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The 'Captain America' chopper ridden by Peter Fonda in Easy Rider is expected to become th...

The Stars-and-Stripes-adorned "Captain America" chopper ridden by Peter Fonda in the classic American road movie Easy Rider will cross the block on October 17 and is expected to become the world’s most valuable motorcycle if its auction estimate of US$1,000,000 to US$1,200,000 is met.  Read More

The 121-hp Can-Am Maverick X ds Turbo

Can-Am has launched what it's calling the market's first factory turbocharged side-by-side. The forced air on the mid-mounted Rotax V-Twin of the company's latest Maverick side-by-side lets the off-roader put more power and torque to work on dirt and sand, while a revised frame and suspension ensure stable, nimble riding follows from that boosted power.  Read More

Gizmag's detailed analysis of the world's most desirable and valuable motorcycle marques i...

Our analysis of the top 100 motorcycles ever sold at auction has yielded a goldmine of previously unavailable information such as the most sought after vintages and engine configurations, where the top bikes are sold, who sells them, and the most valuable and collectible motorcycle marques.  Read More

The Leaning House, by South Korean architecture firm Praud (Photo: Kyungsub Shin)

Architecture firm Praud decided upon an interesting approach when commissioned to build a home near Seoul, South Korea. To ensure its clients could enjoy a choice views of a nearby lake and catch all available southern sunlight despite the hilly landscape, the firm tilted a section of the home upwards – thus inspiring the name Leaning House.  Read More

A team of Chinese designers has developed the Air umbrella with the aim of making tangles ...

People certainly haven't been afraid to try and reinvent the umbrella over the years. There was the solar-powered Booster Brolly, the windproof Rainshader and the lopsided Rain Shield, just to name a few. But now a team of Chinese designers is looking to do away with the awkward metal poles and canopy entirely, relying instead on a "force field" of air to keep you nice and dry.  Read More

It may look like a flying manta ray, but this is actually the University of Sheffield's la...

Back in April, we first heard about a 3D-printed UAV airframe that could be fabricated within 24 hours. Created by a Boeing-assisted team at the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, it was a gliding prototype that would require the addition of a motor and an external propeller for powered flight. Its recently-announced successor, however, features integrated electric ducted fan motors.  Read More

The Soundbox Desk and accompanying chair is crafted from acacia wood, copper and steel

If you like your audio equipment with a vintage feel, there's a whole host of devices blending new technologies with an old-school aesthetic. Then again, if you're going to cast your mind back, while not go all the way back? Herein lies the thinking behind Korean metal art and design student Jina U's Soundbox Desk, a unique design that uses a phonograph-style horn to amplify the audio from your smart phone, without the need for electricity.  Read More

Artist's concept of HMS Forth, which is now under construction

BAE Systems has begun construction of the first of the Royal Navy’s three new River class Batch 3 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV). During a ceremony at BAE Systems Surface Ships’ Govan facility in Glasgow, Bernard Gray, the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) Chief of Defence Material, activated a plasma cutting machine, which sliced through first plate of steel for HMS Forth. The ship will be the first in the Royal Navy to incorporate the state-of-the-art Shared Infrastructure operating system in its construction.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro (left) and Apple MacBook P...

Lenovo is at it again, releasing a third-generation Yoga Pro laptop/tablet hybrid. Let's plop down the Yoga 3 Pro next to the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, to see how their features and specs compare.  Read More

Cambodia's Sleuk Rith Institute will be Hadid's  first large-scale wooden project (Image: ...

Zaha Hadid is best known for producing flowing structures made from modern materials like concrete, but the Iraqi-British architect has unveiled her first large-scale wooden project. If the end result lives up to the promise shown by the early renders Hadid's office has made available to the press, Cambodia's Sleuk Rith Institute may well end up being rated amongst the architect's finest work to date.  Read More

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