table surface as a standing desk ...

There's now plenty of evidence that sitting for long periods increases mortality risk So if you spend your days at a sedentary desk job, the Elevate standing desk might interest you. It combines ergonomics with a sleek, elegant design at a price that won't break the bank.  Read More

Vimal Patel has shared his Lego extruder design on Redbrickable

Given some biodegradable 3D printing filament and tasked with doing something creative with it, Vimal Patel built an extruder using Lego, attached it to a rather ordinary hot glue gun and ended up with a pretty funky 3D printing pen – a DIY 3Doodler if you will.  Read More

The all-new Koenigsegg Regera debuts at the Geneva Motor Show (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag.co...

Don't call it a hybrid. Christian von Koenigsegg doesn't like the term or the compromises he feels it implies. So although his all-new 1,500-hp (1.11 MW) supercar is the absolute top dog in the growing market of hyper-hybrids, he refuses to refer to it as such. When your car routes 1,100 hp and 738 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of V8 muscle through a 700-hp electric drive (there is no gearbox), you can pretty much call your car whatever the heck you want. Koenigsegg calls it the Regera and positions it as the absolute king of the road. We call it the most insane piece of supercar engineering we've ever covered.  Read More

A shortlist of four designs has been chosen for the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge that will ...

The finalists have been announced in a competition to design a new pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Thames in London. The contest, which Gizmag featured last month, received 74 entries ranging from the understated to the absurd. Those concepts have now been whittled down to a shortlist of four.  Read More

The JIVR Bike has a proprietary sealed drivetrain

Folding electric bicycles are becoming increasingly popular, although the presence of a chain (or an external belt drive) can complicate the folding procedure. Additionally, chains can transfer grime onto users' pants. That's why British start-up JAM Vehicles created the JIVR Bike. It has a chainless sealed drivetrain, along with some other interesting features.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy S6 (left), Galaxy S6 edge (mi...

If you're on the fence between buying a "regular" (but still pretty big) smartphone and a supersized smartphone (aka phablet), then the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note 4 might be on your radar. Let's compare the three phones' features and specs.  Read More

Polish architectural studio Reform has plans to construct a dramatic mirrored home in the ...

Polish architectural studio, Reform has plans to construct a dramatic mirrored home in the middle of a forest landscape. Dubbed Izabelin House, the home's exterior design heavily features a mirrored facade which clads most of the lower level, giving the illusion that the upper half of the home is floating in mid air above the forest bed.  Read More

Various streaming video options mean it is now viable to cut the cable TV cord  (Photo: Sh...

Have you wanted to get rid of your cable or satellite company and cut the cord for good, but aren't sure where to begin? Here's a look at some of the devices and streaming services that let you watch your favorite movies and programs when you want, and where you want.  Read More

A cafe in Buffalo has a masonry heater with a horizontal flue that heats the building and ...

A café in upstate New York has an innovative means of keeping its customers cozy. It features a masonry heater with a flue that runs horizontally and doubles as a bench. The building can apparently be heated for 24 hours following a single, hour-long burn.  Read More

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